EBC Sport Slotted & Dimpled Brake Rotors

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EBC Brakes GD7447 3GD Series Dimpled and Slotted Sport Rotor

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  • Whats the big difference between drilled holes and dimples? Besides the odvious visual difference the main difference between the two is overall rotor strength. Not always but on some occassions drilled rotors have been prone to cracking when braking temperatures get high. This is because the drilled holes cause a loss in over rotor strength. The dimples on EBC Sport Slotted & Dimpled Brake Rotors offer the same benefits of drilled rotors, but since they are not through drilled there is no loss in overall rotor strength which decreases the chances of rotor cracking.

    The EBC Sport Slotted & Dimpled Brake Rotor delivers the stylish looks and functions of a drilled and slotted rotor but maintains the strength of a slotted rotor. When it comes to brakes heat is the enemy and the EBC Sport Brake Rotors use special dimples and wide slots to help keep temperatures as low as possible. The slotted and dimpled design also pushes out brake gases, dust, and other unwanted debris so that you have a smooth pad to rotor contact patch which is crucial for optimal braking performance.

  • Whats the big difference between drilled holes and dimples? Besides the odvious visual difference the main difference between the two is overall rotor strength. Not always but on some occassions drilled rotors have been prone to cracking when braking temperatures get high. This is because the drilled holes cause a loss in over rotor strength. The dimples on EBC Sport Slotted & Dimpled Brake Rotors offer the same benefits of drilled rotors, but since they are not through drilled there is no loss in overall rotor strength which decreases the chances of rotor cracking.

    When you apply your brakes, debris and hot air or gas is created between the and . Lined grooves or slots help to expel this debris and hot gas away from the brake rotor. Slots also help to maximize the contact between the friction surfaces and improves the grip between the brake pad and brake rotors for more stopping power. With slotted rotors, you can expect that the brake pad material will remain fresh for consistent, reliable braking. Dimpled and slotted brake rotors are designed to function the same as slotted only rotors and expel debris and hot air or gas, but dimples also provide the visual appeal of a without sacrificing the structural integrity of the disc. Very rarely, there is a clicking or hissing noise associated with using a dimpled brake rotor. However, this sound will not cause any hindrance to functionality or performance.

  • The EBC Sport Slotted & Dimpled Brake Rotor delivers the stylish looks and functions of a drilled and slotted rotor but maintains the strength of a slotted rotor. When it comes to brakes heat is the enemy and the EBC Sport Brake Rotors use special dimples and wide slots to help keep temperatures as low as possible. The slotted and dimpled design also pushes out brake gases, dust, and other unwanted debris so that you have a smooth pad to rotor contact patch which is crucial for optimal braking performance.

Dimpled & Slotted - Advance Brake Technology

When you apply your brakes, debris and hot air or gas is created between the and . Lined grooves or slots help to expel this debris and hot gas away from the brake rotor. Slots also help to maximize the contact between the friction surfaces and improves the grip between the brake pad and brake rotors for more stopping power. With slotted rotors, you can expect that the brake pad material will remain fresh for consistent, reliable braking. Dimpled and slotted brake rotors are designed to function the same as slotted only rotors and expel debris and hot air or gas, but dimples also provide the visual appeal of a without sacrificing the structural integrity of the disc. Very rarely, there is a clicking or hissing noise associated with using a dimpled brake rotor. However, this sound will not cause any hindrance to functionality or performance.