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Old 03-12-2005, 01:20 AM   #1
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Can someone direct to a place where I can find either drilled or slotted rotors for the rear brakes?? I got some for the front but I can' t find em for the rears anywhere??!!

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I had same problem. I got mine off ebay. Can try there.
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Thanks adbear, I found a place called raceshopper.com and they got em. they are made by sp performance. I think I'll probably go with those for the rear.
I saw the pic in your sig, is your color like a charcoal gray?? It looks exactly like my color. Holler back


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Hey Mac, how much did you pay for them?? i emailed the guys for a price on both R & F
theres is what i got:
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(front) Cross Drilled & Slotted $196.75/pair
(rear) Cross Drilled & Slotted $158.93/pair
damn thats a lot...is that around the goin rate for our cars????
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Thanks adbear, I found a place called raceshopper.com and they got em. they are made by sp performance. I think I'll probably go with those for the rear.
I saw the pic in your sig, is your color like a charcoal gray?? It looks exactly like my color. Holler back


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Not sure what your car color is but mine is Bronzemetalic.
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hey nitro,

yeah thats about the price for the rears, actually thats cheap for the rears, everywhere else I checked was like in the mid 200'*. I found my fronts from a place JC Whitney. I only paid 120.00 for the pair of fronts, I have had them on since christmas and they seem to be holding up well so far. I put them on and almost immedieatly noticed the difference in stopping power.

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sweet thanks man!! when i get some extra cash ill be doin my brakes..im tryin to save for a new PCM from instense. thats not a bad price for the rears, but the fronts...holy damn! im also hopin for this weekend to nice and smooth so i can clear out my fronts at least! thanks again!

*edit* mac, what kind of pads did you get for the front and rear?
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Hey nitro,

I havent changed the pads yet. When I put the front rotors on I had just had a brake job done. I'm going to go with the carbon pads though. I'll let you know when I get them on to tell you how it is.

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kewl thanks man!!
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