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StopTech Drilled & Slotted Rotors - 127.44187CR

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Features:
  • Put some sport in your pedal with StopTech Drilled & Slotted Brake Rotors
  • Available in chrome stainless steel or durable black-coated aluminized steel
  • Cross-drilled holes expel gases to keep rotor surface clean, cool and dust-free
  • Signature short slots keep pad surfaces fresh for consistent performance
  • Slots and holes together extend pad & rotor life by maintaining a clean and ideal contact surface
  • Amplifies behind-the-wheel style with a custom, racy look
  • One-piece drilled rotors are a direct replacement for factory brake system and calipers
  • Perfect replacement for vehicles that came with drilled & slotted factory rotors
  • 100% machined finish, including rotor hats for better balance and finish
  • Discs are precision mill balanced to a tolerance of less than 2 oz per inch
  • Balancing ensures smooth operation and reduced vibration feedback at all speeds
  • OEM-style center-split core castings increase strength, stability and heat transfer
  • Directional vane cooling resists brake fade and aids faster thermal recovery
  • Black anti-corrosive E-Coat protects non-friction surfaces from rust
  • OE design installs easily and takes only 1-2 hours per axle
  • Cryo-treated rotors are available for certain vehicles which are heavier-duty & reduce warping
  • Your StopTech Drilled & Slotted Brake Rotors are backed by a 90-day or 3,000 mile warranty depending on which occurs first
Description:

To say that your factory rotors ‘stop short' should be a good thing. But, all they really do is stop short of performance, style and longevity. In order to really shorten your stops and boost your style stop after stop, you have to take matters into your own hands and upgrade your factory system with StopTech Drilled & Slotted Brake Rotors.

The difference between OEM rotors and StopTech drilled & slotted rotors is the cross-drilled design, directional vane cooling and advanced metallurgy. This triple dose of brake rotor performance delivers an aggressive bite that stays cool under pressure and resists fade stop after stop. Even under heavy, high-performance use, your StopTech rotors never fade. And, the behind-the-wheel style always stops the show!

StopTech's center-split core castings and precision mill balancing ensure maximum strength, stability and smooth operation. Couple that with directional vented cooling and you a get a drilled & slotted rotor with the most effective heat transfer available. Plus, all non-friction surfaces get a black anti-corrosive E-Coat to stop rust. And best yet, StopTech backs your Drilled & Slotted Brake Rotors with a 90-day or 3,000 mile warranty depending on which occurs first.



Frequently Asked Questions


Will the rotors rust?
All "swept surfaces" of any steel based rotor will rust, however non friction surfaces will maintain a black coating for maximum protection against rust and corrosion. These typically will look great for years.

What's the advantage of a slotted or drilled rotor?
The basic idea is to vent gas away and renew the pad surface to prevent pad glazing which could otherwise have a negative affect on performance.

What's the warranty?
90 days from the date of purchase or for 3,000 miles of use of the product, whichever occurs first

Can I turn or resurface these rotors?
Sure, you can turn or resurface these rotors as long as they are still within their minimum thickness specification, noted on the perimeter of the rotor. We don’t recommend turning rotors unless you absolutely don’t have another choice. You lose thermal capacity making them prone to "warp" again that much sooner, plus the hassle of the labor involved to remove the rotors in the first place with no guarantees of a "fix".

Are the rotors balanced?
Yes, they are balanced to ensure smooth operation and rotation

Notes:
  • Rotors should always be replaced in pairs (one left side and one right side) for maximum safety and effectiveness. Single rotor replacement is highly discouraged.
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