R1 Concepts offers a selection of performance brake components for a wide variety of makes and models. Performance Rotors are available in configurations to suit any budget or taste. R1 Concepts offers Drilled & Slotted Rotors, Drilled Rotors, Slotted Rotors and "Blank" OEM-Replacement type Rotors as well as related brake components like Performance Compound Brake Pads, Braided Stainless Steel Brake Lines and other brake hardware.
Frequently Asked Questions
E-Line Series Rotors
The E-Line Series uses an iron grade of G3000, which is great for those who are looking for a moderate upgrade from their original braking system. The E-Line Series Cross-Drilled, Slotted, and Cross-Drilled and Slotted rotors come with a silver zinc plating throughout the rotor and are not two-toned in color. Silver zinc is applied to the rotors for rust protection. 1 year on warping, one year on manufacturer defects such as cracking. (1 time replacement). Rotors must be within minimum thickness.
All E-Line Rotor Kits come complete with matching brake pads, and also include wear sensors (when applicable)
Premier Series Rotors
The Premier Series uses high carbon which results in a stronger rotor that can handle more demanding driving styles and conditions. Premier Rotors uses an iron grade of G3500 which is great for those who are looking for a even higher performance rotor. Thanks to Center Split Casting, Premier rotors have better air flow because they are built with a 50/50 center split vane structure design (some also comes curved vane and columned) for efficient air distribution to reduce the chance of heat spots.
In addition, the Premier Series rotors uses a black electro-coating process that gives the rotor a two-tone color finish which will also help against rust on the center hub, inner vane structure and outer rim of rotor. This coating cannot be easily scratched or removed. 1 year on warping, lifetime on manufacturer defects such as cracking. Rotors must be within minimum thickness.
All Premium Rotor Kits come complete with matching brake pads, and also include wear sensors (when applicable)
What is the Difference Between Drilled Only, Slotted Only and Drilled & Slotted Rotors?