Centric Rotors Manufacturing Process
Centric's brake rotors start with Original Equipment castings and vain configuration. The metallurgy of Centric's castings are strictly held to OE specifications.
The rotors are then straddle cut guaranteeing the most accurate machining process and finished to exact OE specifications. This is followed by double disc grinding to provide a double disc ground finish that ensures parallelism, a near zero run-out and near perfect DTV (Disc Thickness Variation).
Centric also provides their brake rotors with a non-directional finish for better pad-rotor break-in. Centric mill balances during its inspection process. Their rotors are mill-corrected to a tolerance of less than 2 ounces/inch.