EradiSpeed™ rotors feature premium high silicon content iron castings.
Rotor plates or outer rotor surfaces are cast with additional mass to absorb additional heat.
Internal curved and directional vanes maximize air flow and cooling.
Externally slotting and drilling alleviate friction losses from pad outgassing and a zinc chromate surface finish resists rust.
Counter rotational application of slots and holes further resists pad transfer and balance issues associated with patterns which run in the conventional direction of rotation.
Each gas relief hole drilled in an EradiSpeed rotor is located directly behind an internal vane and chamfered appropriately.
These details coupled with Baer’s material selection virtually eliminate durability concerns associated with drilling mere mortal rotors.
Three levels of EradiSpeed upgrade rotors provide the right performance enhancement levels for late model performance car, light truck or SUV applications.
EradiSpeed +1 and +2 Upgrades
Archimedes, a Greek mathematician c. 250 BC, was the first to explain the principle of the lever explaining how a large weight could be lifted by a relatively small weight by the use of a rigid lever and a properly positioned fulcrum.
The process was called leverage.
Archimedes, recognizing the power of leverage was quoted as saying, “Give me a place to stand and with a lever I will move the whole world.”
Larger diameter rotors generate more leverage (brake force / torque) in EradiSpeed+1 and +2 systems.
Increases in diameter vary by application, but once again all install WITHOUT BLEEDING and all truck and SUV applications make substantial improvements in brake torque and performance.
Weight is increased on all EradiSpeed+1 applications, but performance improvements more than offset this increase.
Prices vary by application, size of rotor and complication of supporting hardware to relocate calipers, but most range from $495 to $795, with the smaller Mustang GT priced at $255.