Your braking system has many parts, each just as important as the other. The rotors are one of the main components, as they are used to create friction with the pads. When you press the brake pedal, the pistons in the calipers squeeze the pads down onto the rotors, which in turn, will bring your vehicle to a stop.
There are several ways in which your brake rotors can get damaged. Excessive rust is a hazard in rotors made with iron, but warping seems to be the most common issue. When a rotor becomes warped, excessive heat causes a disproportionate expansion of the braking surface of the rotor. This can lead to vibration in the steering wheel and elsewhere while braking.
If it's time to replace your rotors, also consider replacing your pads. ECS Tuning carries a wide variety of stock replacement and performance pads to restore or upgrade braking performance. Keep your braking system in top notch condition by checking and replacing components whenever wear is visible or suspected.
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