Structure: Two Piece
Rotor: Carbon/Alloy Iron
Hat: Floating – Billet Alloy
Slots: Eight Directional Straight
SCR-GT uses SCR-Pro rotors and technology with the addition of floating mounts. The floating system is used in motorsport applications to allow the rotor to move independently of the bell/hub which allows some movement at temperature.
The cast iron has very high levels of carbon and alloy, eight straight slots and an advanced core vane design resulting in very high head transfer qualities. Additionally, the SCR-GT is a two-piece design that comes assembled to anodised billet alloy disc hats, making them lighter than OEM rotors.
The SCR-GT employs motorsport experience and technology that provides the highest possible heat transfer properties of all Project-Mu rotors. The vanes are designed to create additional turbulence inside the rotor without compromising air flow which in turn transfers more heat from the rotor to atmosphere.
The disc itself is completed in black chrome to further increase life and resistance to distortion. Ideal for race, rally and drift applications or simply as a premium upgrade to your road car.
Unique Internal Vane Design
Utilising PMU vane technology, the SCR-GT achieves high heat dissipation by directing the air to the center rather than vertically, accelerating the flow rate via angled fins.
With increased energy being applied during hard braking, standard discs can distort, reducing braking power and also disc and pad life. Project-Mu rotors are manufactured to exacting standards incorporating special heat treatment processes designed to increase the structural propertied of the material. Black chrome is applied as a finishing to provide corrosion resistance and further improvements to disc life.
Lightweight Two Piece Construction
The SCR-GT utilises a billet aluminium housing. This helps to reduce unsprung weight which is directly linked to reducing the burden on braking. In addition, replacement rotors can be brought separately for a cost effective braking solution.
The primary role of the slots in a performance rotor is to help remove high temperature gases caused by the pad and rotor surfaces interacting. If these gases are not effectively removed, the can contribute to ‘brake fade’ which is a reduction in stopping power. Slots can also assist with friction levels, but pad compounds should also be considered for this.
Floating hats allow differential expansion of the disc and hat which stress in the rotor work against cracking and distortion at high temperatures. It also allows for flex in the knuckle/wheel bearing to reduce knock-off and the resultant ‘long pedal’.