Power Slot Slotted Brake Rotors - SRT8 Charger / Magnum / 300C (2006-2009)
|Excessive heat can cause resins in your brake pad to vaporize or "outgas." As the brake pad wears, the used friction material turns into a fine dust. This boundary layer of heat, gas and dust builds up between the pad and rotor surfaces and inhibits performance. Here's where Power Slot's slotted brake rotors make a big difference.|
Power Slot's exclusive Vac-U-Slots are machined into the rotor and help evacuate gasses and dust, shed heat, and keep the brake pad surface clean. And in wet, raining conditions, our Vac-U-Slot helps push water off the braking surface for better stopping power.
The Vac-U-Slot also serves as a visual wear indicator. The slot is machined to the rotorís minimum thickness where it crosses the outside edge. If you cannot see the slot along the outside edge, the rotor has worn down to its discard depth.
Sold individually. Power Slot rotors are a direct replacement for your factory rotors. For best results, follow the "Brake Pad Bed-In" instructions included with every shipment.
*Fits 2006-2009 Dodge Charger, Magnum & Chrysler 300C SRT8 models.
|Premium QualityEvery Power Slot rotor starts off as a premium quality blank casting sourced from the best foundries worldwide. They make sure their products meet and exceed the features of the O.E. (original equipment) rotor.|
Offshore economy rotors often use fewer cooling vanes and less iron material. Power Slot only uses OEM spec or better castings for each of its slotted discs.
|Structural IntegrityDrilled OE sized rotors may look cool, but they are not recommended for severe duty conditions. Excessive hole drilling in an OE sized rotor weakens it and cause stress points that may lead to cracking. Excessive drilling sacrifices considerable surface area and mass compared to slotted rotors. That means less active braking area for the pad to make contact on the rotor.|
Their VACUSLOT slotting pattern doesnít compromise the structural integrity of the rotor. Ultimately the choice is yours. Regardless of whether you choose a slotted or drilled rotor, make sure you get the highest quality casting.
|Cadmium PlatingPower Slot applies a proprietary military-spec Cadmium plating on every rotor they sell. This protects the rotor from harmful corrosion during the early stage of its wear life. Other competitors use inferior Zinc plating on their rotors, or no plating at all! In salt spray testing, their plating last up to 60% longer than Zinc.|
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