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AP Racing Rear Slotted Rotors Nissan GT-R R35

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AP Racing Rear Slotted Rotors Nissan GT-R R35

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AP Racing Rear Slotted Rotors Nissan GT-R R35

AP Racing Brake Discs utilise state of the art materials and design techniques to offer the optimum performance / cooling characteristics.

The AP Racing range of Solid & Ventilated Brake Discs have been developed with the benefit of our unparalleled experience in racing brake technology to respond to the severe demands encountered under competition conditions.

AP Racing operate a continuous product improvement policy on brake discs, using feedback from in-house dynomometer and track testing. Design, materials and machining techniques are constantly reviewed to improve performance.

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