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OEM technology is getting better and better every year. At DFC, we endeavor to match the latest technologies as applied by the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs).

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HIGH CARBON

To do this, we start by employing High Carbon iron formulations to enhance noise dampening characteristics, while providing high strength and increased thermal conductivity compared to standard discs, which increases durability.

OE Vane Configuration

Each rotor is then engineered to match the OE vane configuration, including the OE split-core technology to ensure proper and maximum heat dissipation. Additionally, all cores are dipped with a specifically formulated paint in order to provide a smoother finish inside the vane structure. The smooth finish will improve air flow as well as reduce the amount of machining required in order to properly balance the finished rotor during the mill-balancing process.

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DFC Carbon Alloy
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FINE-TURNED

Next, the castings are sent to our state of the art machining facilities, where each rotor is machined to the tightest tolerances available in the market today. We can guarantee specifications of .010mm disc thickness variation (DTV) and .050mm maximum lateral runout. Though in practice, we regularly achieve .007mm DTV and .025mm maximum lateral runout. Then, the rotors are fine-turned to a maximum of 1.6 RMS. The objective of these strict tolerances is to create the smoothest possible finish, which improves initial break-in due to the increased contact between the pad and the rotor.

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PERFECT BRAKE ROTOR EVERY TIME

After all of the machining processes are completed, each rotor passes a 100% electronic inspection station that measures over 20 attributes to ensure that each rotor meets OE specifications. This further guarantees that each and every rotor delivered to you is trouble free. Coupled with our application-specific DFC brake pads, these rotors provide the best possible braking right out of the box compared to anything else in the market!

GEOMET FINISH
THE SUPERIOR CORROSION PROTECTION

Finally, we apply a genuine Geomet finish throughout the entire part, which promises to deliver superior corrosion protection. The Geomet coating is processed dry, shipped dry, and ready to install without any additional preparation, which saves a tremendous amount of time during the installation process. The finish is simply and safely swept away by the friction material with no harmful effects.

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  • Superior Corrosion Protection - Provides excellent cyclic corrosion performance when tested according to automotive manufacturer's test methods incorporating heat, salt spray, and humidity (SAE J2334, GMW 14872, Ford CEPT: 00.00-L-467, Asian CCT).
  • Environmentally Friendly: Meets the following regulations: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Chrysler CS-9003, General Motors GMW 3059, Ford WSS-M99P9999-A1 (Hex 9), the EU Directives on End of Life Vehicles (ELV) and Electrical Equipment (RoHS).
  • No Toxic Metals: Free of chromium, nickel, cadmium, lead, barium, and mercury.
Product Features
  • Engineered with High Carbon castings to enhance noise dampening characteristics, while providing strength, stability, and durability
  • Original Equipment (OE) vane configuration & split core casting to ensure proper and maximum heat dissipation
  • Dipped cores to provide for a smoother vane structure
  • Disc Thickness Variation (DTV) - .010mm maximum
  • Lateral Runout - .050 mm maximum
  • Fined Turned finish (1.6 RMS) for improved initial rotor and pad break-in
  • Geomet coated to provide high-performance corrosion protection
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DFC G3000 DRILLED & SLOTTED BRAKE ROTORS
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Product Features
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Drilled holes will reduce the heat that builds on the rotor. Cross-drilled holes are also chamfered, which reduces the potential for cracking.
Slots on the rotor removes brake and road debris and prevent pad glazing. The slots will grab more bite to the brake pads giving you shorter stopping distance especially in wet weather.