The Hawk Quiet Slot Rotor was designed to have the aggressive characteristics of a race brake rotor while still being mild enough for daily street driving. The special design of the Quiet Slot Rotor uses unidirectional vanes which eliminate the need for left and right side rotors, allowing the same rotor to be used for either side of your ride. The vanes and wall thickness of the Quiet Slot Rotor vastly improves the rotors structural integrity, decreases in rotor noise, and an increases in your rotors heat capacity. All of this is designed to help increase brake pad and rotor life as well as overall braking performance.The vanes or slots in the Hawk Quiet Slot Rotor help deliver a better initial brake bite and improve wet weather braking performance. When the brakes are not being used the vane and surface slot design will cut through the surrounding air to pretty much eliminate the annoying whirling noise that you usually notice with cross drilled or heavily slotted rotors. The Hawk Quiet Slot Rotor's vanes also serve as a wear indicator (when the vane disapears it's time for new rotors). Backed by a limited lifetime warranty. Sold individually. Features:
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