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Are most aftermarket rotors the same size as stock ?

Looking to replace my rotors on my 02 EX with some aftermarket ones, been looking at these right here



Power Slot ProStop II Rotor

and i was wondering are they the same size as the stock rotor or does it not matter ?
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You have to get rotors that are the same size.

Since in that link, you already have chosen the vehicle, they should be the right size that they will send you.
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I would say go cross drilled only rather then slotten unless u want to do very fast stopping, slotted eats away at the pads much faster.
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I'd say go with the Brembo's they are priced by the pair and for top quality its only $10 more.
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I would say go cross drilled only rather then slotten unless u want to do very fast stopping, slotted eats away at the pads much faster.

Actually your rotors have very little if any thing to do with your 60-0 stopping distances...
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Re: Are most aftermarket rotors the same size as stock ?

Unless you purchase some very high Quality cross drilled rotors, they will probably start cracking fairly soon after you put them on. Keep the slotted, they look pretty good, and they are less expensive. If you want even better stopping power you might want some new steel brake lines. Normally the size won't matter in diameter but make sure that they will fit the Caliper, Good Luck!
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Re: Are most aftermarket rotors the same size as stock ?

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Re: Are most aftermarket rotors the same size as stock ?

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Looking to replace my rotors on my 02 EX with some aftermarket ones, been looking at these right here



Power Slot ProStop II Rotor

and i was wondering are they the same size as the stock rotor or does it not matter ?

10.4" powerslot rotors.. get them through eddie at TrueHonda (aka thmotorsports) youll get hawk HPS pads and 10.4" slotted/cryo rotors for 203 shipped
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Re: Are most aftermarket rotors the same size as stock ?

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