you realise that's absolutely impossible, right?
man oh man...it never bloody stops....how you make a living out of this shit is beyond me
you should come car racing.
It's very informative.
You'd learn some stuff.
and then, just maybe, you'd see I'm right
No. of pistons has NOTHING to do with ability to stop.
it's friction surface area / modulation control, and heat dissipation.
Multiple pistons can help spread the load across the pad, and make pad wear control improve to reduce tapering and grabbing... but it wont help the perfomance.... You need surface area and modulation to stop better.
Of course, the myth is carried on because TYPICALLY, a multi piston upgrade is also BIGGER DIAMETER discs... which is where the greater modulation comes from, which is how they stop better.
BUT, until you've driven both types on an identical chassis, I don't expect any weak minded brainwashed wannabe to understand.
a testarossa has just as many caliper pistons as a 512TR... yet, even when using the same 18" wheels, the TR will stop better than the Trossa....
FRICTION SURFACE AREA, MODULATION and HEAT DISSIPATION.......