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11 Signs Indicating That Your Brakes Need Service

Often neglected, but one of the most crucial components on your vehicles are the brakes. Paying attention to the warning signs that indicate a need for service can mean the difference between life and death on the road. Here are 11 signs that your brakes need to be checked:  1) The brake pedal pulsates as […]

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Brake Bleeding

Brake bleeding is a procedure performed on your brake system where brake lines containing brake fluids are removed of any air bubbles. Over time air and moisture can get into your brake lines that can compromise your safety and the effectiveness of your brake system How to check if you need brake bleeding: Confirming that […]

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Warning Signs that You Need Your Brakes Checked

                Brakes are overlooked and often neglected, but they’re certainly one of the most crucial parts that you need to maintain. Most cars use what are known as disc brakes. A hydraulic system filled with brake fluid triggers a set of padded clamps known as calipers, causing them […]

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Learn More About Our Eline Rotor Series

R1 Concepts Eline Series Rotors The Eline Series brake rotors are great for those who want a medium performance upgrade over their factory brakes. Every Eline rotor uses an iron grade of G3000 that provides great stability and braking power. Our diamond slotted, drilled, and drilled & diamond slotted rotors comes with a silver zinc […]

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Premier Rotor Debut

R1 Concepts Premier Series Rotors The R1 Concepts Premier High Carbon brake rotor is a high quality performance rotor that meets or exceeds O.E specifications. With braking performance that delivers a consistent braking power, in any driving condition while providing the reliability that you expect from a performance brake rotor. If you are looking for […]

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Directional Rotors and Straight Vane Rotors

Directional Rotors and Straight Vane Rotors We often receive questions regarding which way are rotors are supposed to face when installed. There is a misconception that ALL rotors must face a certain way for maximum cooling efficiency.  The answer solely depends on the internal vane structure of the rotor itself— whether, the vanes are straight […]

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