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Old 06-14-2005, 03:11 AM   #1
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hey guys...just searching for some info here...does anyone offer drilled/slotted rotors for the Bonne?...will a set from a 01 GP fit the 2000-up models?
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Is your car an se or ssei, there are 2 diff brake sizes for our car.
If yours is an Se then yes some gtp brake rotors will match. Not so for an ssei.
Lots of places to shop and compare, start at the tire rack and use the drop down menus.
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dont actually own one as of yet...I have a 2001 Grand Prix GT which I do like a lot...but I catch myself looking at Bonnes on regular occasions...if I traded it would have to be for a 2000 or newer SSEi...the engine in the GXP is sweet and would love to have the driveline but the body styling of the SSEi just gets me going...its gotta be one of the baddest sedans I've ever laid eyes on (especially in the black or sapphire blue)
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i have Baer DecelaRotors on my 2000 SSEI
cross-drilled and slotted , have only 1500 miles on
them but so far they beat the hell out of stock rotors.

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p/* paid $219 for them.
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that sounds like about the ballpark I paid for the set I have on my GP now...I was curious if I could save them and put the stockers back on, but if the SSEi has a bigger set then oh well...cuz I wouldnt trade my GP unless I got a top line model...(gotta have a sunroof)...and one other little tidbit that sounds just plain silly, but I just love the keyswitch on the dashboard ...I too was hugely impressed with the improved braking performance after installing the rotors...so much so that I'm thinking about getting a front set for my wife'* Montana Sport Van.
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