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Old 02-12-2005, 07:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Well, am starting to need new rotors, and since am going to have to change them anywyas, I was wondering that if I change them, should I go for cross drilled rotors, or cross drilled and slotted, or just stick with the regular oem ones???
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i stuck with oem....just depends on what you want... are you willing to spend more $$$ to upgrade your brakes??? i mean do you want to autoX or something???
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not really, just wondering if they are worth the extra $
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i guess that is up to you.... i know you would like the better brakes but are they really a priority....its up to you
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I see what you saying, thx for your input
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if you want to spend extra money on rotors, u might as well get the better pads too, because if u have oem pads and amazing rotors, i dont think it will make a difference
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it mostly depends on what your need is....

bottomline, for street driving, inexpensive oems works just fine.

if you'll bring her to the tracks, you'll need to burn some dough.
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if you want to spend extra money on rotors, u might as well get the better pads too, because if u have oem pads and amazing rotors, i dont think it will make a difference
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it mostly depends on what your need is....

bottomline, for street driving, inexpensive oems works just fine.

if you'll bring her to the tracks, you'll need to burn some dough.
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Yeah, I think am just gonna stick with oem ones
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i replaced mine with ATE powerdiscs... and i think they were worth the money... the cost about the same as OEM rotors, and they look cooler. They also help with heat.
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i replaced mine with ATE powerdiscs... and i think they were worth the money... the cost about the same as OEM rotors, and they look cooler. They also help with heat.
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I have cross drilled rotors...and to be honest...they don't help much without bigger calipers and pads..
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Thx Deloriant your' always a big help, Btw, love your rims if I ever decide to get any, it would probably be those
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i got cross-drilled and noticed an immediate difference...for the better...w/o bigger calipers...

i do recommend high-quality pads, otherwise the rotors will eat them up
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i noteced better braking after operating for awhile... you can pick them up at turnermotorsport.com
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