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Old 04-05-2013, 04:43 PM   #43
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Thanks for the heads up on the noise from the dimpled! Are the crossed drilled holes chamfered? What is the warranty? Are they made by Granatelli and where are they manufactured? Thanks!
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The company is in California. They say they make their own rotors so I doubt G has anything to do with it. As to where they are made running a foundry operation in Cali would be expensive. It is possible, but expensive.
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Old 04-10-2013, 10:03 AM   #44
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I just installed the black Granatelli dimpled and slotted rotors, their stainless steel break lines and had my calipers power coated. They are def better than the factory setup! I need to bleed the system again to get some of the pedal pressure back, but stopping is no longer a white knuckle affair.


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Old 04-10-2013, 08:06 PM   #45
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I just installed the black Granatelli dimpled and slotted rotors, their stainless steel break lines and had my calipers power coated. They are def better than the factory setup! I need to bleed the system again to get some of the pedal pressure back, but stopping is no longer a white knuckle affair.


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Stopping performance shouldn't be any different as you are using the same calibers. Performance would be affected by the pads. Pedal feel would be affected by the stainless lines.
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Old 06-20-2014, 01:18 PM   #46
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Do any of you guys use these on the track (road course)? Do they hold up good under these conditions?

Also, does anybody use EBC Blue Stuff on these? I was thinking of using the blue stuff because it's supposed to be dual use (track/street) but I heard they crack the DBA rotors. I'm curious if they will do the same to these (guess not with the dimples?). Do the Blue Stuff pads perform well for HPDE and other moderate track use?
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