Teams in virtually all forms of racing spend more track time testing components and setups, while preparing the car for racing, than they do actually racing. Reliable data is difficult and very expensive to obtain. Consequently, teams do not have reliable information to determine which components would provide the best results. In some professional series, sanctioning bodies are limiting on-track testing as a means of reducing overall costs. Test days are becoming more and more expensive, so bench testing is becoming more attractive. Since 1994 Pro-System has achieved an unequaled reputation in motorsports for developing, testing and packaging the best brake systems.
Pro-System has designed and built proprietary computer-controlled brake dynamometers to evaluate brake system components by simulating actual race conditions. We have the experience to design testing programs involving, rotors, pads, calipers, upright / spindle, brake fluid, pressure seals, master cylinders, pedal systems, and wheels – indeed virtually every component in and around the brakes – these pieces can be tested as a complete system for the most accurate prediction of on-track performance. And each component can be isolated out of the system for highly specific test data.