Cross drilled and slotted rotors
This article is to discuss the benefits and uses of cross drilled and slotted brake rotors. Drilled and slotted brake rotors are the most ideal brake rotor for someone using their vehicle for on road applications.
Cross drilled and slotted direction
Each company has a specific direction they instruct you to install their rotors. We have found that as long as the internal veins of the rotor are straight and not a curve veined rotor it really does not matter. We still recommend following the manufacturer’s directions in case you should ever need to file a warranty claim.
Cross drilled and slotted reviews
We have had a chance to review many brands of cross drilled and slotted rotors: Disc Italia, Brembo, Chromebrakes, Xbrakes. Each manufacture designs and machines their products slightly differently than the next. We have had many positive reviews for these brake discs, and know you will enjoy whichever brand you choose. You can feel confident that when you are shopping at brakeworld.com that you are getting a product of the highest quality as our brake experts have tested each product we sell. Products that have received poor reviews don’t make it on to our site.
Cross drilled and slotted
When installing a brake rotor that is both drilled and has gas slots it is comforting to know you have selected the ideal rotor for street use. The holes allow for cool air to be sucked in to the middle of the rotor and pushed out the outer ventilated edges of the brake disc providing very effective cooling. In addition the slots on the disc help the pads wear evenly, and remove any excess carbon deposits left behind by the brake pads. This ensures you will always have a clean braking surface area for your pads to make contact with.
Slotted and drilled rotors
The great thing about slotted and drilled rotors is that they are ideal for all types of vehicles. Whether you have a small coupe or a large full sized SUV the braking characteristics of the drilled and slotted rotors will handle your braking demands.