RB Center-Mount 2 piece Rotor Advantage Over Conventional Surface Mount.
1. RB two piece rotor runs cooler than competitions
Convergent vane design:
2. RB uses less components:
RB Center Mount design provides widely open & Un-restricted "Air Ports" from both Inboard and outboard while other brake companies try to achieve the same by "directional hats". Without regarding how effective it is, they need 4 components (2 hats, 2 discs) for a pair of rotor vs. RB's 2 components (1 hat, 1 disc-unidirectional)
Stoptech - Requires 4 different components (2 hats, 2 discs) for a set of directional rotor vs. others' 3 components (1 hat, 2 discs), vs. RB center-mount design (1 hat, 1 disc)
3. RB center mount design saves installation space and allow using a deeper pad w/o interfering with the hardware.
4. RB self-locking design w/o using loctite so to retain torque consistent at any braking temperature:
Illustration of disc movement (sliding) during heat expansion & contraction:
4. Rotor Treatments:
Disc is heat-treated before machining to minimize the casting from warping during the extreme heat cycles.
Rotor surfaces are treated by EDP (ElectroDeposititon Process) with Black Paint, so all the internal vanes, corners, crevices are penetrated and coated, unlike plating which can only reach the external surfaces.
With only a few stops the paint in rotor surface where the pad in contact will be removed, while the rest area remains protected by EDP paint (surface or internal vanes). So the rotor will have a nice look w/o undesirable rusty area like OE or others.
After a few stops:
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