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Centric Parts upgrades rotors for Ford Focus ST

Posted on July 28, 2014

Centric Parts, a North American manufacturer and supplier of aftermarket brake components and systems, has introduced StopTech brand two-piece AeroRotor Replacement Kits (ARK) for the 2012-2014 Ford Focus ST.

The company says the new direct replacement rotors are available for front axles and include lighter-than-stock, pre-assembled StopTech two-piece, floating, directional AeroRotors with iron friction rings and aluminum AeroHats.

Available in drilled or slotted form, with or without a protective zinc coating, the new StopTech rotor upgrades expand Centric’s offerings for the Ford Focus ST, which already include replacement and upgrade rotors, lines, pads, calipers and more.

Details on the upgrade for 2012-2014 Ford Focus ST front (320x25mm) follow:

Bare Iron

 

 

Zinc Plated

 

 

 

Left

Right

 

Left

Right

Slotted

81.342.9911L

 

81.342.9911R

Slotted

81.342.9931L

81.342.9931R

Drilled

81.342.9921L

81.342.9921R

Drilled

81.342.9941L

81.342.9941R

 

 

 

 

 

 

Product Weights

 

 

 

 

 

Front

 

Weight (in lbs.)

Weight Diff.

 

 

Ford Focus ST OE Rotor

 

21.23

 

 

 

StopTech ARK Slotted

 

16.59

-4.64

 

 

StopTech ARK Drilled

 

16.10

-5.13

 

 

For more information, visit StopTech at http://www.stoptech.com.

Related Topics: brake components, Centric Parts, StopTech

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