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BRAKES ARE A SAFETY CRITICAL PART OF A MOTOR VEHICLE.
Brake components should be installed by a competent mechanic in a professional manner. Any incorrect installation of brake components can cause a major safety problem or an accident. If you are not a competent and qualified mechanic you should not attempt to install these products, but should take the vehicle to a vehicle dealer or competent automotive mechanic for their installation.
Disc brake pads and rotors are wear items and as such, should be inspected regularly and replaced as necessary. Read More.
Hawk Performance Quiet Slot™ Rotors combine the look, feel and durability of a street performance rotor with the fitment and convenience of a direct Original Equipment replacement design. Their non-directional rotor vane (eliminating the need for left and right side rotors) and optimal wall thickness upgrade structural strength, noise dampening and heat capacity.
Quiet Slot Rotors are cast from a proprietary formulation of premium alloys and offer exceptional rotor life and durability. The formulation includes a noise dampening steel with long grain carbon iron that maximizes thermal stability as well as a molybdenum additive for additional high temperature strength and thermal crack resistance. Hawk Performance’s unique slot design is engineered to improve your vehicle’s braking performance and driving comfort.
The rotor’s specific RMS finish accelerates the creation of a proper transfer film when run with Hawk Performance brand brake pads. Its swirl ground surface finish improves brake pad bed-in and “green” out-of-the-box performance.
Key Features & Benefits of Hawk Performance Quiet Slot™ Rotors:
All Quiet Slot rotors are manufactured in ISO certified facilities and are checked for proper balance, thickness, flatness and run-out. The rotor’s internal and external surfaces are protected with a GEOMET® coating. GEOMET is an environmentally friendly, proprietary water-based coating dispersion containing metal oxides, metallic zinc and aluminum flakes resulting in a metallic silver-gray coating.
Rotors are wear items and as such, should be inspected regularly and replaced as necessary.