Behind every Bendix disc brake rotor lies OE expertise, leading technology and precision engineering so you can put your foot down with confidence.

A Complete Brake Solution Range From a Trusted Source

Bendix Rotors offer the very latest in braking technology and manufacturing processes. Innovative technologies like SwiftFit Coating for faster, easier installation, Stealth Advanced Metallurgy for cleaner, quieter braking and Matrix Machining for smoother, more consistent stopping performance, Bendix rotors are the perfect compliment to the extensive Bendix brake pad range.

These leading technologies combined with Bendix's unparalleled experience and absolute quality assurance ensure the new generation of Bendix brake disc rotors is ready for the demands of today's vehicles and beyond.

Bendix Disc Rotor

SwiftFit Coating

Bendix rotors feature SwiftFit surface protection that allows the rotor to be fitted immediately without the need to clean anti-rust oil or coating from the surface. SwiftFit surface protection prevents corrosion of the rotor resulting in an unlimited shelf life, longer fault free service and a rust free rotor hat which is often visible behind open alloy wheels. Frequently with uncoated conventional rotors, corrosion can impact the rotor mating with the wheel hub face over time and create a vibration that will feel like a wheel imbalance.

Swift Fit Coating

Stealth Advance Metallurgy

Bendix Rotors incorporate improved noise dampening characteristics and heat dissipation by utilising STEALTH Metallurgy which optimises graphite flake formation.

Stealth Advanced Metallurgy

Matrix Machining

Bendix Rotors feature advanced technology machining that ensures parallelism and eliminates lateral run out to absolute minimal disc thickness variation (DTV). The controlled finish on the working surface ensures quiet, smooth trouble free braking from the first brake application. This allows fitters to install Bendix Rotors without the extra work required with rotors using an inferior finish.

Matrix Machining
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