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Old 04-11-2019, 04:32 PM
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What kind of rotors to buy?

Actually I bought already 2 rear rotors and 2X2 pads for 45$ from Nakamoto. https://www.am-autoparts.com/2003/Ac...RoCsocQAvD_BwE
So what would be line of thinking here? Anyone used in past Nakamoto? Al part stores wanted for just one rotor 36$. So two rotors and pads would cost me almost 100$. What are best brands of rotors?

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Old 04-11-2019, 07:32 PM
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I have stoptech cryo rotors....never had a problem. of course these are much more expensive than what you have, but I don't plan on replacing rotors often and these have lived up to that expectation.
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Brembo blank rotors are what I have on my TL. Well machined and have some the best anti-corrosion coating of any rotor which is great for tanking winter salt.
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Actually I heard about Brembo. Will look in it when will need another rotors.
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You can try brakeperformance.com any selection from blank, slotted, drilled, drilled/slotted, slotted/dimple and they offer ceramic pads as well. Any auto brand. Bought a kit set for my wifeís car of the slotted/dimple with ceramic pads and love the braking power. U canít go wrong with Brembo but if you are in a budget, the quality is good and last.
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For the rear, I wouldn't worry too much. Most of the braking is done with the front brakes.

For the front, I went with EBC slotted years ago after having the ones that were on the car when I got it wrapped. This seemed to be a somewhat common problem and high-quality rotors on the front made a difference.
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