We received inquiries for other type of finish than Open Slots. This post is to explain the reason behind our consolidation of disc finish to "Open Slots" over years of testimonial and feedback from our customers from streets and tracks.
Here is what Jim's (Z06 racer) comment on the reason why he prefers 'open slots':
"Yes, I track my car on the open track or lapping days at Miller Motorsports Park in the Salt Lake City area, and have shown quite a few people the open slot design. I like the concept of the brake dust having someplace to go in the open slot, and hopefully some additional cooling air circulation…"
If you look up our recent pre-order group buy activities you shall get an idea why "Open Slots" has been unanimously chosen by those enthusiasts.
Infiniti G37S Front
Infiniti G37 Rear
Out of these newly released two piece rotors only a few CTS-V rear were made to "Surface Slots" finish for those customers already owned "slotted" RB front.
RB was the first brake company introduced two piece rotors for EVO 8 and STi back in 2004, and subsequently released several technological advanced designs built into our two piece rotors.
This is "Frankencar" just commented on RB two rotors under 2004 R32 thread
"RB rotors are very hi quality and are loaded with the latest innovations in Iron rotor technology. I will need to post pics of my 300x25's soon."
It seems most our customers have agreed "Open Slots" is a proven brake technology that can end the confusion and debate of what type of disc finish to choose
Just like anything an innovative product w/o the supports from consumers can never be good and with your supports we can further reduce our cost in production and inventory and in turn the consumers are benefited.
Thank you for reading.