More Classic Owners Are Upgrading To Performance Brake Discs

Rossini Performance Brake Discs


According to one of the UK’s leading Brake disc suppliers, demand for performance brake discs for Classic vehicles is soaring.

Mark Cornwall of Car Parts Direct, the UK distributor of Rossini Performance Brake Discs, said, “We are used to supplying Performance Brake discs for the latest Audi, BMW’s and Mercedes, what has amazed us though is the huge demand from owners of Classis cars.”

Demand is being fueled by a combination of recent advancements in brake disc technology and a breed of Classic enthusiast who simply wants to fit the best brakes available. Other Classic owners upgrade through necessity because the original brakes provide such poor braking - even dangerous in some cases. Then there is the Classic owner who has improved his vehicles engine performance well beyond its original intended capability - for this driver an upgrade is essential.

The supplier of Rossini Performance Brake Discs claims a combination of improved compounds in the brake disc manufacture, a blend of Titanium and Manganese helps to increase the discs tensile strength. Drilling allows the disc to cool quicker and prevents warping. Grooves in the disc reduce brake pad glaze and repel brake dust whilst also removing moisture. The grooving increases brake grip - instantly. Then there is the unique Rossini logo stamped in to the face of the disc which gives early warning of any uneven wear - and when the Rossini logo disappears altogether the discs are ready for replacement.

Mark Cornwall of Car Parts Direct said, “We have just appointed some of the leading Classic Marque specialists in the UK to deal with the increased demand from Classic owners. These specialists carry the range of Rossini Performance discs for their range of vehicles. The specialists can advise their customers on the best brake pads to suit their style of driving - and all the specialists provide a fast mail order service”

Rossini Performance Brake Discs start from around a £100 a pair. To find out more contact the Rossini specialists.

18 August 2005 Staff

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