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R1 Concepts- Carbon Alloy GEOMET Rotors!
We're happy to introduce to you all our new GEOMET Carbon Alloy rotors! These rotors are a new and improved version of our "Premier Series" rotors. Manufactured for european and heavy vehicles, our High Carbon iron formulations enhances noise dampening characteristics, while providing high strength, and increased thermal conductivity compared to standard discs, which increases durability.

Each rotor is engineered to match the OE vane configuration, including OE split-core technology to ensure proper and maximum heat dissipation. Additionally, all cores are dipped with a specifically formulated paint in order to provide a smoother finish inside the vane structure. The smooth finish will improve air flow as well as reduce the amount of machining require in or to properly balance the finished rotor during the mill-balancing process.

Fine Turned
Next, the castings are sent to our state of the art machining facilities, where each rotor is machined to the tightest tolerances available in the market today. We can guarantee specifications of .010mm disc thickness variation (DTV) and .050mm maximum lateral runout. Though in practive, we regularly achieve .007mm DTV and .025mm maximum lateral runout. Then, the rotors are fine turned to a maximum of 1.6 RMS. The objective of these strict tolerances is to create the smoothest possible finish, which improves initial break-in due to the increased contact between the pad and the rotor.

After all of the machining processes are completed, each rotor passes a 100% electronic inspection station that measures over 20 attributes to ensure that each rotor meets OE specifications. This further guarantees that each and every rotor delivered to you is trouble free.

GEOMET Finish- The Superior Corrosion
Finally we apply a genuine GEOMET Finish throughout the entire part, which promises to deliver superior corrosion protection. The GEOMET coating is processed dry, shipped dry, and ready to install without any additional preparation. An average brake job takes 1.25-2.5 hours per axle. Without the need to clean an oil covered rotor, this same a tremendous amount of time and money during the installation process.

  • Superior Corrosion Protection- Provides excellent cyclic corrosion performance when tested to automotive manufacture's test methods incorporating heat, salt spray (withstands 400) and humidity.

  • Environmentally friendly, this meets the following regulations: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Chrylser CS-9003, General Motors GMW 3059, Ford WSS-M99P9999-A1 (Hex 9), the EU Directives on End of Life Vehicles (ELV) and Electrical Equipment (RoHS).

  • No Toxic Metal: Free of chromium, nickel, cadmium, lead, barium, and mercury

Here's a link to our new brake thread:

Feel free to PM if you have any questions and I'll do my best to help you.
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