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Old 02-01-2012, 11:18 PM
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Between drilled and slotted, I have had much better luck with slotted. The cheaper, non big brake, drilled rotors can crack and warp. I've had two sets on other vehicles and neither lasted more that two sets of pads. The slotted rotors performed better for me and were much more durable.

A drilled or drilled and slotted big brake set from companies like Baer or Brembo is where you are going to see the big improvements.
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