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RacingBrake.com Two Piece Rotor Torque Instructions

The hardware design requires precise torque to ensure proper floating function.

These rotors have been assembled and checked manually with a torque wrench prior to shipment. DO NOT attempt to further tighten hardware. Tightening the hardware beyond specifications can be as dangerous as under-tightening and can lead to service failure.

The hardware is self-locking and does not require thread lock (such as blue Loc-Tite). If you have to retighten any loose or dissembled fasteners you should use thread locker and follow the torque sequence diagram.

The recommended torque for the hardware is 108-120 in-lb.
Two-piece rotor
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