Wilwood 160-13712 Micro Sprint Drilled Scalloped Rotor, 5 x 2.38"
Scalloped Rotor Shape, 7 Inch Rotor Diameter, Solid Rotor Type, Drilled Rotor Style, Aluminum
Wilwood's new aluminum mini sprint 7" diameter x .25" thick rotors have a 5 x 2.38" mount circle for Keizer hubs. These rotors are CNC machined from a high strength alloy plate. Symmetrical machining provides perfect balance and flatness. These mini sprint rotors are heat treated, anodized, drilled and scalloped. They feature a black anodized finish to simplify visual inspections and prevent corrosion.
- 7" diameter
- .25" thick
- Weighs 9.6 ounces
- 5 x 2.38 mount circle
- Drilled and scalloped
- Heat treated and anodized
- Designed for Keizer hubs
- CNC machined
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 6 business days for Wilwood to ship this item.
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