Disc brakes get their name from the disc-shaped braking surface on the brake rotor. For disc brakes to work effectively and last long, the disc must be true, with a minimum and uniform thickness and a suitably smooth surface, free from pits and heavy scoring. Installing new rotors as part of a brake service gives the new brake pad friction material a uniform contact surface for effective braking and long pad life.
ECS Tuning stocks a large inventory of premium brake parts, including pads and rotors, shoes and drums, hardware, hoses and lines, fluids, and hi-temp lubricants; everything you need to perform a professional brake service.
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