Tech - Cross drilled & slotted brake rotors

By: Roto-tech Brake Industries  09-12-2011
Keywords: ROTORS, Cross Drilled

Our Extreme Performance Rotors provide you with maximum Stopping Power, the primary reason for Cross Drilling and Slotting is that the rotors will run 100-200 degrees cooler. This reduces warping which allows for greater braking power and in many cases longer Rotor and Pad life. The combination of Cross Drilled holes and Slots are constantly enabling the Braking surface to be cleaner thus providing improved friction bite and cleaner wheels.  

The Drilled chamfered holes provide an exit route for Gas and Dust, resulting in better Heat Dissipation. The holes are also commonly called “cooling holes” .With COOLER Running Rotors there is less Brake Fade. The holes also dissipate water away from the friction surface when driving in poor weather.   

It all totals a win, win combination of maximum stopping power with great looks particularly with today’s open patterned alloy wheels.  

Keywords: Cross Drilled, ROTORS

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