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Old 03-29-2013, 09:57 AM
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Doesn't really matter(although it is odd). The size of the brake pad/caliper is what matters. You could have a rotor with a diameter of 10,000 feet and if you only put a pad/caliper on it that has a contact area of 8 square inches(say that's stock) then it will provide the same braking force as stock. Although it would cool significantly better/faster.
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