348x30mm, drilled and coated brake rotor
If you are experiencing pulsating through the brake pedal, grinding sounds, or there is a lip on your rotors it is likely time to replace them. When replacing brake rotors it is imperative to replace them in matched pairs for the best performance and service life of your braking system.
Commonly referred to as a Brake Disc or a Brake Rotor, these components play a vital role in your braking system. When applying the brake pedal, this produces hydraulic fluid pressure which then transfers the pressure from the pedal through your braking system and into your brake calipers. The caliper pistons then apply pressure against your brake pads squeezing them inward against your brake rotors ultimately causing friction and stopping the vehicle. Brake rotors are a regular maintenance item which requires either servicing by means of machine work, or most commonly replacement when they become too thin, pulsate, glaze, or grind from worn-out brake pads. It's recommended to replace the brake pads and rotors at the same time.Disc Brake Rotor Failure Symptoms
- Hot spots
- A noticeable lip on the rotors outer edge
Founded in Germany, Otto Zimmermann has been developing, producing, and selling braking components for more than six decades. Zimmermann offers OE quality rotors for every European make including Audi, BMW, Porsche, and VW.
FCP has offered Zimmerman rotors for over a decade, they are our best selling and most trusted rotor company. Zimmermann discs have proven their reliability and performance on our 2018 Volkswagen GTI TCR race cars. Bringing us a TC America Championship in 2019. We offer Zimmermann's full line of rotors for your European vehicle.