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Stillen 07-09 GT500 One Piece Sport Rotors-Front Pair (J-Hook)
STILLEN 1-piece Sport Rotors are a great choice for performance, durability and style when staying with OE factory calipers. These high-performance upgrades directly replace those plain OE factory rotors with no modification required. Applications for cars are finished with a tough clear zinc plating for exceptional corrosion resistance and to avoid the pad contamination and environmental issues with cadmium plating.
The J-Hook™ pattern was developed in professional motorsports for drivers wanting the “pad bite” of cross-drilled rotors, while also wanting to avoid premature rotor cracking at elevated temperatures. The multiple edges at each hook grab the pad a bit harder, especially at higher speeds. Plenty of track testing has shown this design to perform better than typical slot patterns. Pad wear may be accelerated slightly (depending on driving technique), so only high quality brake pads should be considered. Users will typically experience more brake groan as the J-Hooks™ work hard to slow the car, so only aggressive drivers need apply.
What makes are STILLEN Sport Rotors different?
High-quality, 1-piece blanks are sourced from the world’s best foundries. Select applications have been chosen for the new J-Hook™ face pattern. The latest CAD (Computer-Aided Design) tools are used to optimize the face pattern for full pad sweep to reduce hot spots and grooving.
I spent a lot on custom wheels. What will these rotors look like months from now?
Sport Rotors for most car applications are zinc plated for corrosion resistance, which keeps them looking good and rust-free in most environments.
OK, I’m ready to upgrade. What next?
Enhance a new set of Sport Rotors with STILLEN Metal Matrix brake pads or choose from other performance pad options. For the complete package, choose stainless steel braided brake lines and fresh AP Racing brake fluid for a more positive brake pedal feel and resistance to fluid boiling. Remember, car manufacturers recommend a brake system flush at no longer than 24 month intervals, shorter for hard brake use. If it has been too long, upgrading brake lines at the same time will save time and labor.