Material: High Alloy FC Cast Iron
Slots: Eight Directional Straight
The SCR Rotor is designed to be a cross over from high performance street to track. It is made from high-carbon and alloy cast iron and has excellent structural qualities resulting in a very stable rotor. The vane design allows large volumes of air to pass through offering more stable disc performance at higher temperatures seen on the track. Along with this, the straight slot design offers high resistance to fade making this disc ideal for track use, drifting, rally and any high performance application.
Unique Internal Vane Design
The SCR benefits from a more open cooling vane configuration which had the ability to pump more air, therefore providing greater cooling capacity.
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 properties of the material. Black chrome is applied as a finishing to provide corrosion resistance and further improvements to disc life.
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, they 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.