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Motorcraft BRR227 Brake Rotor Assembly

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  • Ford Focus 2013, Brake Rotor by Motorcraft®. If you are looking for quality brake rotors for your vehicle, Motorcraft has the right product for you. Manufactured using quality cast iron, the brake rotor provides consistent hardness and strength and ensures uniform surface finish for smooth driving and stopping. Motorcraft brake rotors are designed specifically for each vehicle applications, which is why they don't need to be cut or turned prior to installation, saving your time and money.

    The product is made of 30,000-psi cast iron with metallurgical properties, providing consistent hardness and strength for maximum durability. Motorcraft brake rotors are 100% certified, straddle-finished, and mill-balanced to ensure uniform surface finish for smooth driving and stopping. Plus, the consistent process control on the chemical composition provides enhanced heat dissipation for long-term durability. The part meets strict Ford Motor Company standards on plate thickness to reduce high-temperature warping. Another advantage is that brake rotors feature precise chamfered bolt hole locations and diameters that prevent distortion when tightening lug nuts during installation.

  • The product is made of 30,000-psi cast iron with metallurgical properties, providing consistent hardness and strength for maximum durability. Motorcraft brake rotors are 100% certified, straddle-finished, and mill-balanced to ensure uniform surface finish for smooth driving and stopping. Plus, the consistent process control on the chemical composition provides enhanced heat dissipation for long-term durability. The part meets strict Ford Motor Company standards on plate thickness to reduce high-temperature warping. Another advantage is that brake rotors feature precise chamfered bolt hole locations and diameters that prevent distortion when tightening lug nuts during installation.

    The product is made of 30,000-psi cast iron with metallurgical properties, providing consistent hardness and strength for maximum durability. Motorcraft brake rotors are 100% certified, straddle-finished, and mill-balanced to ensure uniform surface finish for smooth driving and stopping. Plus, the consistent process control on the chemical composition provides enhanced heat dissipation for long-term durability. The part meets strict Ford Motor Company standards on plate thickness to reduce high-temperature warping. Another advantage is that brake rotors feature precise chamfered bolt hole locations and diameters that prevent distortion when tightening lug nuts during installation.

    #2511943 - 04/28/12 03:42 PM Re: Motorcraft vs. Ford Genuine Rotors [Re: White Falcon LS]
    White Falcon LS


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    Thanks for all the input! Unfortunately, no all went to plan. The Genuine Ford rotors were hard to find, and only one was available at the dealer. I bought that, and placed an order for a second rotor, which should arrive in 5-6 weeks time. Unfortunately, the Genuine rotors are not a popular item and the one I've purchased was in stock since 2006. The OE pads are not as fast moving as the Motorcrafts either.

    In the mean time, I looked at the Motorcraft rotors and some no name Chinese rotors. Both products came in the same white box, only the Motorcraft one had a Motorcraft sticker on it. Both weighed about the same, and I thought I had nothing to lose. I got 2 Chinese rotors for the mean time, to go with the Raybestos semi-metallic pads. The rears don't wear out easily, but when they do, I'll have some Akebono ceramics all round. I'll also have 2 spare OE rotors in the garage for a later date.

    Decided to be a bit productive today, and got some high temperature paint:









    These were taken after removing the masking tape, so they have not been cleaned. Will be doing that some time during the week. Now those areas shouldn't look brown and rusty.

    Will paint the calipers the same bronze/gold as well. Thinking of getting a set from the yard, painting and rebuilding them and saving myself some time with a spare set for later.
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    Lucifer: '01 GCC Spec Grand Marquis GS

    In Memory of Ned Nuss, Rick Richardson and Matt (2vmodular)

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  • #2511943 - 04/28/12 03:42 PM Re: Motorcraft vs. Ford Genuine Rotors [Re: White Falcon LS]
    White Falcon LS


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    Registered: 01/01/02
    Posts: 18864
    Loc: Earth
    Thanks for all the input! Unfortunately, no all went to plan. The Genuine Ford rotors were hard to find, and only one was available at the dealer. I bought that, and placed an order for a second rotor, which should arrive in 5-6 weeks time. Unfortunately, the Genuine rotors are not a popular item and the one I've purchased was in stock since 2006. The OE pads are not as fast moving as the Motorcrafts either.

    In the mean time, I looked at the Motorcraft rotors and some no name Chinese rotors. Both products came in the same white box, only the Motorcraft one had a Motorcraft sticker on it. Both weighed about the same, and I thought I had nothing to lose. I got 2 Chinese rotors for the mean time, to go with the Raybestos semi-metallic pads. The rears don't wear out easily, but when they do, I'll have some Akebono ceramics all round. I'll also have 2 spare OE rotors in the garage for a later date.

    Decided to be a bit productive today, and got some high temperature paint:









    These were taken after removing the masking tape, so they have not been cleaned. Will be doing that some time during the week. Now those areas shouldn't look brown and rusty.

    Will paint the calipers the same bronze/gold as well. Thinking of getting a set from the yard, painting and rebuilding them and saving myself some time with a spare set for later.
    _________________________
    Lucifer: '01 GCC Spec Grand Marquis GS

    In Memory of Ned Nuss, Rick Richardson and Matt (2vmodular)

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    Ford F-250 2001, Brake Rotor by Motorcraft®. If you are looking for quality brake rotors for your vehicle, Motorcraft has the right product for you. Manufactured using quality cast iron, the brake rotor provides consistent hardness and strength and ensures uniform surface finish for smooth driving and stopping. Motorcraft brake rotors are designed specifically for each vehicle applications, which is why they don't need to be cut or turned prior to installation, saving your time and money.

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Ford F-150 2010, Brake Rotor by Motorcraft®. If you are looking for quality brake rotors for your vehicle, Motorcraft has the right product for you. Manufactured using quality cast iron, the brake rotor provides consistent hardness and strength and ensures uniform surface finish for smooth driving and stopping. Motorcraft brake rotors are designed specifically for each vehicle applications, which is why they don't need to be cut or turned prior to installation, saving your time and money.