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Micro/Mini/600 Titanium Rear Brake Rotor, 6 Bolt x 5 Inch Bolt Circle

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Material Type:
Titanium
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Rotor Construction:
Solid
Finish:
Ceramic
Rotor Diameter:
9.50
Rotor Location:
Rear
Rotor Shape:
Scalloped
MFG. Part #:
TSW-250-9500-6500
Hardware Included:
No
Garage Sale:
No
Drilled:
No
Slotted:
Yes
Rotor Thickness:
0.19
Weight:
2.16
Micro/Mini/600 Titanium Rear Brake Rotor, 6 Bolt x 5 Inch Bolt Circle

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Reduce rotating weight while increasing your braking efficiency.  These coated rotors are only 1.14 lbs and secure to the brake hub with six 5/16" bolts.  Choose from two bolt patterns.

  • Diameter:  9-1/2 Inches
  • Pad:  Full Metallic
  • Hardware: 5/16"

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1 questions : 1 answers

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1)What size hardware do I need?(1/4" or 5/16") 2)What type of pads do I need to use? 3)Does the ceramic coating ever wear off? If it does, can I get the rotors recoated? 4)What diamiter is this rotor?

Eric
Modesto,CA.
February 11, 2011

1)What size hardware do I need?(1/4" or 5/16") 2)What type of pads do I need to use? 3)Does the ceramic coating ever wear off? If it does, can I get the rotors recoated? 4)What diamiter is this rotor?

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February 16, 2011
Larry
Q.1) What size hardware do I need? (1/4" or 5/16") A. 5/16 hardware as listed on our website 2) What type of pads do I need to use? A. The correct pad to use on a Titanium rotor is a Full Metallic pad. 3) Does the ceramic coating ever wear off? If it does, can I get the rotors recoated? A. When properly broke in the pad will actually transfer and embed a small amount of material from the pad on to the rotor and actually increase the thickness of the rotor by a few thousandths of and inch, so if properly broke in the ceramic coating should last much longer than a steel or iron rotor. If needed the rotor can be recoated, unfortunately we here at Speedway Motors do not perform the coating process, please call us and speak to one of out tech and we will be glad to put you in touch with the appropriate company to provide this service. 4) What diameter is this rotor? A. 9.5 inches
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