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Old 04-18-2012, 04:33 PM   #1
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PowerSport slotted rotors: Brakelabs

Got these off eBay; $89 shipped for the set. Read up on rotors, avoid cheapos. These were more than common slotted/cross drilled versions. These had good reviews from numerous vehicles (googled reviews) and were close to price of brembo blanks. I've always like slotted and had great luck with them. Still running the same eBay slotted rotors on my 3rd gen turbo after 8 years, only turned them once.
Probably won't do rear. These already grab much better than stock, even on old pads. Course, I say old pads, they are only a few months old and still straight. The vibration in my stock rotors has been resolved.




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Missing a lug nut......
They look pretty nice though
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Missing a lug nut......
They look pretty nice though
I was afraid someone would notice. Second stud I've broke in about a month. Just figured out my cross bar is slightly warped. Studs are cheap, lug nuts are about $3.50 each!
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I take it these are the same size as stock?

Id love to do the 6th gen swap but my SE has GXE wheels (was that way when I bought it).
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My car stops too good to see a need for an upgrade to 6th gen. I'm sure some guys need it either for racing or when they are tailgating. But it does look good.
Yup, these are just stock size.
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