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Hay everyone,
well im in need for crossed drilled replacement rotors for my rear soons. who sells them for a good price and also what brands are out there for this product?

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john

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e46boy said:
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brembo/zimmerman are the popular choices
Cross drilled = :thumbdwn:
 

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i heard there is something with the brembos cast drilled rotors that some of the holes are rotating backwards or something on one side?

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john

ps. juss to get it correct brembo cast holes(drilled) are better then drilled after casting?
 

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yeah definitely do charlies kit............cheaper than a BBK, but u'll get some performance stopping power from this kit rather than just replacing your rotors :thumbup:
 

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i was originally going to do something like that kit. Cast drilled rotors, steel braid brake lines, hawk hps(dustless)pads and brake oil. juss looking for a good rotors.

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RacerX said:
I thought cross drilled were better than slotted because the slotted are a lot less brake pad friendly. :dunno:
just get cross drilled & slotted :p

Cross drilled rotors are great, wayyyyy better stoppage in wet weather... i know i went from regular to cross drilled on T/A... gonn a do same on bmw too once i get them hamann's
 

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i agree yellowman getting installed my 4 wheel 14" stopteck bbk

on saturday. looking foward to seeing how it looks and feels. also i had to wait a month for my silver calipers to. pictures will be following very soon once the bbk is on my car.
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Cross drilled = :thumbdwn:
:werd: They are loud and they warp easier. You'll never need them outside of a track application. And even then think about slotted or a x-drilled/slotted combo.
 

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:werd: They are loud and they warp easier. You'll never need them outside of a track application. And even then think about slotted or a x-drilled/slotted combo.
Slotted = :thumbup:
 

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I prefer the slotted over x-drilling.. The drilling always just seems to crack after a couple good hard runs. Check out purems.com they just added a bunch of rotor options..

Make sure you invest in some good pads and fluid to boot. They'll go a long way in helping braking. I run Motul600, but lots of good results with the Typ200 ATE fluid as well.
 
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