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Old 12-30-2013, 03:05 PM   #1
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I'm trying to figure out what brand the drilled and slotted rotor is so I can buy some matching rotors for the rear. That's a sport front if that helps. Thanks!
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I'm guessing i'm not the only person who doesn't see any pictures of a horrible chinese drilled and slotted rotor?
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Fixed! Took a few minutes on my phone. Sorry.
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Awesome. Thanks!
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Instead of buying drilled and slotted rears, do yourself a favor and buy standard non-drilled fronts instead. Drilled/slotted rotors are for poseurs who don't understand the laws of physics.
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I wasn't going to argue that point, but Sav is right. They are primarily cosmetic and a waste of money.
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