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New StopTech GCX Disc Brake Rotors Are Designed to Resist Corrosion
Centric Parts says its in-house engineering team has designed
GCX rotors to match original equipment with fully
machined non-friction surfaces improving rotor balance
and eliminating vibrations.
<p>Centric Parts says its in-house engineering team has designed <br />GCX rotors to match original equipment with fully <br />machined non-friction surfaces improving rotor balance <br />and eliminating vibrations.</p>

The new line of StopTech GCX disc brake rotors from Centric Parts are specially engineered to restore OE performance and provide superior protection from rust and corrosion, even in extremely harsh conditions.

The company says these innovative rotors feature a partial Geomet coating on the friction surface, resulting in a 10% faster pad bed-in while eliminating annoying corrosion rings. They also feature a full Geomet coating on all non-mating surfaces, which inhibits rust formation and helps provide long-lasting corrosion resistance.

Centric Parts’ in-house engineering team has designed GCX rotors to match original equipment with fully machined non-friction surfaces improving rotor balance and eliminating vibrations. A double disc ground finish eliminates lateral run-out and DTV (disk thickness variation) issues on the rotor and improves pad-rotor bed-in.

StopTech GCX disc brake rotors provide coverage for both import and domestic passenger vehicles and light trucks. The line offers over 475 SKUs and covers over 80% of the vehicles on the road today.

Centric Parts is a part of APC Automotive Technologies LLC, an automotive aftermarket undercar parts platform. Centric Parts is also a manufacturer and supplier of aftermarket brake and chassis components for passenger vehicles, light and medium duty trucks, fleet vehicles, high performance vehicles, and racecars. Centric products are marketed under the Centric, C-Tek, Posi Quiet, Fleet Performance, StopTech and PQ Pro brands.

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