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Lightweight Two-Piece Brake Rotor Assembly

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Reducing unsprung, rotating weight can have a significant impact upon a car's performance. These hi-tech rotors are designed to be as light as possible while still meeting SCCA rules for FF, FC, and S2000.

The hat section is precision machined from solid billet aluminum alloy, designed to allow thermal expansion without cracking. The solid ferrous discs are cross-drilled for improved brake cooling and further weight reduction. The complete hat and 9 7/8" disc assembly for an LD 19 caliper weighs less than 3.6 pounds! The discs for LD 20 calipers are the same thickness as the LD 19 disc (.280 inch) for additional weight reduction.

Available for Swift, Reynard and Van Diemen applications that use Lockheed LD 19 or LD 20 brake calipers. Note: Some older Van Diemen uprights may require modification for rotor clearance.

Replacement parts available:

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Brake Rotor LD19 Swift - Van Diemen, 9.875"

$244.99In Stock


Brake Rotor LD20 Swift - Van Diemen, 10.125"

$244.99In Stock


Brake Rotor LD19 - Reynard, 9.875"

$244.99In Stock


Brake Rotor LD20 - Reynard, 10.125"

$244.99In Stock


Brake Rotor LD20 - Swift DB-2 / DB-3, 10.0"

$244.99In Stock


Brake Rotor LD20 - Reynard, 10.0"

$244.99In Stock


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light weight rotors

By Byron Leis

from Waterloo, Ontario Canada

Verified Buyer

Comments about Lightweight Two-Piece Brake Rotor Assembly:

Waited over a month for the second pair

Small markings on the rotor hats (no structural problem )

Some of the bolts were loose ( I would have checked them any way )

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