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Old 07-08-2003, 06:36 PM   #1
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Ok, ceramic, whatever stops the quickest, and don't go telling me they will warp the stock rotors that are still on my car (i know this, my mother says "if it'* not broke, don't fix it" and i want to get slotted rotors, so... ) anyway, basically i want whatever goes best with those slotted/hardened rotors from Ty
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Raybestos Quiet-stop. 95bonnevilleSESC and I are both running them. With the RSM (Ty'*) rotors.
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$60!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! damn... that'* kinda expensive for pads...

how fast did you say they would kill the stock rotors???
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I've got ceramic pads and stock rotors from Midas. They were $60. After a year, I cannot see any extra wear, or feel any warpage.
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Depends on how you drive. I could probably kill stock rotors with ceramic pads in a month or two.
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