These discs are direct replacements for the OE brake discs and will fit straight to your vehicle without any further modifications required. You will receive a pair of handed discs with specific cooling features for the left and right side of the axle. The full specification and disc configuration for this particular application can be found in the ‘ADDITIONAL INFORMATION’ tab. All TAROX ‘Bespoke’ discs are made to order at our facility in Italy and are available with the following facings:
- F2000 – Long curved grooves
- Sport Japan – drilled and grooved
- D95 – drilled only
- ZERO – plain braking surface
Because of this we ask that you allow 14 days for delivery. When ordering, please add a note during checkout to indicate which style of disc you require.
The ‘Bespoke’ way…
These discs are part of our special ‘Bespoke’ range which we have compiled to provide a performance solution for vehicles for which parts aren’t easily obtainable. Vehicles such as classic sports marques or modern high performance cars whose drivers seek higher levels of performance from their brake setup. All discs in the ‘Bespoke’ range are individually CNC machined from a solid piece of steel billet – they are never made in a cast. Once the billet has been machined to the required size it is heat treated and then cooled to unify the structure of the steel and improve strength and durability. This keeps the disc more stable at extreme temperatures. Characteristics such as warping, cracking, fade and knock off are all massively reduced. The longevity of the disc and pad are both extended dramatically. The toughened disc is then grooved and/or drilled as required and finally finished by hand. Each disc is manually ground to a tolerance approaching 0.015mm creating a perfectly level surface to ensure that the discs will run true. In the case of a two-piece disc, the billet rotor is then mated to a CNC machined alloy bell which has been hard anodized for protection from the elements.
The Ultimate Tensile Strength (UTS) for these discs is rated at 57kg per square mm. To put this figure into perspective, the standard for racing spec discs is usually 38kg per square mm and the CEE standard UTS is 25kg per square mm.