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Old 03-21-2012, 02:42 PM   #1
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My drilled n slotted rotors came in!

Got my rotors in will update pics when I get em on

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Nice! What kinda pads are you going with?
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Old 03-21-2012, 03:41 PM   #4
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Nice! What kinda pads are you going with?
Ceramic stopteks
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Old 03-21-2012, 08:11 PM   #5
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Nice got em on they look clean!

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Re: My drilled n slotted rotors came in!

sweet
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Nice got em on they look clean!
Looks really good
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Nice got em on they look clean!
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Old 03-21-2012, 11:12 PM   #9
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Looking good. Is your braking noticeably improved now?
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Looking good. Is your braking noticeably improved now?
Yes and a lot, with the stocks I would have to push down dramatically, with these you tap them and they grab nicely. I haven't really tested them to the extreme ima wait to break them in then I'll really push them
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Nice got em on they look clean!
How much did they cost?
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How much did they cost?
Cheap everything was like 250
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Let's say your doing a 1/4 mile and at the end u need to stop. ( obviously. . Well. Slotted and drilled rotor will not improve your stopping distance if anything they might slightly increase it. The slotted rotors have an advantage only when it comes to repeat breaking because they dissipate heat better this means that slotted and drilled are better for racing around a track as a matter of fact. Plus they look better There is a similar story with ceramic brakes but I'll get to that later. Don't get me wrong. I have ceramic. And will buy slotted and drilled rotors When its time for new ones.
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Let's say your doing a 1/4 mile and at the end u need to stop. ( obviously. . Well. Slotted and drilled rotor will not improve your stopping distance if anything they might slightly increase it. The slotted rotors have an advantage only when it comes to repeat breaking because they dissipate heat better this means that slotted and drilled are better for racing around a track as a matter of fact. Plus they look better There is a similar story with ceramic brakes but I'll get to that later. Don't get me wrong. I have ceramic. And will buy slotted and drilled rotors When its time for new ones.
I knw I didnt get these for performance I got them mainly for looks but they perform great! They just do a sound when I let go of the break but the the shop says it will go away when they get broken in
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Where did you order these from?
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Re: My drilled n slotted rotors came in!

they really make the rims look a lot better don't they !!!
I put them on my Mach 1 a few years back , I Dig 'em
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they really make the rims look a lot better don't they !!!
I put them on my Mach 1 a few years back , I Dig 'em
Yea they do make em look much better

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Re: My drilled n slotted rotors came in!

Very nice...you have the perfect wheels too, you can see so much of the rotors and calipers

I have slotted/dimpled rotors on mine and I've been told they make some noise while cruising...my buddy was cruising along side me and he said it sounds like they are pushing some serious air
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Very nice...you have the perfect wheels too, you can see so much of the rotors and calipers

I have slotted/dimpled rotors on mine and I've been told they make some noise while cruising...my buddy was cruising along side me and he said it sounds like they are pushing some serious air
Thnks man I knw I love how they look. Yea the noise went away now thank god. I just had to break em in!
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What drilled slot rotors do?
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Wow those look beautiful
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What drilled slot rotors do?
They help you stop better n aloof the rotors to cool down faster. I mainly got em for looks but perform great

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Does anyone know anything about nickle plated rotors?
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Re: My drilled n slotted rotors came in!

good, looks like they have a protective coating on them, you want that for sure to prevent rust.
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Re: My drilled n slotted rotors came in!

weren't you selling your car the other day?
looks good though!
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weren't you selling your car the other day?
looks good though!
I still am this thread is like week n a half old
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