High Performance Premium Dimpled and Slotted Rotors
Machined And Finished In Our USA Facility
All Dimpled, Drilled, and Slotted Brake Rotors are
precision-machined and finished in a U.S. facility. Every rotor is inspected using
the strictest quality control standards and checked for compliance with factory
dimensional specifications. Our rotors are manufactured from premium-quality
cast iron that meets or exceeds G3000/ISO9002,QS9000/VDA 6.1 specifications.
Each rotor is double-disc ground and machine-mill balanced for optimal
Performance Full Curve Slot Design
Each Performance Full Curve Slot is strategically machined
off the edge of the rotor to dramatically improve braking performance by up to
30% over factory stock brake rotors. this slot design removes water, dust, and
debris whilst minimizing the heating of the pad surface. Slots that are
machined in the center of the pad surface are inefficient and only collect
dust. The edges of our slots are machine-rounded to achieve maximum degassing
and dust removal.
Dimpled Drilled Holes
Each Dimpled-Drilled hole is perfectly sized to dissipate
heat without sacrificing rotor strength. Dimpled Drilled Holes move air from
the surface whilst reducing surface temperature, eliminating hot spots and
warping. Dimpled holes are ideal for customers who prefer the look of drilled
rotors but demand a structurally stronger brake rotor.
Zinc Plating In Black or Silver
Our Performance Rotors are Zinc coated in Black or Silver.
The Zinc Coating Process is an extensive hand-applied operation that is not
sprayed on like inferior coatings. Each Performance Brake Rotor is immersed in
different solution tanks throughout the coating process. The final result is a
thick protective coating that will help prevent rusting and give you a great
Guaranteed Fit And Installation
Our Performance Premium Dimpled and Slotted Brake Rotors are
machined to the same fit and dimensions as your factory brake rotors. You can
install them with no worries about factory fit or function. We recommend that
you have a certified mechanic install them for proper break-in procedure.