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Pro Tips To Avoid Warped Brake Rotors

Here are some things to consider that will help prevent warped rotors: Upgrade to cross drilled rotors or cross drilled & slotted rotors. Cross drilled rotors and cross drilled and slotted rotors will provide better heat ventilation. It will bring the temperature of the rotor down to a point where heat spots are least likely […]

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Affordable power with R1 Concepts Brake Parts

SHOP PRESIDENTS’ DAY SALE

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Presidents’ Day Bundle – Rotors, Pads, and Other Items!

R1 Carbon GEOMET® Series Brake RotorsRed, White, and Blue Great Power Made For You!  Superior corrosion protection and enhanced noise dampening, the R1 Carbon GEOMET® Series is built to last.  R1 CONCEPTS eLINE SERIES BrakePerformance We’re Proud Of! Reliable and durable, eLINE Series Brake Rotors will get you to your destination safely no matter where […]

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Score R1 Carbon GEOMET® Series Brake Rotors!

Set it up with R1 Carbon GEOMET® Series Brake Rotors. Aimed at high-performance driving, these rotors are designed not just for everyday use but for street performance, track, off-roading, and towing/hauling. When you need the best performance, the R1 Carbon GEOMET® Series will provide effective and quiet stopping power. Learn More About R1 Carbon GEOMET® […]

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Tackle it now! R1 Performance Sport Series

Designed for incredibly advanced performance, our R1 Concepts PERFORMANCE Sport brake pads are made for performance street driving, light track, autocross use, and off-roading. If your vehicle is an extreme vehicle, it needs high performance pads. These pads are designed with an advanced performance formulation, which provides smoother and more predictable responses even over high […]

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Can You Change Only the Brake Rotors?

When you replace the brake rotors but keep your old brake pads, yousave money and time. You can get by with just replacing brake rotors,but you may want to replace the brake pads at the same time – even ifthey do not strictly need it. Here’s why: The old brake pads and the old rotors […]

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