Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Parma Hts, Ohio
Rep Power: 29
I have drilled & slotted rotors on the wagon last April and I am here to say that I agree with the above posts. I bought them for one reason, LOOKS when I go to shows. Yes, they do work better in wet weather, but are they worth the added cost ?..... IMO not really, not for a daily driver. Spend the money on a quality rotor and dont worry about your brakes for a while. They do eat pads up faster, and I havent checked the rotor thickness yet, but my guess will be that I may be looking for new rotors as well already.
Stick with a quality standard rotor, youll be glad you did in the long run.
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DLC360 2003 Taurus SE Wagon.
A daily driver that thinks its a show car.
December 2007 COTM, August 2011 ROTM
Aug. 2010 T.S.O.C. COTM & 2010 T.S.O.C. COTY
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