Brake Disc

Brake Disc

The brake disc (or rotor) is the rotating part of a wheel's disc brake assembly, it works alongside the brake pads to slow the car down or to bring the vehicle to a stop as safely as possible. An advantage of discs is that they can dissipate heat more quickly than drums so there is less risk of overheating.

Excellent Features

TS16949 certification

OEM design and construction for durability, fit, and superior stopping power function

Correct look and exact fitment for trouble-free installation

Reduced chance of vibration and warping

Ultra smooth braking with positive pedal feel

Engineered to withstand 120 hours of salt spray testing

Air gap eliminates brake fade and increases pad life

Non-directional finish decreases break-in time


Bolt Circle Diameter:139.7 mm

Bolt Hole Quantity:6

Discard Thickness:28 mm

Height:55.5 mm

Nominal Thickness:30 mm

Outside Diameter:330 mm


For all vehicles with hydraulic brake system including disc brake conversion.

Car, Electric car, Pick up, SUV, Van, Light truck, Middle bus, Boat Trailer, Multi-purpose passenger vehicle (MPV), Light commercial vehicle (LCV), Golf cart, Recreational vehicle, Burden carrier, Tow tractor, Electric tram and cart, Off-road, Racing car, Hot rod, Motorsport, Tuning car, Modified car, Motorcycle, Scooter, ATV, UTV, Three wheeler, Antique car, Vintage car, Classic car etc


When you apply the brakes in your car it doesn’t just come to a stop on its own. Instead Over period of time the brake discs will start to wear, affecting the overall performance of the braking system which can make driving particularly dangerous. In wet, wintery conditions especially it takes longer to stop in the first place, so it’s vital that the brake disc on all four wheels is checked regularly for signs of wear or damage.


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