Which Rotor Fits Your Needs Best?

Tuesday, April 1, 2014 by Neal O'Neal

Brake rotors only come in one shape, but there are many different options. From Original Equipment replacements to multi-piece race rotors, we have what you need to match your driving style. Take a look at different rotor styles we offer to find the one that's right for your vehicle. It's important to remember that rotors should always be installed in axle pairs to maintain the most effective brake performance.

  1. Plain  - Plain style rotors are Original Equipment replacement options for most vehicles. They're balanced to minimize vibration and meet or exceed O.E. standards.
  2. Slotted - Slotted rotors are for everyday use, as well as high performance street and track driving. These rotors have a race-ready look and match Original Equipment dimensions.
  3. Drilled - This style of rotor is a one-piece, direct replacement option that meets Original Equipment standards. They also improve wet and dry braking performance.
  4. Slotted Multi-Piece - These rotors improve heat handling and have Thermo-Graphic paint markings for heat monitoring.

Centric Plain 120 Series
Rotor

StopTech SportStop Drilled
Rotor

DBA 5000 Series T3 2-Piece
Rotor


Search by vehicle to see what application fits your needs best! Also, to learn more about about enhancing your vehicle's appearance and braking performance, read "The Finishing Touch: Brake Rotors."

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