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I just put some Brembo cross drilled and slotted rotors on my 2g awd. I also put new semi metalic pads on the car. I think that I am getting some noise from them, either the slots are rubbing the pads and making the noise or it is something else altogether.


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I've been doing research on some aftermarket rotors over the past little while, as I plan on changing my rotors and pads soon.
I had finally come to a set combo in mind with custom slotted rotors and ebc redstuff pads.
However, off late I've been reading more and more mixed reviews about slotted rotors drilled and slotted rotors noise noisy.
Some say that they're quiet unless braking hard, and some say that you constantly hear a clicking noise even while driving and not pressing the brakes.
Could everyone who has experience with slotted rotors chime in and tell me what kind of rotors they were running and if they made noise if any?
I had some learn more here my S2000, yes they do make a sound when braking but its not noticeable, after my mechanic installed them he took me for a drive and he had to point out the sound.
Well worth it though thanks for the input, I drilled and slotted rotors noise want to go with slotted but just drilled and slotted rotors noise to make sure i wouldnt be getting any constant annoying noises.
Now I just have to decide about the type of slots I want, regular, dashed, or a cool looking over the top design like these brembo rotorsI'm getting the rotors custom slotted so I can do any design i want I had some on my S2000, yes they do make a sound when braking but its not noticeable, after my mechanic installed them he took me for a drive and he had to point out the sound.
Well worth it though If your brakes are making noise while you are NOT braking, then something's broken in the brakes pun intended.
Jokes aside, I've been running slotted discs for years, first on my Alpina B3 E46 and now on the 335i.
They are definitely a little noisier than the smooth stock discs, which is obvious due to the surface being less even.
However it is still rather discreet and I can't see how anyone would be bothered by this.
My new Performance Friction BBK however slotted discs has a turbine-like sound when I brake.
Quite noticeable, but I love it.
I always thought the elevated noise sounded most like a mild "brushing" sound.
I was running pads that were more aggressive than oem and almost always ran top down.
In our cars I doubt you'd even notice.
Been looking for some rotors here and there, but haven't found any that I like.
OP you getting yours through Adam's rotors?
Since you mention custom hah.
Anyone else recommend anywhere to buy rotors from?
ECS Tuning sent me some links to EBC rotors I think and they were for a decent price.
Oh yea and also I found this for decent moneys nope, im going to get them from R1 Concepts, not many reviews on them but the few that ive seen on this forum and other car forums they seem to be positive.
Been looking for some rotors here and there, but haven't found any that I like.
OP you getting yours through Adam's rotors?
Since you mention custom hah.
Anyone else recommend anywhere to buy rotors from?
ECS Tuning sent me some links to EBC rotors I think and they were for a decent price.
Really like the setup so far.
Will have a chance to test it out on the track this weekend.
Really like the setup so far.
Will have a chance to test it out on the track this weekend.
Let us know how they work out!
Thanks Where'd you get those PowerSlot.
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I don't think those are cool looking designs, they were done that way for a reason lol.
Most rotors that I see are slotted for a specific reason to allow for more cooling.
Some have "wiper" slots which allow for better cooling.
Powerslot Rotors or StopTech are great.
As far as pads go I prefer Axxis Ultimates, best bang for the buck.
Never an issue with noise, as said above, if you hear noises while driving there is something wrong with your brakes.
Super Blue brake fluid is also a big plus.
I don't think those are cool looking designs, they were done that way for a reason lol.
Most rotors that I see are slotted for a specific reason to allow for more cooling.
Some have "wiper" slots which allow for better cooling.
Powerslot Rotors or StopTech are great.
As far as pads go I prefer Axxis Ultimates, best bang for the buck.
Never an issue with noise, as said above, if you hear noises while drilled and slotted rotors noise there is something wrong with your brakes.
Super Blue brake fluid is also a big plus.
I just bought the stoptech drilled and slotted with their street performance pads ill post back with a review and look for noises I went with EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors + AkebonoEuro Ceramic Pads I too experience more noise with the slotted rotors when braking.
No noise while driving.

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Blank rotors have a larger area in contact with the pads than slotted or drilled rotors. Therefore they provide better braking at the same temperature. Cooling. To cool the rotor, manufacturers use a vented rotor, not a cross-drilled or slotted rotor.


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I've been doing research on some aftermarket rotors over the past little while, as I plan on changing my rotors and pads soon.
I had finally come to a set combo in mind with custom slotted rotors and ebc redstuff pads.
However, off late I've been reading more and more mixed reviews about drilled and slotted rotors noise rotors being noisy.
Some say that they're quiet unless braking hard, and some say that you constantly hear a clicking noise even while driving and not pressing the brakes.
Could everyone who has experience with slotted rotors chime in and tell me what kind of rotors they were robinson rancheria resort and casino nice ca and if they made noise if any?
I had some on my S2000, yes they do make a sound when braking but its not noticeable, after my mechanic installed them he drilled and slotted rotors noise me for a drive and he had to point out the sound.
Well worth it though thanks for the input, I def want to go with slotted but just wanted to make sure i wouldnt be getting any constant annoying noises.
Now I just have to decide about the type of slots I want, regular, dashed, or a cool looking over the top design like these brembo rotorsI'm getting the rotors custom slotted so I can do any design i want I had some on my S2000, yes they do make a sound when braking but https://agohome.ru/and/casino-travel-and-tour.html not noticeable, after my mechanic installed them he took me for a drive and he had to point out the sound.
Well worth it though If your brakes are making noise while you are NOT braking, then something's broken in the brakes pun intended.
Jokes aside, I've been running slotted discs for years, first on my Alpina B3 E46 and now on the 335i.
They are definitely a little noisier than the smooth stock discs, which is obvious due to the surface being less even.
However it is still rather discreet and I can't see how anyone would be bothered by this.
My new Performance Friction BBK however slotted discs drilled and slotted rotors noise a turbine-like sound when I brake.
Quite noticeable, but I love it.
I always thought the elevated noise sounded most like a mild "brushing" sound.
I was running pads that were more aggressive than oem and almost always ran top down.
In our cars I doubt you'd even notice.
Been looking for some rotors here and there, but haven't found any that I like.
OP you getting yours through Adam's rotors?
Since you mention custom hah.
Anyone else recommend anywhere to buy rotors from?
ECS Tuning sent me some links to EBC rotors I think and they drilled and slotted rotors noise for a decent price.
Oh yea and also I found this for decent moneys nope, im going to get them from R1 Concepts, not many reviews on them but the few that ive seen on this forum and other car forums they seem to be positive.
Been looking for some rotors here and there, but haven't found any that I like.
OP you getting yours through Adam's rotors?
Since you mention custom hah.
Anyone else recommend anywhere to buy rotors from?
ECS Tuning sent me some links to EBC rotors I think and they were for a decent price.
Really like the setup so far.
Will have a chance to test it out on the track this weekend.
Really like the setup so far.
Will have a chance to test it out on the track this weekend.
Let us know how they work out!
Thanks Where'd you get those PowerSlot.
PartsGeek + a coupon.
You can drilled and slotted rotors noise coupons online for them.
I don't think those are cool looking designs, they were done that way for a reason lol.
Most rotors that I see are slotted for a specific reason to allow for more cooling.
Some have "wiper" slots which allow for better cooling.
Powerslot Rotors or StopTech are great.
As far as pads go I prefer Axxis Ultimates, best bang for the buck.
Never an issue with noise, as said above, if you hear noises while driving there is something wrong with your brakes.
Super Blue brake fluid is also a big plus.
I don't think those are cool looking designs, they were done that way for a reason lol.
Most rotors that I see are slotted for a specific reason to allow for more cooling.
Some have "wiper" slots which allow for better cooling.
Powerslot Rotors or StopTech are great.
As far as pads go I prefer Axxis Ultimates, best bang for the buck.
Never an issue with noise, as said above, if you hear noises while driving there is something wrong with your brakes.
Super Blue brake fluid is also a big plus.
I just bought the stoptech drilled and slotted with drilled and slotted rotors noise street performance pads ill post back with a review and look for noises I went with EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors + AkebonoEuro Ceramic Pads I too experience more noise drilled and slotted rotors noise the slotted rotors when braking.
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I just put some Brembo cross drilled and slotted rotors on my 2g awd. I also put new semi metalic pads on the car. I think that I am getting some noise from them, either the slots are rubbing the pads and making the noise or it is something else altogether.


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We'll discuss the drilled rotors here and move on to the slotted rotors on the next page. Drilled brake rotors, as the name implies, have holes drilled in them. Having a holes drilled into any of your brake parts may seem counterintuitive, especially the brake rotors -- after all, a rotor full of holes means that there's less surface area for.


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In either case, drilled and/or slotted brake rotors can’t be turned (resurfaced). So when they warp, or as soon as you put on a new set of pads, you will have to replace the rotors. (Most people resurface the rotors at each replacement of the pads.) At least with OEM-type rotors you can resurface them once or twice before having to replace them.


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I've been doing research on some aftermarket rotors over the past little while, as I plan on changing my rotors and pads soon.
I had finally come to a set combo in mind with custom slotted rotors and ebc redstuff pads.
However, off late I've been reading more and more mixed reviews about slotted rotors being noisy.
Some say that they're quiet unless braking hard, and some say that you constantly hear a clicking noise even while driving and not pressing the brakes.
Could everyone who has experience with slotted rotors chime in and tell me what kind of rotors they were running and if they made noise if any?
I had some on my S2000, yes they do make a sound when braking but its not noticeable, after my mechanic installed them he took me for a drive and he had to point out the sound.
Well worth it though thanks for the input, I def want to go with slotted but just wanted to make sure i wouldnt be getting any constant annoying noises.
Now I just have to decide about the type of slots I want, regular, dashed, or a cool looking over the top design like these brembo rotorsI'm getting the rotors custom slotted so I can do any design i want I had some on my S2000, yes they do make a sound when braking but its not noticeable, after my mechanic installed them he took me for a drive and he had to point out the sound.
Well worth it though If your brakes are making noise while you are NOT braking, then something's broken in the brakes pun intended.
Jokes aside, I've been running slotted discs for drilled and slotted rotors noise, first on my Alpina B3 E46 and now on the 335i.
They are definitely a little noisier than the smooth stock discs, which is obvious due to the surface being less even.
However it is still rather discreet and I can't see how anyone would be bothered by this.
My new Performance Friction BBK however slotted discs has a turbine-like sound when I brake.
Quite noticeable, but I love it.
I always thought the elevated noise sounded most like a mild "brushing" sound.
I was running pads that were more aggressive than oem and almost always ran top down.
In our drilled and slotted rotors noise I doubt you'd even notice.
Been looking for some rotors here and there, but haven't found any that I like.
OP you getting yours through Adam's rotors?
Since you mention custom hah.
Anyone else recommend anywhere to buy rotors from?
ECS Tuning sent me some links to EBC rotors I think and they were for a decent price.
Oh yea and also I found this for decent moneys nope, im going to get them from R1 Concepts, not many reviews on them but the few that ive seen on this forum and other car forums they seem to be positive.
Been looking for some rotors here and there, but haven't found any that I like.
OP you getting yours through Adam's rotors?
Since you mention custom hah.
Anyone else recommend anywhere to buy rotors from?
ECS Tuning sent me some links to EBC rotors I think and they were for a decent price.
Really like the setup so far.
Will have a chance to test it out on the track this weekend.
Really like the setup so far.
Will have a chance to test it out on the track this weekend.
Let us know how they work out!
Thanks Where'd you get those PowerSlot.
PartsGeek + a coupon.
You can find coupons online for them.
I don't think those are cool looking designs, they were done drilled and slotted rotors noise way for a reason lol.
Most rotors that I see are slotted for a specific reason to allow for more cooling.
Some have "wiper" slots which allow for better cooling.
Powerslot Rotors or StopTech are great.
As far as pads go I prefer Axxis Ultimates, best bang for the buck.
Never an issue with noise, as said above, if you hear noises while driving there drilled and slotted rotors noise something wrong with your brakes.
Super Blue brake fluid is also a big plus.
I don't think those are cool looking designs, they were done that way for a reason lol.
Most rotors that I see are slotted for a specific reason to allow for more cooling.
Some have "wiper" slots which allow for better cooling.
Powerslot Rotors or StopTech are great.
As far as pads go I prefer Axxis Ultimates, best bang for the buck.
Never an issue with noise, as said above, if you hear noises while driving there is something wrong with your brakes.
Super Blue brake fluid is also a big plus.
I just bought the stoptech drilled and slotted with their street qwidget signals and slots pads ill post back with a review and look for noises I went with EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors + AkebonoEuro Ceramic Pads I too experience more noise with the slotted rotors when braking.
No noise while driving.

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Slotted rotors reduce accumulating brake dust (and improve performance). Brembo offers a wide selection of cross-drilled rotors for almost all vehicles, even big pickups. Drilled or β€œcross-drilled” rotors. Drilled rotors, like the ones offered by popular brake manufacturer Brembo, are designed with much the same philosophy as slotted rotors.


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It is normal. Slotted and drilled rotors generate a perceptible buzz at low speeds. They are also more likely to crack, though cracking is rare. My new (to me) BMW arrived with slotted rotors. They look cool and they work just fine, but I probably will replace them with conventional rotors when they wear out.


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Drilled and slotted rotors noise been doing research on some aftermarket rotors over the past little while, as I plan on changing my rotors and pads soon.
I had finally come to a set combo in mind with custom slotted rotors and ebc redstuff pads.
However, off late I've been reading more and more mixed reviews about slotted rotors being noisy.
Some say that they're quiet unless braking hard, and some say that you constantly hear a clicking noise even while driving and not pressing the brakes.
Could everyone who has experience with slotted rotors chime in and tell me what kind of rotors they were drilled and slotted rotors noise and if they made noise if any?
I had some on my S2000, yes they do make a sound drilled and slotted rotors noise braking but its not noticeable, after my mechanic installed them he took me for a drive and he had to point out the sound.
Well worth drilled and slotted rotors noise though thanks for the input, I def want to go with slotted but just wanted to make sure i wouldnt be getting any constant annoying noises.
Now I just have to decide about the type of slots I want, regular, dashed, or a cool looking over the top design like these brembo rotorsI'm getting the rotors custom slotted so I can do any design i want I had some on my S2000, yes they do make a sound when braking but its not noticeable, drilled and slotted rotors noise my mechanic installed them he took me for a drive and he had to point out the sound.
Well worth it though If your brakes are making noise while you are NOT braking, then something's broken in the brakes pun drilled and slotted rotors noise />Jokes aside, I've been running slotted discs for years, first on my Alpina B3 E46 and now on the 335i.
They are definitely a little noisier than the smooth stock discs, which is obvious due to the surface being less even.
However it is still rather discreet drilled and slotted rotors noise I can't see how anyone would be bothered by this.
My new Performance Friction BBK however slotted discs has a turbine-like sound when I brake.
Quite noticeable, but I love it.
I always thought the elevated noise sounded most like a mild "brushing" sound.
I was running pads that were more aggressive than oem and almost always ran top down.
In our cars I doubt you'd even notice.
Been looking for some rotors here and there, but haven't found any that I like.
OP you getting yours through Adam's rotors?
Since you mention custom hah.
Anyone else recommend anywhere to buy rotors from?
ECS Tuning sent me some links to EBC rotors I think and they were for a decent price.
Oh yea and also I found this for decent moneys nope, im going to get them from R1 Concepts, not many reviews on them but the few that ive seen on this forum and other car forums they seem to be positive.
Been looking for some rotors here and there, but haven't found any that I like.
OP you getting yours bc casinos and chances Adam's rotors?
Since you mention custom hah.
Anyone else recommend anywhere to buy rotors from?
ECS Tuning sent me some links to EBC rotors I think and they were for a decent price.
Really like the setup so far.
Will have a chance to test it out on the track this weekend.
Really like the setup so far.
Will have a chance to test it out on the track this weekend.
Let us know how they work out!
Thanks Where'd you get those PowerSlot.
PartsGeek + a coupon.
You can find coupons online for them.
I don't think those are cool looking designs, they were done that way for a reason lol.
Most rotors that I see are slotted for a specific reason to allow for more cooling.
Some have "wiper" slots which allow for better cooling.
Powerslot Rotors or StopTech are great.
As far as pads go I prefer Axxis Ultimates, best bang for drilled and slotted rotors noise buck.
Never an issue with noise, as said above, if you hear noises while driving there is something wrong with your brakes.
Super Blue brake fluid is also a big plus.
I don't think those are cool looking designs, they were done that way for a reason lol.
Most rotors that I see are slotted for a specific reason to allow for more cooling.
Some have "wiper" slots which allow for better cooling.
Powerslot Rotors or StopTech are great.
As far as pads go I prefer Axxis Ultimates, best bang for the buck.
Never an issue with noise, as said above, if you hear noises while driving there is something wrong with your brakes.
Super Blue brake fluid is also a big plus.
I just bought the stoptech drilled and slotted with their street performance pads ill post back with a review and look for noises I went source EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors + AkebonoEuro Ceramic Pads I too experience more noise with the slotted rotors when braking.
No noise while driving.

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It is normal. Slotted and drilled rotors generate a perceptible buzz at low speeds. They are also more likely to crack, though cracking is rare. My new (to me) BMW arrived with slotted rotors. They look cool and they work just fine, but I probably will replace them with conventional rotors when they wear out.


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I've been doing research on some aftermarket rotors over the past little while, as I drilled and slotted rotors noise on changing my rotors and pads soon.
I had finally come to a set combo in mind with custom slotted rotors and ebc redstuff pads.
However, off late I've been reading more and more mixed reviews about slotted rotors drilled and slotted rotors noise noisy.
Some say that they're quiet unless braking hard, and some say that you constantly hear a clicking noise even while driving and not pressing the brakes.
Could drilled and slotted rotors noise who has experience with slotted rotors chime in and tell me what kind of rotors they were running and if they made noise if any?
I had some on my S2000, yes they do make a sound when braking but its not noticeable, after my mechanic installed them he took me for a drive and he had to point out the sound.
Well worth it though thanks for the input, I def want to go with slotted but just wanted to make sure i wouldnt be getting any constant annoying noises.
Now I just have to decide about the type of slots I want, regular, dashed, or a cool looking over the top design like these brembo rotorsI'm getting the rotors custom slotted so I can do any design i want I had some on my S2000, yes they do make a sound when braking but its not noticeable, after my mechanic installed them he took me for a drive and he had to point out the sound.
Well worth it though If your brakes are making noise while you are NOT braking, then something's drilled and slotted rotors noise in the brakes pun intended.
Jokes aside, I've been running slotted discs for years, first on my Alpina B3 E46 and now on the 335i.
They are definitely a little noisier than the smooth stock discs, which is obvious due to the surface being less even.
However it is still rather discreet and I can't see how anyone would be bothered by this.
My new Performance Friction Drilled and slotted rotors noise however slotted discs has a turbine-like sound when I brake.
Quite noticeable, but I love it.
I always thought the elevated noise sounded most like a mild "brushing" sound.
I was running pads that were more aggressive than oem and almost always ran top down.
In our cars I doubt you'd even notice.
Been looking for some rotors here and there, but haven't found any that I like.
OP you getting yours through Adam's rotors?
Since you mention custom hah.
Anyone else recommend anywhere to buy rotors from?
ECS Tuning sent me some links to EBC rotors I think and they were for 75020 slot and go decent price.
Oh yea and also I found this for decent moneys nope, im going to get them from R1 Concepts, not many reviews on them but the few that ive seen on this forum and other car forums they seem to be positive.
Been looking for some rotors here and there, but haven't found any that I like.
OP you getting yours through Adam's rotors?
Since you mention custom hah.
click the following article Tuning sent me some drilled and slotted rotors noise to EBC rotors I think and they were for a decent price.
Really like the setup so far.
Will have a chance to test it out on the track this weekend.
Really like the setup so far.
Will have a chance to test it out on the track this weekend.
Let us know how they work out!
Thanks Where'd you get those PowerSlot.
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I don't think those are cool looking designs, they were done that way for a reason lol.
Most rotors that I see are slotted for a specific reason to allow for more cooling.
Some have "wiper" slots which allow for drilled and slotted rotors noise cooling.
Powerslot Rotors or StopTech are great.
As far as pads go I prefer Axxis Ultimates, best bang for the buck.
Never an issue with noise, as said above, if you hear noises while driving there is something wrong with your brakes.
Super Blue brake fluid is also a big plus.
I don't think those are cool looking designs, they were done that way for a reason lol.
Most rotors that I see are slotted for a specific reason to allow for more cooling.
Some have "wiper" slots which allow for better cooling.
Powerslot Rotors or StopTech are great.
As far as pads go I prefer Axxis Ultimates, best bang for the buck.
Never an issue with noise, as said above, if you hear noises while driving there is something wrong with your brakes.
Super Blue brake fluid is also a big plus.
I just bought the stoptech drilled and slotted with their street performance pads ill post back with a review and look for noises I went with EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors + AkebonoEuro Ceramic Pads I too experience more noise with the slotted rotors when braking.
No noise while driving.

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Slotted Rotors Slotted brake rotors are a great alternative to drilled rotors because they serve the same purpose of expelling hot brake gas, but since they retain the strength of the rotor, they do not crack like drilled rotors can. We highly recommend slotted rotors such as StopTech. Some people argue that the drilled rotors are more for show.


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I've been doing research on some aftermarket rotors over the past little while, as I plan on changing my rotors and pads soon.
I had finally come to a set combo drilled and slotted rotors noise mind with custom slotted rotors and ebc redstuff pads.
However, off late I've been reading more and more mixed reviews about slotted rotors being noisy.
Some say that they're quiet unless braking hard, and some say that you constantly hear a clicking noise even while driving and not pressing the brakes.
Could everyone who has experience with slotted rotors chime in and tell me what kind of rotors they were running and if they made noise if any?
I had some on my S2000, yes they do make a sound when braking but its not noticeable, after my mechanic installed them he took me for a drive and he had to point out the sound.
Well worth it though thanks for the input, I def want to go with slotted but just wanted to make sure i wouldnt be getting any constant annoying noises.
Now I just have to decide about the type of slots I want, regular, dashed, or a cool looking over the top design like these brembo rotorsI'm getting the rotors custom slotted so I can do drilled and slotted rotors noise design i want I had some on my S2000, yes they do make a sound when braking but its not noticeable, after my mechanic installed them he took me for a drive and he had to point out the sound.
Well worth it though If your brakes are making noise while you are NOT braking, then something's broken in the brakes pun intended.
Jokes aside, I've been running slotted discs for years, first on my Alpina B3 E46 and now on the 335i.
They are definitely a little noisier than the smooth stock discs, which is obvious due to the surface being less even.
However it is still rather discreet and I can't see how anyone would be bothered by this.
My new Performance Friction BBK however slotted discs has a turbine-like sound when I brake.
Quite noticeable, but I love it.
I always thought the elevated noise sounded most like a mild "brushing" sound.
I was running pads that were more aggressive than oem and almost always ran top down.
In our cars I doubt you'd even notice.
Been looking for some rotors here and there, but haven't found any that I like.
OP you getting yours through Adam's rotors?
Since you mention custom hah.
Anyone else recommend anywhere to buy rotors from?
ECS Tuning sent me some links to EBC rotors I think and they were for a decent price.
Oh yea and also I found this for decent moneys nope, im going to get them from R1 Concepts, not many reviews on them but the few that ive seen on this forum and other car forums they seem to be positive.
Been looking for some rotors here and there, but haven't found any that I like.
OP you getting yours through Adam's rotors?
Since you mention custom hah.
Anyone else recommend anywhere to buy rotors from?
ECS Tuning sent me some links to EBC rotors I think and they were for a decent price.
Really like the setup so far.
Will have a chance to test it out on the track this weekend.
Really like the setup so far.
Will have a chance to test it out on the track this weekend.
Let us know how they work out!
Thanks Where'd you get drilled and slotted rotors noise PowerSlot.
PartsGeek + a coupon.
You can find coupons online for them.
I don't think those are cool looking designs, they were done that way for a reason lol.
Most rotors that I see are slotted for a specific reason to allow for more cooling.
Some have "wiper" slots which allow for better cooling.
Powerslot Rotors or StopTech are great.
As far slots net and pads go I prefer Axxis Ultimates, best bang for the buck.
Never an issue with noise, as said above, if you hear noises while driving there is something wrong with your brakes.
Super Blue brake fluid is across pyqt signals threads slots and a big plus.
I don't think those drilled and slotted rotors noise cool looking designs, they were done that way for a reason lol.
Most rotors that I see are slotted for a specific reason to allow for more cooling.
Some have "wiper" slots which allow for better cooling.
Powerslot Rotors or StopTech are great.
As far as pads go I prefer Axxis Ultimates, best bang for the buck.
Never an issue with noise, as said above, if you hear noises while driving there is something wrong with your brakes.
Super Blue brake fluid is also a big plus.
I just bought the stoptech drilled and slotted with their street performance 350z drilled and slotted brakes ill post back with a review and look for noises I went with EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors + AkebonoEuro Ceramic Pads I too experience more noise with the slotted rotors when braking.
No noise while driving.

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So , one of my techs tell me he can get a set of 4 slotted and drilled rotors with ceramic pads for $ 231.00 . I say " fine " because , as we all know stocks rotors on these cars are horrible . They come , we install them , we follow the directions to " properaly bed " them .


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