One of the areas of the Stradale that seems to have seen little attention during the modification from the 360 Modena version is cooling of the brake disk / caliper unit based on some observation in another thread that the 360 Modena has little air flow around the break in the front I looked into the Challenge and Enzo design The Challenge (same suspension design) has ducting mainly onto the break disks: - Front: an air intake (scoop) is mounted under the lower suspension arm a tube ducts the air to a box that guides it through the steering knuckle on the other side a shield directs air into the inside of the brake disk - Rear: from the lower rear air intake a tube brings the air to a box similar to the front that guides air through the knuckle and a shield on the other side guides it onto the disk The Enzo (same brakes / caliper) has significant hardware to duct air onto the break disk and in front onto the caliper - Front: an air intake is mounted under the lower suspension arm looking forward- the air is ducted through a tube in-between the suspension arms a hood on top of the caliper funnels the air onto the pads - Front: a shield is mounted facing the inside of the disk brake, i.e. the area that is not covered by the carbon friction material and is open to the channels in the disk an air intake scoop is mounted on the shield facing forward - Rear: similar to the front a shield is mounted facing the inside of the disk with an air intake difference is that it is behind the axle vs in front I assume the first thing one could do is to adapt the Enzos break caliper cooling mechanism at minimum from its basic layout it should fit I wonder if the parts are standard pieces that are available from Bremo? The rear break disk cooling of the Challenge car should work for the Stradale too again from a basic system layout The Challenge front break cooling is clearly in conflict with the Enzo caliper cooling since the tubing occupies the same space. This would require some engineering to be solved. feedback?