Wilwood 160-13980 ULGT-16 Curved Vane Right Hand Rotor, 11.75 Inch
Universal Fit, Right Position, Round Rotor Shape, 11.75 Inch Rotor Diameter, Vented Rotor Type
Wilwood ULGT-16 Curved Vane Spec-37 rotors are engineered to withstand extreme temperatures with the highest degree of resistance against distortion, warping, cracking, and wear. This rotor is manufactured from proprietary iron alloy that was derived from the extreme duty military spec rotors Wilwood manufactured. Every Spec-37 rotor is precision machined to less than .001" run-out, flatness, and parallelism. Combined with Wilwood's GT style asymmetrical face slot pattern to give you the smoothest braking available.
- 11.75" diameter
- 0.99" width
- Rotor type: GT
- Style: GT Slotted
- Spec-37 Iron
- Vane count: 16 CV
- Weight: 7.1
- Mount: right hand
- Rotor bolt circle: 8 x 7.00"
- Rotor mount hole size: 0.326"
- Lug ID/Registration: 6.38"
- Far side inside diameter: 8.46"
- Sold each
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