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Posted by Chet on June 14, 2000 at 12:57:06:

In Reply to: Re: HELP - Rotor Question posted by Bman on June 14, 2000 at 12:43:07:

Wait until stock rotors are worn out before getting something else. Then get the Euro M3 two-piece rotors, which cost about the same but are much less prone to warp. Track pads should be your first upgrade once you start going fast to experience fade with stock pads (while using proper braking technique).


: : What are the best rotors to put on my 98 M3 for aggrssive street driving and occasional driving schools. Any recommendations?? I currently have the stock OEM rotors. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks!

: I think you will be happy with the stock rotors.

: I attend at least 2 high speed driving schools a year and have been very happy with the performance of the stock rotor. No brake fade after ten laps ona 2.9 mile road course.

: Drive hard and test your stock rotors before spending your money.

: Good Luck.




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