Centric Premium rotors are identical in
dimensions to the factory originals. During assembly,
rotors are straddle cut for the most accurate machining, then double disc ground
for optimum parallelism, minimal runout, and near zero thickness variation.
A non-directional finish is applied for better initial pad
surfaces, including the hat, are machined and non-swept surfaces are electrostatically
coated with a durable, black finish for corrosion protection
and good looks. Finally, all rotors are computer mill balanced to
incredibly tight tolerances. You won't find a better replacement rotor
anywhere. Click here for more details.
Premium High Carbon rotors utilize an
advanced metallurgy that reduces pad squeal. The proprietary Molybdenum and
Chromium alloy resists rotor cracking during heavy track use and increases the friction level, improving brake performance and
stopping power. Increased Chromium and Carbon content is also more resistant to
surface oxidation. For some applications, directional internal cooling
vanes are used for improved cooling over the straight-vane factory rotors.
rotors offer the advantages of Centric Premium High Carbon rotors, with
the addition of slotting and/or drilling for higher bite and friction and more
consistent brake pad performance over the pad lifetime.
How to choose between them? Slotted rotors provide additional bite and maintain
consistent friction level over the life of your pads. These are ideal
for aggressive street and even road racing applications. Slotted and drilled
rotors offer even more bite and stunning looks, but should be used on the street and not for racing. If you
or slotted and drilled rotors and there is no pricing listed below, send an inquiry to
email@example.com and we can let you know if they are available.
Or check our
on-line store, which has many more vehicle listings:
Make sure you install your rotors properly. See:
How to Properly Install Plain,
Slotted or Drilled Rotors
(Centric Parts is the parent
company of StopTech . StopTech rotors start as Centric High Carbon
blanks and are machined in the USA on computer-controlled milling machines.)
To obtain information about any rotor, click on the part number (if a link is present)
including rotor drawings, replacement thickness, critical
dimensions, and weight.
To order, click here:
and locate your vehicle brand along
the left side of the store page. Or call us Monday - Friday at
(800)222-8893 x1 for help selecting the proper parts.