Can you turn slotted rotors?

Answer On One Hand: Turning OptionThe short answer is yes, slotted rotors can be turned and resurfaced by a regular brake lathe. Caution needs to be taken, though, to use light cuts with the lathe to prev... Read More »

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The Advantages of Drilled Slotted Brake Rotors Over Regular Rotors?

Every time you get in the car, you trust your life to the quality of your brakes. Every time you brake, heat and gas builds up between the rotors and the pads. This heat slows down your braking and... Read More »

What Are the Benefits of Slotted Rotors?

Elmer Ambrose Sperry designed the first automotive disc brake system in 1898, and Frederick William Lanchester patented the disc brake system. The basic idea of the system remains intact to present... Read More »

How to Install Slotted Brake Rotors?

Slotted brake rotors are a common and effective brake upgrade. Slotted rotors have slots that are machined into the face of the rotor. The slots help dissipate heat during braking, which in turn re... Read More »

Ventilated Vs. Cross-Drilled Vs. Slotted Brake Rotors?

A vehicle's brakes are an important aspect of safety as well as performance. The better the brakes are, the faster and more consistently the vehicle will stop when the brakes are called upon to do ... Read More »