T3 4000 Series Rotors are DBA’s most advanced one-piece brake rotor on the market. These rotors are designed to perform in extreme road and race applications for your Pontiac G8 GT.
T3 Slot 48 precision CNC machined slots: A Tri-Symmetrical curve slots dampens the vibration harmonics or noise. Increased number of out-gassing exit points for brake pad friction gasses to escape through Increases the consistency and effectiveness of every brake stop. Universal slot design Eliminates the need for left and right discs.
Kangaroo Paw – 144 diamond and tear drop pillar ventilation system: Increased surface area resulting in greater heat dissipation Minimizes brake fade and increases braking effectiveness. Increased surface area resulting in greater heat dissipation Prolongs service life for both pads and rotors. Reduces mechanical damage and associated costs.
XG150 High Carbon Alloyed Iron: An increase in thermal capacity property allows the rotor to handle constant extremes of heat over extended periods of time Minimizes warping and cracking and prolongs the service life of the rotor. Special formulation designed to respond to DBA’s TSP process Minimizes warping and cracking and prolongs the service life of the rotor. Thermographic Temperature Monitoring Heat paint markings change color at specific temperature thresholds Offers the driver a clear indication of peak braking temperature. When temperature thresholds are exceeded paint markings will permanently change colors Allows the driver to monitor rotor fatigue and decide on rotor replacement and to assist resellers with warranty claims.
Paint protection on non-friction areas: Reduces corrosion Stops any unsightly rust formation. Enhances appearance Adds value to the product
Sold by the Pair Front, AND DISCOUNTED for both Rear or Front and Rear.
For Pontiac G8 GT Only
WARNING! California Proposition 65
WARNING: This Product Can Expose You To Certain Chemicals Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer Or Reproductive Toxicity, Such As Lead Or DI(2-Ethylhexyl) Phthalate.