Sunday, January 24

GPe Rotor Range Launched by Sparta Brakes

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Source: Sparta Brakes announcement

KENT, Wash. –Sparta Brakes (Sparta Evolution) announced its new line of entry level, OE equivalent brake rotors known as the GPe range.

Designed to replicate the original-equipment rotor as closely as possible, Sparta incorporates a straight vane cooling design, and precise final machining to match the factory product dimensions for a simple, trouble-free installation.

Sparta also improves the durability over the original-equipment brake discs by casting the GPe rotors from their proprietary GX3.0 iron alloy, and then coats the non-friction areas with a high temp paint to reduce surface corrosion.

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The rotors share much of their design attributes with Sparta’s more popular street performance rotors the GP1, but the GPe line comes plain faced, meaning with no slotting, to keep costs down and to extend pad wear over slotted designs.

“Sparta’s GPe range was founded on the idea that high quality, durable and safe replacement rotors should be available to everyone.” Yoni Kellman, Sparta Sales and Marketing Manager continues: “GPe rotors incorporate all the typical features you’d expect from a quality aftermarket replacement brake rotor, but at a price point anyone can afford.”

Sparta Brakes is a global entity with various tier one and tier two companies in its DNA, which contribute to the world-class engineering advancements and a quality-first attitude that Sparta prides itself on.

About Sparta Brakes

Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Kent, Wash., Sparta Brakes was created as a performance division of Mando, one of the largest global Tier One Automotive Original Equipment suppliers to General Motors, Ford, Fiat Chrysler Automobile, Tesla, Nissan, Hyundai, KIA, Volkswagen, BMW, Suzuki and many others.

Sparta is a world-class designer and manufacturer of high-performance brake systems, specifically engineered for motorsports and high-performance street applications. The company’s proprietary forging process enhances the quality, performance and aesthetics of our brake products.

Housed in a state-of-the-art facility, its headquarters features engineering and manufacturing capabilities that utilize the latest in CAD software and CNC machines to produce the finest quality components, from initial design to final production. The use of CAD software to run analyses like FEA, CFD and thermal analysis ensures that our braking components are as strong, lightweight and efficient as possible before going into prototyping and production.

The key to Sparta’s success is that it is able to oversee the entire process in-house, in the United States.

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