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The 034Motorsport 2-Piece Floating Brake Rotor Upgrade Kits for the Gen 1 & 1.5 Audi R8 are a complete replacement brake rotor kit, designed to work flawlessly with the factory front or rear calipers found on the Gen 1 & 1.5 Audi R8. While reducing weight, the rotor retains proper thermal mass in the rings to adequately capture heat, while utilizing 72 directionally curved vanes to forcefully flow cool air through the rotor to dissipate heat.

The central hat portion of the 034Motorsport rotor is made of 6061-T6 aircraft specification aluminum. The disc is constructed out of a proprietary metal alloy that can withstand immense braking temperatures while holding form. The rotor utilizes 72 directionally curved vanes to forcefully flow cool air through the rotor to dissipate heat.

The face of the rotor utilizes J-Slot slots to clean the pad and surface of contaminants and allows hot pad outgassing, all while reducing overall braking noise compared to a traditional slotted rotor.

The rotor and hat have a floating mount system that utilizes high-strength alloy steel bobbins. The pins take the load from braking actions while maintaining the axial and radial float between the hat and disc, allowing for safe expansion and contraction from heat.

Features:
  • Lightweight Construction
  • Floating, 2-Piece Design
  • Aerospace Grade Aluminum Hats
  • CM-250 Special Alloy Rotor Rings
  • J-slotted Friction Face
  • OEM Fitment & Functionality
  • 72 Curved Vanes Force Cooling Air through Brake Disc
  • Floating Bobbins Mounting System
  • Replaceable Rotor Rings
  • Lower Long-term Maintenance Cost
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Cool rotors- where are they made? Are they oem size or are they bigger?
 

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Cool rotors- where are they made? Are they oem size or are they bigger?
These rotors are currently OEM sized at 365mm and 356mm. We are currently working on a 390mm rotor upgrade which will be released in the next few months. All rotors go through a thorough QC process and have been heavily tested on several platforms before release.

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