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Old 03-12-2012, 05:16 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by HumanWiki View Post
I picked up a full set of DBA4000s 6x6 slot on clearance.. So, I'll be throwing those on for a bit..

But, I'm curious about these brakes... How well do they hold up under Road Courses and excessive sustained heat and abuse? I wasn't sure about ditching too much rotor mass since that's part of the heat sink ability.

What's the longevity with these on tracks that aren't 1/4 mile?
It looks like you are already getting some good info and conversation, but the kind of use you are describing is exactly what these rotors are designed for. Because of that quantifying longevity is impossible but, like mws444 already mentioned, they perform very well even under extreme conditions for extended periods.
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