Adaptive One Coated
NAPA® Adaptive One® Coated Disc Brake Rotors
The Best Defense Against Rust and Corrosion
Adaptive One® Coated Rotors are corrosion resistant, so rotor edges and vanes stay cleaner longer, optimizing airflow and product performance. The coating also keeps rust from forming along the outer edges of the pad swept area to prevent rust-jacking.
Features and Benefits
Original Equipment matched design, and corrosion-resistant coating to provide a cleaner look on today’s vehicles
Recommended first replacement for newer vehicles with OE coated rotors
High-Carbon for improved cooling and noise abatement
Guaranteed quiet, certified safe, and competitively priced
Withstands 300+ hours accelerated corrosion resistance testing
Limited Lifetime warranty
ECE R90 Designation
Did You Know…
North America has no government certification or regulation that requires brake rotors to meet OE specifications.
Adaptive One Coated Rotors are Quality Tested and Priced to Beat the Original!
Adaptive One® Coated Rotors for European applications are ECE R90 family tested for optimum performance.
What is ECE R90?
ECE R90 (Economic Commission for Europe), is the standard in Europe for all
European platforms to validate brake parts, effective November 2016, this includes brake discs. The test consists of OE validation of brake discs, placed into family testing, based on design and size to ensure that a service brake disc performs within a prescribed tolerance of the Original Equipment (OE) part it is intended to replace.
Which Rotors Receive the ECE R90 Designation?
European applications offered in the U.S. will include the ECE R90 TESTED Icon on the part label. The label also identifies the rotor in the box as vented or solid and shows the position on the vehicle, front or rear.
Real World Proof
The rotors in the first image were completely submerged in 10 feet of water for several days during Tropical Storm Lee when the Susquehanna River overflowed its banks. When the water subsided, the uncoated rotors were covered in a layer of rust. The coated rotors were unaffected.
The rotors in the second image sat for three months in wet, moldy boxes at an NTB after Hurricane Harvey flooded the Houston area. This shows the difference between a coated and uncoated rotor. A picture is worth 1k words!
Newer passenger cars, light trucks, crossovers, SUVs, work utility vehicles, Asian and European imports.