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DBA T2 Street Series Slotted Rotors - Rear Pair (94-04 GT, V6)

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Features, Video & Details

  • Improves Braking Power; Increases Initial "Bite"
  • "Kangaroo Paw" Ventilated Design Improves Heat Dissipation
  • T2 Curve Slotted Design Provides Even Pad Wear and Minimizes Glazing
  • Quieter, Smoother, and More Responsive Brake Pedal Feel
  • Non-Directional Design
  • Intended for Street Use
  • Fits 1994 to 2004 V6 and GT - (Rear Pair)

Review & Installation Video

Review & Install Video

Hey I’m Justin with and I have with me DBA’s T2 street series slotted rotors fitting all 94 and newer Mustangs. Disk Brake Australia or DBA, as you might have guessed is an Australian based company that specializes in manufacturing a wide variety of brake rotors, a lot of which are of the high performance variety. At first glance, you can see the T2 rotors feature this unique curved slotted design, which is a little different to traditional slotted rotors which typically feature a series of straight lines. DBA says this is going to help the pad bite down initially, and reduce vibration, making for stronger, smoother braking. They also say it’s going to help even out pad wear, and reduce glazing on the rotor surface. Besides the functional benefits of that slotted design, you really can’t deny that these rotors are going to look awesome behind a set of open faced wheels, like our Saleens here. There’s just something about a set of drilled or slotted rotors, that adds that look of performance to the car. Rounding out the appearance side of things, the T2’s have also been coated with this matte black here, just to reduce any corrosion or rust. The T2’s also feature DBA’s patented kangaroo cooling system, this refers to the ventilation present between the two friction surfaces, basically if you were to remove the front of the rotor here, you’d see a number of diamond shaped pillars, as opposed to the traditional straight vein or straight line design. This design adds about 60% more surface area to dissipate heat better, greatly reducing brake fade in high heat applications, such as repetitive high speed stops typically found on a race track. Even though DBA refers to the T2’s as their street series, I personally wouldn’t hesitate to throw them on a street car that does see a significant amount of track time, for the reasons I just mentioned. Even though these rotors will increase your braking performance, ultimately investing in a quality pad and fluid will be your best bet in reducing brake fade while on the track. Installing a new set of brake rotors on your late model Mustang is probably one of those things that sound a lot harder than it actually is, the reality is, once you have the wheels off, removing the old rotors and putting the new ones on is just a couple of bolts, so when it’s all said and done, just leave yourself a couple of hours to get everything bolted up. Oftentimes people focus on the performance side of things without giving much thought to their braking capabilities which can get you into trouble real quick. That’s why improving areas of your Mustangs braking, like checking out a set of these rotors from DBA, will not only increase your safety, but they’ll also look good behind the wheels while doing so, so be sure to check out the entire DBA lineup available right here at

Improves Braking. DBA uses a bi-symmetrical curved slotted pattern on their T2 Street Series Rotors that improves braking performance and provides even pad wear minimising glazing of pad surfaces for longer life.

Reduces Noise. The unique bi-symmetrical design of the DBA T2 Street Series Slotted Rotor dampens vibration harmonics (noise), resulting in a quieter, smoother, and more responsive brake pedal feel.

Non-directional. The T2 Street Series Brake Rotor features a non-directional slotted design that eliminates the need for left and right discs, making installation simple and straight forward.

Kangaroo Paw Design. DBA's patented "Kangaroo Paw" ventilation design, runs cooler, stronger, and outperforms traditional straight vane vented disc rotors by up to 20%.

Application. This pair of DBA T2 Street Series Slotted Brake Rotors are specifically designed to fit the rear of the 1994 to 2004 GT and V6 Mustangs, excludes Cobra, Bullitt and Mach 1 models.

Fitment: 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Details

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  • (2) non-directional brake rotors
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  • None Required
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will they fit on a foxbody I'm looking to do a 5 lug conversion and want to know if these will fit on my 1993 foxbody.

  • No, the DBA T2 Street Series Slotted Rotors - Rear Pair (94-04 GT, V6) will not work. You would need to get the Replacement Front Rotor - 5 Lug (84-86 SVO, 79-93 5 Lug Conversion) (Item #53231) However, if you need to do an entire conversion, we sell an entire kit for that, the Complete 5-Lug Conversion Kit - 28 Spline (87-93 5.0L) (Item #386650) Which you can find here:

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Overall Rating 5

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Installation Time:Afternoon

  • Fit 5 5
  • Bang For Your Buck 4.25 4.3
  • Stopping Power 5 5

  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    October 22, 2015

    Looks great while stopping you quick

    I decided on these brake discs after a month of going back and forth between DBA and hawk. Many times I went to google and asked which one was best. I found the pros and cons of each and I found DBA to be the better brand. I found that hawk has started using cheaper Chinese castings. Whether this is true of not would have to be answered by hawk. But let's get back to the DBA discs. They arrive boxed up like every other disc you receive. But there's where the similarities end. DBA bags them in a very thick plastic with multiple moisture packs in it. They are clean of that packing grease found all over cheaper brands and are very nice out of the box. The black finish of the hub area is powder coated and doesn't just flake off. You can tell the quality of DBA is their highest priority by the fitment of the disc. It just fits perfectly. The slots are non directional and really do a nice job of making brake fade nonexistent. From a price point, if you're not going to be racing it, don't bother. But if you're a weekend warrior and want great brakes and excellent craftmanship these are your discs.


    Year: 2003 Submodel: GT Jacksonville Fla

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    July 22, 2014

    DBA T2 Street Series

    Long time AM customer - This set of rotors is the second set placed on my 2003 GT since I've been the owner. They look great and have excellent stopping power with the slotted design. Install is normal for brakes and they are a great fit. Price is a little above average, but that's what you get with a brand name like DBA.


    Year: 2003 Submodel: GT Jersey Shore

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    February 21, 2014


    If your looking for some stopping power but don't have deep pockets. These dba t2 street series slotted rotors are just for you. Great bit when braking and my favorite silent when coming to a stop. An investment I would recommend


    Year: 2002 Submodel: GT Arvin, CA 93203, USA

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    August 19, 2013


    good product for your mustang i would recomend these for any mod upgrade


    Year: 2002 Submodel: V6

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