Wilwood 160-14184 Super Alloy Slotted Rotor, 11 Inch, 3 x 5
Round Rotor Shape, 10.94 Inch Rotor Diameter, Solid Rotor Type, Slotted Rotor Style, Titanium
Wilwood introduces these lightweight Super Alloy Titanium Slotted Rotors. Weighing between 2.8 and three pounds these are Sprint racing's lightest rotors. Wilwood’s proprietary Super Alloy Titanium greatly enhances the durability and lifespan of this rotor over comparable lightweight steel or iron rotors. A directional slotted surface allowing for full pad contact. This provides excellent high temperature stability, with rapid heat dissipation and consistent performance from the brake pads. The fine micro-finish surface beds quickly with new pads. It provides a cost effective, lightweight solution with quick response, long service life from the pads, and consistent braking at all temperatures. Lowered rotating weight promotes quick acceleration, deceleration, and improved handling.
- 11" overall diameter
- Super Alloy Titanium construction
- 3 x 5 bolt pattern
- Plain finish
- Sold each
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