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Old 03-26-2014, 03:23 PM   #1
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Upgrade rotors on stock SS brembos worth it?

Having installed some suspension upgrades and new brake lines, now ready to see how she actually handles on a course this weekend...But now I am wondering how much better braking feel and reliability would I get by upgrading to better rotors on the stock SS brembos? The cost of rotors vary in price greatly and I understand that you "pay for what you get" usually, but if you were only running autox events or the occasional run down the strip, would the cost outweigh any noticeable gains?

I would like to hear what have other Gen5 guys done to upgrade their rotors (or not) and what worked best for a similiar use as me. I also plan on keeping the stock brembos for now until they start giving me problems.
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Old 03-26-2014, 03:42 PM   #2
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For AutoX and drag strip use, the OEM Brembo blanks are fine.

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