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FITS CHEVY HHR 2.2L 2.4L 06 07 08 09 ROTORS METALLIC PADS FRONT

 FITS CHEVY HHR 2.2L 2.4L 06 07 08 09 ROTORS METALLIC PADS FRONT

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CHEVY HHR 2.2L 2.4L with Rear Drum Brakes 06 07 08 09

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Item Includes:


2 Front Cross Drilled/Slotted Silver Zinc-Plated Rotors


2 Front Sets of Metallic  Brake Pads



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Products' Description:

Our rotors are casted in a facility certified with ISO-9002 / QS-9000 / VDA 6.1. Cross drill/slot rotors is an ideal upgrade over OE brakes. Its purpose is to eliminate heat and to optimize braking power for all driving conditions. These performance brakes will be a great improvement for daily drivers. All specs are made precisely to replace OE parts. No modifications are required. All parts included in this item are brand new. Rotors are ready to install once received. Bedding is implied for all new brakes to maximize their performance. All installations are recommended to be done by professionals.

Cross Drilled was design to optimize air circulation, and help dissipate extreme heat build up from the friction that brake pads generate. This process is engineer to help the brake rotors operate at 150-200 degree cooler then OE brakes. The cross drill holes are chamfered to enhance the structural integrity by dispersing the stress evenly to prevent fracture.


Slotted was design to remove debris and heated gas trap between the surface friction of the brake pads and rotors, while providing additional griping power to the brakes. Our rounded slots are mill with equal depth on both end of the slot to provide a consistent performance throughout the life of the rotors.


Zinc Plating is a chemical process to prevent oxidation of the protected metal by forming a barrier. It's a series of process that involved electrons to form a non-ionic coating between Zinc-oxide and the rotors. Zinc-oxide is a fine white dust that does not cause a breakdown of the substrate's surface integrity as it is formed. Furthermore, silver Zinc-plating enhances the cosmetic of the vehicle.



 

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