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Re: Cross drilled rotors (archive)

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Posted by Bill S on October 30, 2000 at 07:37:32:

In Reply to: Re: Cross drilled rotors posted by Harris on October 28, 2000 at 22:21:06:

As posted I've had good luck with them. We're in the north Georgia mountains (hills if you live out west) and use brake fairly hard. The car with over 100K miles on the rotors has oem pads, good stpping, lots of dust. The other has fresh rotors with Metalmasters, I plan to change them, didn't like the way they broke in and they don't seem to stop as well. Don't know what I'll use yet, don't like the dust from the oems.

Bill S
525iT X 2

I'm real dissappointed with my Brembo/Stillen crossed drilled rotors. I have gone through 3 sets in three years posting only about 25k on each set. Seems to me they warp under hard breaking. Unless maybe something else is wrong...any suggestions? By the way I have Metalmaster Pads.





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