Slots provide gas and water dissipation
Slots help to increase pad bite and improve air circulation
Drilled Holes and Slots create an escape route for debris, dust, gases, and water
Slots clean and de-glaze pad surface for optimum pad coefficient of friction
Drilled rotors improve the appearance of your wheels and provide reduced rotor weight
2-Piece rotors offer great weight savings and provide rapid heat dissipation compared to 1-piece rotors
Vented type of rotors offer much faster heat dissipation
Multi-piston calipers provide clamping force on both sides of the rotor at the same time and uniformly transfer braking force to the brake pads
Caliper pistons are hollow to save weight
Aluminum caliper body allows for exceptional light weight (up to 40% of weight savings) and ensures superior corrosion resistance
Caliper heat-resistant coating prevent cracking and fading
Fixed calipers create friction from the brake pads on both sides of the rotor at time interval
This Street Performance Drilled and Slotted Brake Kit provides increased levels of strong braking. The complete package includes drilled and slotted rotors, premium brake pads and calipers representing the latest racing technology. The calipers are available in various finishes to reflect your individual style. Originally used for serious competitions because of their advanced cooling capacity, drilled and slotted rotors now became popular in street applications for their pure aesthetic value. Whether you have a daily driver or something ready for the show, this Street Performance Drilled and Slotted Brake Kit is what you need to get optimized braking performance.
Make sure pedal is firm: Hold firm pressure on pedal for several minutes, it should remain in position without sinking. If pedal sinks toward floor, check system for fluid leaks. DO NOT drive vehicle if pedal does not stay firm or can be pushed to the floor with normal pressure.
At very low speed (2-5 mph) apply brakes hard several times while turning steering from full left to full right, repeat several times. Remove the wheels and check that components are not touching, rubbing, or leaking.
Carefully examine all brake components, brake lines, and fittings for leaks and interference.
Make sure there is no interference with wheels or suspension components.
Drive vehicle at low speed (15-20 mph) making moderate and hard stops. Brakes should feel normal and positive. Again check for leaks and interference.
Always test vehicle in a safe place where there is no danger to (or from) other people or vehicles.
Always wear seat belts and make use of all safety equipment.