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For the strength to stop larger-than-stock wheels, give your factory disc brakes a serious shot in the arm with the Eradi Speed Plus 2 Rotors. These massive discs have big diameters to offset the additional stresses that oversized rims place on stock rotors. Even if you're cruising around on 20” wheels, you’ll be able to stop on dimes, pennies, quarters, any currency you want.
Don’t be tricked by the Eradi Speed Plus 2 Rotors’ whopping size—these discs are surprisingly light, thanks to their 2-piece design. The sturdy outer disc is a proprietary blend of iron with extra girth along the firepath for superior durability. The center hub is CNC machined from lightweight aluminum.
More than just cosmetic, the Eradi Speed Plus 2 Rotors’ slotting and cross-drilling prevent outgassing, improve wet weather handling and add an aggressive bite to your brake pedal. The curved directional vanes reduce surface temperatures and block heat buildup. Lifetime Warranty.
Reviewed by Shawn G (Coos Bay, OR) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Mustang — Sep 06, 2013 9:15 AM
Caliper extensions move caliper outward to clear 14" rotor without opening brake hydraulics or differential. This kit type with adapter is hours faster to install than other kits that use whole new axle end plates and R&R the axles. These fit behind 2010 GT500 18" wheels, will not fit with base or GT wheels.
Reviewed by MAXX I (Groveland, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford Mustang — Aug 02, 2013 4:30 AM
Eradi Speed Rotors Look Fantastic and are easy to install. The only down fall is the brake pads only contact the outside area of the rotor. Also as these are designed to upgrade using ONLY OEM factory calipers, it is a expensive ONEWAY upgrade as you CANNOT Upgrade the Calipers at a later time. Baer should offer a Caliper Bracket and Caliper to match these rotors. Not every ones budget can allow a $1000+ for a full rotor/caliper upgrade but it would be nice to do it in steps of rotors first.
Reviewed by Michael R (Cottonwood, CA) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Avalanche — Feb 22, 2011 7:30 AM
Our "02 Avalanche is used for work, with a load of parts in the back and behind the seat. Trust me when I say "This rig is heavy, and does NOT stop well." I had four brake shops look everything over, all with the same basic answer. "That is just the way Chevy's are, not much braking performance." Now that the Eradispeed rotors are in place on the front, and Baer Decelarotors in the back with DecelaPads all around I don't have to grit my teeth as well as grind my foot on the pedal to pull this beast to a stop. this is probably the best stopping Car/Truck I've ever owned, except for my "68-Z28/RS" OH! the memories!!
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Asked by Anonymous
Jan 27, 2013 8:32 PM
2005 Mitsubishi Lancer
Please advise if you have 2 piece drilled and slotted rotors to suit EVO 8MR (Jap model 2004/5). Would like slightly larger diameter rotors to fit my front Brembo's (standard equipment). I think 320 is standard size but would like 330 or 340 mm if possible.
Answered by Nathan S. — Jan 28, 2013 1:58 PM
Hi, Unfortunately, we only sell products that fit US sold vehicles.flag Accept Answer
Asked by tim k.
Jun 03, 2012 5:23 PM
2003 Chevy Tahoe
Do you make this set up for the rear???
Answered by Elizabeth C. — Jul 09, 2012 9:56 AM
Hello Tim. Sorry, but only the front rotor pair is available. Thank you for your question.flag Accept Answer