Description

Disc Brake Pad and Rotor Kit

Turbo Slotted Rotors

Turbo Slotted Rotors; Front; w/Xtra Life Plating And High Performance Pads


FEATURES:
  • Designed To Work w/Stock Caliper And Wheel
  • Curved Slots Help Dissipate Heat/Gas Build Up
  • Allows Pads To Maintain Better Contact w/Rotor

Stainless Steel Brakes Corporation (SSBC) first pioneered the stainless steel sleeved caliper for classic Corvette and Mustangs back in 1975. We are the industry standard for high quality brake systems and components, offering a complete line of disc brake conversions and performance brake upgrades for classic muscle cars, late model performance vehicles, street rods and customs, trucks/SUVs and sport compacts. At SSBC, braking is all we do. It's who we are. Our experts are dedicated to bringing you the best braking technology, for as much as 25% shorter stopping distances. We have and will continue to take steps to improve our capabilities. All of our improvements give us design, testing, quality and manufacturing capabilities that very few aftermarket companies can match. We will continue to look at areas and methods to improve, enabling us to consistently provide high quality, high performance braking technologies. Our signature line of Force 10 aluminum calipers was first introduced in the late 1990's. These lightweight calipers greatly reduce unsprung weight, which improves ride quality. Most are available polished and all can be powder coated a variety of colors for added visual appeal. They are available in both front and rear kits, and come in single, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8-piston configurations.

  • Turbo Slotted Rotors With Xtra Life Plating And High Performance Pads,Limited 1 Year Warranty For Street Use Only
  • A2350012
  • Stainless Steel Brakes
Specifications
Dimensions10 x 16 x 5.5 inches

SSBC Performance Brakes A2350012 Turbo Slotted Rotors; Front; w/Xtra Life Plating And High Performance Pads;

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