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Old 02-24-2013, 06:55 PM   #1
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I found some brand new Ford racing drilled and slotted rotors on cl for a hundred dollars, first off are t they worth the money or will my stock ones be about as good, just a good deal and felt I'd ask.... Thanks. BTW there just the front ones...
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This is what they look like
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If they're not scratched or anything I think it's a good deal. The local auto zone sells dura last rotors for $40 a pop. Take a look at them first though
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I hate mine..they make a slight sound on braking almost like a baseball card in your bicycle tire
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Supposably there brand new.. Said he got them for his mach 1 but didn't fit......
But there loud u say?
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Look on Ebay. I recall getting Front and rear for 150 with pads. Also, better one or the other(drill Vs slot) than both. Read up online search. It's been more than a year and I have CR*P for memory...
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Yea I was doing a little research and it seems having both makes them loose strength, correct me if im wrong but it seems the holes were to help with brake gases, which apparently arent much of an issue with newer brake pads, and like NJ said above they can be loud.... Seems like I can live with out them haha thanks for your guys input
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Yea I was doing a little research and it seems having both makes them loose strength, correct me if im wrong but it seems the holes were to help with brake gases, which apparently arent much of an issue with newer brake pads, and like NJ said above they can be loud.... Seems like I can live with out them haha thanks for your guys input
Yea I'm going back to standard next brake change, can't stand the noise, most can't hear it, but I can and it bothers me a lot haha
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:21 PM   #9
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I don't blame u I went crazy and ripped my center console out cuz I was making noise! I can't stand those annoying noises, but thanks for your help an input!
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