As with most brake system upgrades, rotors can make a significant difference in the performance of your braking system. There are numerous options when deciding what type of rotor to go with. Slotted, Cross-drilled and oversized rotors and even Slotted/Cross-drilled combo's are some of the options available.
Cross-drilled rotors have holes drilled in them. Brake pads will outgas and under use may create a boundary layer of gas between the pad and the disc hurting braking performance. Cross-drilling gives that gas somewhere to go to help eliminate that problem.
Slotted rotors have shallow channels machined into the disc to help remove dust, gas and water in wet environments.
You can also get oversized rotors to help with the leverage that the caliper has on the wheel. However, an additional kit may be required in order to get this type of rotor to fit with the stock caliper.
Titans kits are made to fit your specific make and model of vehicle. If you don't see your application please contact us for a price quote.