Audi A4 RS4 V8 Rotors are Specially Engineered

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Audi A4 RS4 V8 Rotors – Rotational Heat treated & J-Hook slotted discs

The Audi A4 RS4 V8 Rotors are specially engineered to get rid of gases and debris giving you better bite.  Designed for the racetrack or track days these sport rotors will help you get to a stop much faster.

Features

  • Improved cooling
  • Better bite
  • Greater debris clearing

EBC Yellowstuff brake pads

The Audi A4 RS4 V8 Rotors will perform optimally with the EBC Yellowstuff brake pads.

Nissan Skyline GTR Heat treated and slotted rotors

  • Give your RS4 superior stopping power with EBC Yellowstuff brake pads alongside the J-hook rotors
  • Yellowstuff installs as a straight substitution of your stock pads
  • The Yellowstuff is a aramid fibre based brake pad and is explicitly formulated for the track and spirited-street driving
  • No need to get the pads up to temperature. The EBC Yellowstuff  pads bite hard on cold as well as hot rotors
  • Manufactured with EBC’s unique Break-In surface coating for quick bedding in
  • EBC Yellowstuff brake pads’ center-line slot vents heat and gas to prevent thermal cracks and fade

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