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RacingBrake.com Direction of Rotation

For optimal performance follow these instructions:

DIRECTION OF ROTATION
Direction of rotation

- Ready to install. Final precision grinding and balance are done at factory.
- Clean friction surfaces with brake cleaner.
- Torque lug nuts to O.E. specifications. Never over torque.
- Follow break-in procedures if new pads are installed.

Note: The above direction of rotation is to show the surface slotting and/or drilling direction of straight vane rotors.

If the rotors have curved (directional) vanes, the cooling vanes were made in opposite direction to these slottings for optimum performance as illustrated below:

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