Page Mill Two-Piece Stock Diameter Front Rotors for Tesla Model 3

(3 customer reviews)


Reduce unsprung weight and improve cooling while keeping your 18″ wheels!


  • Stock sizing, perfect fit, keep your Aero wheels!
  • Lightweight, visually stunning two-piece rotor
  • Aluminum anodized hat made from US-Sourced 6061-T6
  • Optimal cooling, directional rotors with curved vanes
  • Made in the USA
  • Rotors made by Girodisc Racing Brakes, a leading brake supplier with winning experience in the highest level of motorsport.
  • Significant weight reduction from the factory rotors.

Fits these vehicles: Model 3 RWD, Dual Motor, Performance w/o PUP

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We have produced the same beautiful design as our Page Mill 365mm Front Big Brake Kit, but in the stock diameter for the front of the Model 3. These Page Mill Two-Piece Stock Diameter Front Rotors for Tesla Model 3 are the same diameter as your stock rotors, but offer the benefits of a lightweight aluminum tophat and curved directional vanes for significantly improved cooling. As these rotors are the same diameter as factory, any wheels that fit with the OEM brakes will also fit with these rotors.

The pad wear is extremely rapid at elevated temperatures, and so a curved vane disc with improved airflow goes a long way to improving rear pad life under aggressive driving and keeping the brakes inside of their thermal window. The slotted discs also help clean the pads, prevent glazing, and ensure the pads are as consistent as possible.

These rotors install very quickly, any competent shop will be able to do this job quickly.

Weight reduction: OEM Front Rotor: 21.09lb, MPP Front Rotor: 16.55lb

If you’re using 19″ wheels, or even aftermarket 18″ wheels we highly recommend going with our 365mm Front Big Brake Kit, which utilizes the stock caliper and a larger rotor. This is by far the best value big brake upgrade available for the Tesla Model 3.

We also recommend our MPP Page Mill 2 Piece Rear Rotor Kit to go along with these front discs. You can see those rotors here: MPP Page Mill 2 Piece Rear Rotor Kit

This kit includes the following:

  • (2) Rotor rings and rotor hats assembled and ready to be installed on the car. They are directional so be sure to install them on the correct side!

3 reviews for Page Mill Two-Piece Stock Diameter Front Rotors for Tesla Model 3

  1. Daniel Wang

    One of the biggest issues I have with the model 3 are the poor brakes. Yes, the stock caliper are brembos 4-pot but the stock rotors are absolutely terrible. They are heavy, not a true two piece floating rotor. I suspect Tesla was trying to save money by using casted rotors/casted hats to keep the costs down. However after a couple laps on the track you can immediately feel brake fade. Quite simply, the rotors and stock pads get so heat soaked that they stop working their full potential. MPP has sourced a USA manufacturer with a strong history of making brakes and custom aluminum rotor hats. I’ve used these brake rotors from this manufacturer since 1995 when I owned my BMW M3. I am glad to know that MPP contracted with this same group to get a big rotor kit that is compatible with the stock AWD calipers. No more brake fade, large thermal heat capacity, and quicker heat shedding from these upgrade rotors. Furthermore, with the aluminum rotor at the heat transfer to the hub is reduced significantly. But what really made the biggest difference to me was the reduction of weight. The weight saving of unsprung rotational mass made the car feel snappier and more concise. The only downside of these rotors that could have been designed a bit better is a better floating rotor hat design. It’s not a true floating rotor but it is a 2-piece rotor bolted on to the disc with solid hardware. They probably went with this design because floating rotors have been known to make a chattering noise at times.

  2. kenwu

    I love these rotors on my M3SR+ Braking has improved dramatically and looks awesome, well made.

  3. mmyers300

    Very nice rotors. Bought them mostly for weight savings but watch my entire review and DIY install with temp testing vs OEM rotors.

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