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drilled and slotted rotors on ebay for sale

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Has anyone heard of these guys?

I understand these aren't going to compete with the Brembo's of the world, but they are a hell of a lot cheaper and wondered if they would be a good mild upgrade?

Has anyone heard of this company?

Here's the link:
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I agree, drilled rotors develop stress cracks that spider out and won't last long, useless for street. I would add that SS lines will improve feel. Even with new calipers, slotted rotors yada yada, stopping distanced may not improve much, of course fade resistance and feel will greatly improve. If a system could show me an improvement in distance from 126 to say 105 on the same day, pavement, and tires then I would be interested. This could translate into real world benefits, I can't remember the last time I had to do 10 full on panic stops in a row.
05HemiC said:
Excellent points and I agree with the SS brake lines/pads that's two of the best upgrades. I was interested in improving slightly over stock to compensate for the 20X8.5's tire/wheel combo I have on order.

I don't think that I need to go with Brembo's for all the money involved, since I don't competition drive the car.
Unlike most guys, you are thinking about the increased unsprung weight and inevitable longer stopping distances. It would be good to weigh each combo and compare, if your new wheels are forged the difference may be minor.
LWOOD, I explored SS lines as a custom item, it would have required buying factory rubber as a template and have SS flex lines made with proper fittings. Now that big brake kits are available SS lines should be easy to get from these suppliers which I will look to do Spring though I am satisfied with the brakes except a fairly soft pedal which explains why I have not moved on them yet.
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