Performance Rotors feature black fusion coated hats or Grey Fusion 4.0 coating for rust protection.
Performance Rotors feature black fusion coated hats or Grey Fusion 4.0 coating for rust protection.

Raybestos® has expanded its specialty line of Performance Rotors, adding 60 new part numbers to cover even more popular performance applications, according to Kristin Grons, marketing manager for Brake Parts Inc (BPI).

Raybestos Performance Rotors are made with application-specific enhanced iron, which suppresses noise and keeps brakes running cool, quiet and vibration free. Drivers experience a stronger bite without sacrificing smooth braking. Performance Rotors feature black fusion coated hats or Grey Fusion 4.0 coating for rust protection. Additionally, patented S-groove slot designs found on select applications allow for improved pedal feel.

“The Raybestos Performance line is specifically designed for demanding street performance drivers. The new rotor coverage includes truck, SUV and luxury car applications,” said Grons. “In addition to Performance brake parts, the Raybestos Specialty line delivers outstanding stopping power for a variety of niche markets, including Police, School Bus, and Air Disc and Medium Duty Truck applications.”

For more information, contact your Raybestos representative or visit www.raybestos.com.

About Raybestos Brakes

Raybestos® has been known as the best in brakes for over 100 years. With a demonstrated commitment to research, development and testing, Raybestos is widely recognized for quality brake components, including friction, rotors, drums, calipers and hydraulic products. The brand was the first to introduce Enhanced Hybrid Technology (EHT®) with its Element3® brake pads, delivering the best attributes of ceramic and semi-metallic for optimal performance, improved pad wear and durability, and increased stopping power during aggressive braking. Raybestos is the flagship brand of Brake Parts Inc, a global supplier to major auto parts organizations. To learn more, visit www.raybestos.com.

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