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Old 11-12-2004   #31
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No. They increase your stopping distance because there's less area for the pad to grab. Someone on here tested this about a year ago. Slotted rotors took 2 feet longer to stop from 60 than blanks (thats A LOT). You wanna do it, I don't care, no one's stopping you, but they're not of much use.
I wasn't asking for anyone's permission to get slotted rotors.. Nor am I going to buy aftermarket rotors. I asked a question, I didn't know the answer, and I thought it would be apropriate to ask.

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how much from were ?
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i got the brembo blank rotors from www.importrp.com for $29.99 each. you can't beat that price.
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yeah, i got them at importrp, $120 shipped.
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You got EVERYTHING (pad and rotors) for $120 shipped??

I'm really in need for these stuffs!!

Can I PM the price??? LOLz!
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i got the brembo blank rotors from www.importrp.com for $29.99 each. you can't beat that price.
it says on the site that the blank ones are 35 and the slotted/crossdrilled are 29(im looking at the pics though)
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it says on the site that the blank ones are 35 and the slotted/crossdrilled are 29(im looking at the pics though)

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Product Name: Brake Rotors
Manufacturer: Brembo
Make-Model: Honda - Civic

Year: 2004 - 2003 - 2002 - 2001
Weight: 12.00 lbs.
List Price: $ 45.70
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Description: Front - Brembo OE Brake Rotor
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being that the holes are drilled to allow the rotor to cool better by having more surface area exposed to cool, wouldn't the rotor heat up faster as well since the mass of the rotor is less too? less metal heats faster.
yes, if the contact area is the same. but in this case there is less rotor but also LESS contact area so actually it is not hotter.
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