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DemonPerformance
12-30-2013, 11:10 PM
Looking for a premium high performance, lightweight braking solution without breaking the bank? We’ve got something for you!


We’re glad to announce that we’ve got a new offering for a 2 piece rotor setup for stock replacement on all SRT8 models! We’ve been working closely with DBA for the past couple months to produce a premium 2 piece rotor setup for the entire SRT8 line up. Not only does that include the entire LX/LC SRT8 platform from 2005-2014, but that will also include all the Jeep SRT8s as well, WK1s from 2006-2010 and the WK2s from 2012-2014! We searched high and low to get some good pricing by a ton of different brake rotor manufacturers but none of them were competitive when it came to the $$$. We are not about to try and retail a pair of 2 piece rotors for over $1200 a pair! A lot of you guys have been asking for this so we’ve put the project into play now and these will be ready as early as the start of spring this year! When we started this project, we wanted to be able to cater to everyone, not just the heavy hitters!

These will be their 5000 series T3 2 Piece Rotors, they can be used for daily driving, mixed use street and strip, as well as full time racing! These will not only be awesome on the streets but they’ll be great for all you road course SRT8 owners out there! The front rotors will be apx 8.5 lbs lighter each than stock and the rears will be apx 5lbs lighter each than stock! Reduction in unsprung mass is always a big plus too :)
http://i1233.photobucket.com/albums/ff387/demonperformance/DBA5000Series_zps9ad80ca9.jpg (http://s1233.photobucket.com/user/demonperformance/media/DBA5000Series_zps9ad80ca9.jpg.html)

We will also be offering these in a slotted design as well as a slotted and dimpled design since a lot of you will want other slot style options. As you can see, these rotors utilize their patented Kangaroo Paw 144 diamond and tear drop pillar ventilation system so we cannot offer them in a drilled design like you can get with a conventional veined style rotor.
http://i1233.photobucket.com/albums/ff387/demonperformance/DBA2pieceslotted_zps32b07e24.jpg (http://s1233.photobucket.com/user/demonperformance/media/DBA2pieceslotted_zps32b07e24.jpg.html)

T3 Slot 48 precision CNC machined slots:

Tri-Symmetrical curve slots dampens the vibration harmonics or noise, which in turn provides you a quieter, more responsive and smoother brake pedal feel
Increased number of out-gassing exit points for brake pad friction gasses to escape through which increases the consistency and effectiveness of every brake stop
Universal slot design, which eliminates the need for left and right discs
Kangaroo Paw – 144 diamond and tear drop pillar ventilation system:

Increased surface area resulting in greater heat dissipation, minimizes brake fade and increases braking effectiveness
Prolongs service life for both pads and rotors, Reduces mechanical damage and associated costs
XG150 High Carbon Alloyed Iron:

An increase in thermal capacity property allows the rotor to handle constant extremes of heat over extended periods of time, minimizes warping and cracking and prolongs the service life of the rotor
Special formulation designed to respond to DBA’s TSP process, minimizes warping and cracking and prolongs the service life of the rotor
Thermographic Temperature Monitoring:

Heat paint markings change color at specific temperature thresholds, which offers the driver a clear indication of peak braking temperatures
When temperature thresholds are exceeded paint markings will permanently change colors, Allows the driver to monitor rotor fatigue and decide on rotor replacement and to assist resellers with warranty claims
Paint protection on non-friction areas:

Reduces corrosion, Stops any unsightly rust formation
Enhances appearance, adds value to the product and keeps them looking sharp at all times


Pricing for complete Rotors with Hats – T3 Slot, Std Slotted, or Slotted and Dimpled:

2005 - 2014 LX/LC SRT8 FRONT 2 Piece Rotors - $799 per pair + sh
2005 - 2014 LX/LC SRT8 REAR 2 Piece Rotors - $749 per pair + sh
2006 – 2010 Jeep Srt8 FRONT 2 Piece Rotors - $799 per pair + sh
2006 – 2010 Jeep Srt8 REAR 2 Piece Rotors - $749 per pair + sh
2012 - 2014 Jeep SRT8 FRONT 2 Piece Rotors - $849 per pair + sh
2012 - 2014 Jeep SRT8 FRONT 2 Piece Rotors - $749 per pair + sh
Pricing for Replacement Rotor Rings:

2005 - 2014 LX/LC SRT8 FRONT 2 Piece Rotors - $399 per pair + sh
2005 - 2014 LX/LC SRT8 REAR 2 Piece Rotors - $379 per pair + sh
2006 – 2010 Jeep Srt8 FRONT 2 Piece Rotors - $399 per pair + sh
2006 – 2010 Jeep Srt8 REAR 2 Piece Rotors - $379 per pair + sh
2012 - 2014 Jeep SRT8 FRONT 2 Piece Rotors - $429 per pair + sh
2012 - 2014 Jeep SRT8 FRONT 2 Piece Rotors - $379 per pair + sh


We are offering a discount for anyone that pre-orders them from us between now and the time we get them in from DBA! Again, we are expecting to have them in hand at the beginning of spring of this year!


Pre order discounts:

15% off per pair – Front OR Rear
20% off for a full Front AND Rear package
Same discounts apply for replacement ring purchases when purchased together

These brakes are made EXCLUSIVELY for Demon Performance by DBA so you won’t find them anywhere else!


Give us a shout to place your order today!

BuckeyeGuy
12-30-2013, 11:17 PM
Nice! Anything working for lightweight RT front rotors?

DemonPerformance
12-30-2013, 11:35 PM
That's next on the list! We were trying to get it all done in one shot but we were only able to commit to 150 full sets for now so we spread it across the SRT8 lines(fronts and rears and replacement ring sets, so you could imagine how costly it is). As soon as we start moving some of those out though we'll have them get started on the R/T lineup, we've already provided all the info/specs they need for them as well. Can't make any timeline guarantees but I'm hoping to have them done for a mid/late 2014 launch

srt8-in-largo
12-31-2013, 01:08 AM
:popcorn:

bryan24207
12-31-2013, 01:13 AM
so $1600 front and rear..wow some people have deep pockets! :pepper:

Meech
12-31-2013, 01:20 AM
^^^Not me, Bryan^^^ I will stick with the OEM SRT Rotors, cheap to keep and I always have fun thinning them out on my own. Nevertheless, I can see these for drag racers, nice design, great product, just out of my reach.

Meech

BuckeyeGuy
12-31-2013, 01:44 PM
Only looking for fronts, already have the 15 inch conversion on the rear, and pricing would really determine what is worth it based on weight difference

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MOL SRT-8
01-02-2014, 12:55 AM
So if I pre-order a set of 4 when will they be ready to ship?

I have a couple of customers that would love to have them.

DemonPerformance
01-02-2014, 11:41 AM
We're looking at getting them in hand at the start of spring as per DBA's manufacturing schedule/timeline. Once they come in we just need to package and ship! Shoot us a call, we can also set you up with a shop rate as well.

01-03-2014, 09:05 AM
These definitely make a lot of sense for you guys looking to lose some weight in the rotating mass department without sacrificing braking performance!!

Theblackone
01-03-2014, 09:43 AM
I will keep that in mind, I need to replace the front before I bring the car out of Winter Hibernation.

Any special Pad recommendation with these?

01-03-2014, 10:56 AM
Pads are entirely up to you. I wouldn't recommend pads from a local parts store but like I said, its completely up to you.

Junior21
01-03-2014, 10:57 AM
Dang it Demon, always spending my $$$$$$, this is so tempting, Im sure I'll talk myself into it.

lu047w
01-07-2014, 12:47 PM
I see a lot of information but nothing on rotor sizes.

DemonPerformance
01-07-2014, 04:24 PM
Stock SRT8 sized, no larger, no smaller. These are meant to be an OEM replacement setup

MOL SRT-8
08-18-2014, 07:21 PM
Any updates on these? Last we talked you were still waiting on rears.

subzero05
10-28-2014, 10:34 AM
Any updates on these? Last we talked you were still waiting on rears.

any word on this older thread?. I know Hurst has their limited production 2 piece race rotors and I'm seriously looking that those. They look sick and were produced for a couple SCCA teams

never-enough
05-19-2015, 11:27 PM
Any updates on this?
I'm looking at my options for 2-piece rotors on the srt brembos and I've only found a few.
This set seems to be a good option but I haven't found any other info on this set up

never-enough
06-06-2015, 08:46 PM
I guess the hurst option is the way to go!

MOL SRT-8
06-08-2015, 10:29 PM
I guess. The OP logs in but I guess we can't get an answer.