Talon Cross Drilled And Slotted Brake Rotors; Front; Vented Rotor; 10.98 in. Dia.; 4.88 in. Height;
Decades of experience, continuous research and development, and dedication to bringing the highest quality premium friction products have led to Talon(R) Rotors. Leveraging the high quality performance of Hawk Performances(R) unique and proprietary DTC curved slot design, they are built to OE specifications, weights, and production processes, and are engineered to fit a vehicles current braking system without modification.
Enhanced Vehicle Performance and Appearance
Hawk's Talon Rotors high-performance street rotors are a must have for you high-performance street machine. Talon Rotors are very aesthetically pleasing through your thin spoke wheels.
All rotors are engineered, machined, finished, and coated here in the US. Talon Rotors are coated with a Magni coating that provides superior corrosion resistance. The cross-drilled designs allow for optimized heat dissipation and improved wet braking performance.
- Drilled and Slotted or Slotted Only For Heavy-Duty Apps.
- Greatly Improved Braking Performance
- Lowered Brake Temperatures
- Precise and Predictable Control
- Consistent Pedal Feel
- Long Life
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