FactionFab Swept Slot Bi-Directional Brake Rotor Pair Rear Subaru STI 2005-2007

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SKU: FFA1.10042.1-G
Availability: Out Of Stock
Type: Brake Rotors
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$326.00
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Part #: FFA1.10042.1-G

On this page, you are looking at the Faction Fab F-Spec Slotted Brake Rotors. These rotors are ideal for street and spirited driving and will improve your overall braking response, brake cooling and thermal stability, pad cleanliness, and overall increased braking performance in any situation.

FEATURES:

  • Rear location
  • Shallow Sharp-edged groves are milled into a high carbon cast iron disc to provide consistent pad contact and maximum friction over repetitive use
  • High-carbon content for wear resistance, thermal stability, and cracking resistance
  • Bi-directional design, meaning rotors are not side specific
  • Symmetric vane castings to increase heat dissipation efficiency and thermal stability
  • Double-disc ground, non-directional finish
  • Mill balanced for reduced vibration
  • Precision machined with run-out spec of no more then .002", Disc Thickness Variation (DTV) of .0005"
  • Fully machined non-friction surfaces for perfect fitment
  • Sold as a pair
  • BLACK E-COATING

  • Electronically applied E-coating for corrosion resistance
  • 400-hour salt spray tested
  • Fully coated inside and out



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    Reviewed by Harry C., from United States
    Rated 5 out of 5

    A Great Buy

    Arrived on time, fit and finish was excellent.

    Greatly improved my brake performance in autocross.

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