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Re: Cross drilled rotor/pad sellection.Any Suggest (archive)

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Posted by B. Wheaton on June 04, 2001 at 04:44:42:

In Reply to: Cross drilled rotor/pad sellection.Any Suggestions posted by Al on June 04, 2001 at 00:20:28:

I'd go with gas slotted over drilled to prevent warping/cracking. If you want the best in cryogenically treated rotors, check out www.frozenrotors.com (below) Otherwise, you can get them at Bavarian Autosport for a little less. As for pads, use HPS (normal street) or HPS pro (spirited driving/ autocross) pads. A whole setup with rotors and pads, front and rear will run $500.00 - $600.00. I wouldn't do this upgrade without steel lines. They will cost an additional $100 most places.

Take care.

Brandon Wheaton
1989 E30 M3


looking at a brake job and was wondering what a good upgrade is and a good supplier. TIA--Al Read





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