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Old 04-23-2014, 12:25 AM   #1
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Replacing Brembo Rotors

Hey all, need to do my front brakes and thought I might do some slotted and drilled rotors. I have brembo pkg. Who has replaced theirs so far? What did you go with? Are the powerslots from AM any good? Not gonna spend $600 on two rotors no pads or anything as I've seen some brands such as Baer. Not a track car. Mostly just for looks and just want something at least on par with the factory brembo set up. I don't want crap either. THEN I'm curious about the rear upgrade kit that steeda offers. I'd like to have a bigger rear rotor just to fill it up a lil bit since I have 20s. The kit from steeda comes w new rotors but they are just solid rotors. So ideally when all is said and done I want new slotted/drilled rotors front and bigger slotted/drilled ones for the rear to work with steeda upgrade kit. I don't guess anybody on here has done this have they?
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I'm looking to replace the fronts on mine as well (also brembos) but not sure what rotors/pads to go with either.
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Stay away from drilled rotors if you are going budget. There are some good options slotted at decent prices. Hawk ceramic pads are good, Stoptech and even Hawk makes some fairly priced rotors. If you buy a relatively inexpensive rotor that is drilled, odds are it will warp on you.
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Anyone have any experience with SSBC?
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Are the 11-12 GT500 rotors the same as mine? Most of these application charts don't show brembo option and none of them show boss. After a lot of research I think I've decided to go with dba 4000 t3 rotors and hawk pads. Just trying to find the best deal. And what hawk pads do you guys recommend? Daily driver car and I'd like to keep the brake dust to a minimum.
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I believe they are the same, they are definitely the same as the Boss if it gives u that choice. I recently upgraded my standard gt brakes to Brembo. I went with the Hawk HPS, and I think they're great, great bite and dust isn't that bad, if u want even less dust go with the ceramics.
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Replacing Brembo Rotors

I would go with these. Stop tech makes good quality stuff and right now it's on sale from autoanything. It's what I plan on getting for my Brembos.

http://www.autoanything.com/brakes/s...reet-brake-kit
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You thrown a mic over the rotor and verified you actually need to replace them? Drilled, slotted, etc is a cosmetic mod on the road. The steel used and the quality of the machine work is way more important.

Quality factory replacement like Raybestos professional grade is not expensive online.
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You thrown a mic over the rotor and verified you actually need to replace them? Drilled, slotted, etc is a cosmetic mod on the road. The steel used and the quality of the machine work is way more important.



Quality factory replacement like Raybestos professional grade is not expensive online.

I have not because like I said in original post i just want to change them. For cosmetics only as I never track the car.
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I'd ask why you'd risk creating a problem when you say you are concerned about cost as well? These circles don't square and style is the worst reason to change a critical safety system on a car.
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Replacing Brembo Rotors

Why would changing my rotors and pads cause problems.. Have thousands of people not done this before? I've seen nothing but good things about dba and hawk. Not sure what the risk is
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There's always a risk replacing things that aren't broke, when you are thinking about budget. The rotor quality for oem is very good and you need to match or exceed that in the aftermarket, which means not thinking budget. Plus , there is the potential for new noises, etc. you weren't expecting, something common to slotted or drilled rotors.

Then there's the possibility if just pla fing up the install and costing yourself more money than you thought you would.
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Well once again I believe I am gonna go with DBA and hawk. Done a bunch of research and they both seem to be great. The factory brakes make noises like crazy as you can see if you search the forum. The DBA rotors I'm looking at are slotted not drilled to save a lil cash. And they are still about $450 just for 2 rotors and nothing else. Not really budget, there's just no reason to have $8-$900 rotors up front on a street car. And they cost about 4x what the raybestos OE replacements you recommended also. And if your worried about replacing something that's not broke, well then that goes for everything on any car. Don't plan on keeping the car stock(that has long passed) so... I'm not meaning to be rude but if you can't help me in any way with answering the questions I have asked then there's no reason to say anything.
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Try KNS brakes, they have a few different ways to go

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I haven't heard a peep out of my factory BBP in over 2 years so, they aren't noisy to me.

Now, I've been modifying cars for 30+ years, I totally understand your view and my own.

You say in your first post you "need" to do your front brakes when really it's you "want" to change your front brakes. Then you add that you don't want to spend too much money but, you're aiming at replacing parts that probably don't need to be replaced, which is inherently money wasted. Plus, quality and low prices are inversely proportional and the oem rotors are pretty good stuff so, cheaper drilled/slotted options likely won't improve their performance.

You also say you don't track the car so, you don't need high $ rotors but, one hard evasive maneuver on the road and budget choices in braking can become very starkly focused.

I think the choice you made is good for you and I am glad you have decided to not go with budget drilled/slotted rotors but, there still may well be unexpected costs associated with changing something when you don't really need to.

Believe me, in 30+ years I've told myself every kind of story I needed to, justifying money spent on the car, necessary or not.

My car's not stock, either.....
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Replacing Brembo Rotors

Yes I do "need" to do brakes like I said in my first post. They are way past gone as they have started grinding(not the squealers). Also I said I "thought" about doing rotors. Never said I needed them. As far as the Brembos making noises like I said you can just search the forums.. I have seen several people complain or just ask if it was normal. I commented on one just a few weeks ago. Doesn't mean yours do obviously just saying it's pretty common from what I've seen. I think the dba rotors are gonna be awesome though. What pads you recommend? I'd like to keep down on brake dust. Are ceramics louder? Or just more expensive? Lol
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Yep, if they are grinding you are probably in for some rotors, regardless then. I never machine a rotor anymore, I just replace; it ain't worth it. Ceramics typically mean less dust but sometimes some reduction in ultimate braking performance or feel changes people don't like. They can also be noisier. Hard to be totally definitive here as the many brands vary.

My choice is to go ceramic next time around myself. There is more than enough brake here for road use and I'd like to reduce to reduce the dust level too.

Now...if the plan is road use, and adding the look of a slotted rotor, just buy a premium ceramic road brake pad like Raybestos or some other premium brand name. You won't see any advantage using a more hardcore pad in that application and they will will just wear out things faster.
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Oh yeah, and, oddly enough, NAPA's premium stuff for brake pads has surprised me with how good they are, too. I live in another country from you so, I'm not certain if the suppliers are the same but, that's what I've found.
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I have ran Hawk HPS on my last mustang, with a slotted rotor. Only street use, stopped really good. Low dust, quiet, but the slots created a little vibration in car.
My new mustang has the Brembo, and I'm shocked at the dust. Can't wait to put the HPS on it. Let me know if you find the Brembo part number - all I have seen is for a standard GT.
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Thanks! And good luck with yours!
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Gonna order them from summit racing tonight or tomorrow. They price matched stangmods sale price on the rotors and appear to be the cheapest within a couple dollars for the pads. Will let everyone know how it goes
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the dust is a standard feature on every new car with a brake package these days, it seems. Every new car, from my friend's M package 135, Porsche 911, my old Mazdaspeed 3, the 5.0, every performance car leaves its black snot all over the wheels it seems. The regular cars that are non performance, come with rock hard ceramics or harder semi mets and last forever and don't dust much but, they don't stop as well either.
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My experience with the HPS was great stopping power, low dust. It operates at a higher temperature, and resisted fade really well. However, it wouldn't hardly stop in the parking lot until they were warmed up!
So far, the Brembo pad has a good solid consistent feel. I'm a little concerned about wear, and the dust is nearly unbearable. Should be easy on rotors... Killer on the wash cycle though!
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Given that info should I go with the composite hawks over the ceramics?
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The Hawk HPS warmed up immediately once the car hit ~10 mph. Just backing out of a parking space, they took a little extra force. I would recommend them for spirited driving.
Now the rotors... That's up to you. I didn't care for the chatter / vibration that the slots created. It sounded like it was hard on the slave/master cylinder.
On the flip side, they claim that slots keep the surface of the pad clean for great stopping power.
I know mine would stop awesome!
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Ok can't find the dba 4000 series t3 rotors ANYWHERE?! Back ordered everywhere I have checked. So what about their 4000xs? Anybody used them? They have gold edges and hat.. Will the rotor hat be visible?
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Can I paint the rotor hat?
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Can I paint the rotor hat?

I did with VHT caliper paint in satin black (good for up to 900 degrees), it's been on for a few weeks. It's not a dd but I put thru some good heat/braking cycles and it's held up for the most part, these are stock rotors. Click image for larger version

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Step 1 complete.. Rotors and pads should be here tomorrowClick image for larger version

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Looks awesome!! What type paints did u use?
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Thanks they turned out awesome! I used engine enamel paint cuz that was the only thing close enough I could find w/o ordering something, and then vht gloss clear coat over the stickers. 3 coats
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Thanks they turned out awesome! I used engine enamel paint cuz that was the only thing close enough I could find w/o ordering something, and then vht gloss clear coat over the stickers. 3 coats

Very nice, mine have been on for about 3 weeks and I just noticed this. I'm guessing a little brake fluid dripped and I detailed the car a week later and I guess the degreaser loosened what the brake fluid dripped on, I'm pissed right now luckily it's only around the bleeder on the passenger side only, so I'm I'm gonna have to find a way of fixing it this weekend :-/ Click image for larger version

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Ah that stinks.. I tried to make sure I had mine drained out pretty good so hopefully I'll be ok. And I cleaned them like 57 thousand times lol
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Did you have any issues with scratches or anything reinstalling?
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