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  • What brand brake rotors do you guys recommend

    Ive actuall come down to three decisions: AEM, BREMBRO, or Powerstop, which one of these are really good but not to expensive, and which one in opinion give the best performance!

  • #2
    For value and performance, get Brembo. Or even KVR. AEM and Powerstop are too overpriced IMO.

    Regards,

    Oz

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    • #3
      For value and performance, get Brembo. Or even KVR. AEM and Powerstop are too overpriced IMO.


      wheres a good place that offers them at a decent price?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by 1SLIKTEG

        wheres a good place that offers them at a decent price?
        Try local shops first before trying online. You might want to contact Brembo or KVR and ask them about local distributors and/or retailers in your area.

        Regards,

        Oz

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        • #5
          Brembos good

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          • #6
            Originally posted by The_Oz
            Powerstop are too overpriced
            mine cost me about 70 for the fronts and 60 for the rears...

            how is that too expensive?
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            • #7
              check out www.groupbuycenter.com They usually have brake rotors
              HTH

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              • #8
                http://www.collettimotorsports.com/

                HTH

                1.7NA

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by 1.7NA
                  http://www.collettimotorsports.com/

                  HTH

                  1.7NA

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                  • #10
                    powerslot rotors. 74 bucks apeice at Nopi.

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                    • #11
                      Hey speeddaddy $74 a piece ain't too bad. But you can get the brembos through summit racing for less than half that!

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                      • #12
                        KVR's are pretty good. I remember I got both of my front rotors (cross-drilled) on eBay for $98 or something close to that. They work great. The only thing that I had problems with was the brake pads. OEM Honda (Nissin) pads couldn't handle the stress. I bought some metal matrix pads and they work great with the rotors. Consider upgrading your pads when you do the rotors. I hear Hawk HP are the best. Hope that helps you out.
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                        • #13
                          Honestly I think aftermarket rotors are a waste of money unless you are buying larger ones with larger calipers or replacing warped/worn stock ones. I dont think i notice a difference at all with crossdrilled or slotted other than it makes a lot of noise and looks ricey (tiny stock sized rotors w/ tiny stock calipers fitting inside big rims). I think crossdrilled and slotted reduced too much surface area from the rotor therefore my braking isnt as good as it should be. Anyway i have powerslot Xdrilled and slotted and im regretting it. It's hard to resurface drilled/slotted rotors. I might even put my stock ones back on. If you want performance braking get better pads first and if your hardcore + have the money get a REAL brake kit.

                          Anyway if i could do it all over again i wouldve just got vented brembos.
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                          • #14
                            definately call colleti motorsports. they are down the street from me and have installed everything i have on my car and they specialize in acura. their number is (937) 312-1533. or you can e-mail them at [email protected]

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                            • #15
                              my bad, that's [email protected] sorry :confused:

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