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PowerStop Performance Brake Rotors AR85173XPRShop All PowerStop
Part # AR85173XPR
SKU # 1023986
Price Not Available
Estimated delivery Mar. 7
|Solid Or Vented Type Rotor
|Slotted X Drilled
|Rust Resistant Coating
|ABS Tone Ring Included
|Mounting Bolt Hole Circle Diameter
|Stud/Lug Hole Quantity
Power Stop drilled and slotted rotors provide a bolt-on upgrade for improved brake cooling and performance. Precision cross-drilled for maximum cooling and maximum performance during extreme conditions; rounded slots sweep away gasses, dust, and moisture to keep a clean friction contact patch on the rotor surface. Silver zinc dichromate plating resists rust and corrosion. With a direct OE fit, there are no special modifications needed.
- Zinc plated for protection against corrosion
- Slotted friction surface sweeps away gasses, dust, and water
- Weight and vane count match original equipment design
- Precision cross-drilled for maximum cooling and optimum performance
- Manufactured to strict tolerances for DTV and runout for smooth quiet performance
- Sold as a pair
- Bolt-on upgrade for stock brakes, no modifications necessary
- Chamfered drill holes and rounded slots to minimize stress cracking
- 100% dynamic mill balanced
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