C8 Corvette Z06 Girodisc A1-320 Front Rotor Conversion (for Z07 CCB) 1 "a"

$2,211.00

C8 Corvette Z06 Girodisc A1-320 Front Rotor Conversion (for Z07 CCB)

$2,211.00

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Fitment: Chevrolet Corvette C8 Z06 With Factory Z07 CCB Rotors

This Girodisc two-piece rotor kit is a direct replacement for the front rotors on the Chevrolet Corvette C8 Z06 with the factory Z07 carbon ceramic brakes. Girodisc two-piece, fully-floating rotor assemblies are direct replacements for the carbon ceramic rotors and utilize the factory calipers, but with a slightly different pad shape commonly known as D1405. This is the exact pad shape used in the C8 Z06 without the Z07 package. Please contact us at (844) 438-7244 if you'd like some help finding pads.

Girodisc rotor rings are machined from a proprietary casting made of high-carbon steel formulated to Girodisc’s specifications. This superior metallurgy results in a rotor that holds up better, and the 72 curved vanes act as a centrifugal pump pulling air in through the hub to effectively cool the rotors under hard use. The 2-piece design means a reusable hat which can be attached to new rings (part number D1-320) when they need to be replaced.

All major components including the hats, rotor rings, and drive pins are manufactured in-house at the Girodisc facility in Bellingham, WA, from domestically-sourced materials. The hat is made from 6061-T6 aluminum and coated in a black anodized finish. The drive pins are made from a high-strength steel alloy and cadmium-plated for corrosion resistance. All rotors are assembled with spring clips and washers for race-ready float while also being street-friendly with no noise from loose hardware.

The minimum thickness at which we recommend replacing these rings is 34mm. We also recommend replacing them if a crack leads to the edge of the ring.

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