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Old 10-20-2007, 03:49 PM   #1
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Default I need help in selecting the right slotted rotors...

I have a SSEi 1999, second time change rotors... cause of warping. I would like to replace them with slotted drll or not rotors, with ceramic pads..

I need suggestions in brand, links, and pricing,, and most important durability..

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Get Powerslots and stay far away from cheap knock-off drilled rotors.

I can't remember the name of the pads to go with, "Hawk" I wanna say...
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do you have a link.. and the link for the ceramic pads?
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TireRack has them. I don't know how their price compares to others.
http://www.tirerack.com/brakes-45/Po...ot+Rotor.shtml
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I'm extremely happy with Bendix rotors and their ceramic pads. Many stops from higher speeds at the track (repeatedly) w/o any signs of warping or fading.

Actually I was at WCBF and WillWren commented how nice they were while test driving my car..and I then asked how long his rotors had been on because they were starting to warp. Neither of us drive like grannies.. I'm not sure which brand of slotted he had on at the time.
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