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last week i had myself a little project and it was changing my rotors, i was sick of when i hit the breaks it made my x vibrate. it didn't cost much because the brakes were under warrenty and the rotors were about 30 a peice. didn't have much trouble with takin them off....its all really straight forward....look how bad they are...i love my new ones....tell me what ya think...



EDIT: Well i got the pics back....so u can see the horror...




Driver Side Rotor







Passenger Side Rotor





That Rotor was the one that made me change them....it was eatting our brakes and everytime u went to hit the breakes it would vibrate like crazy...



The Nice New Rotors







tell me what u guyz thing....any comments will do...
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OMG 8O



I'm surprised those old rotors didn't just crumple into pieces :surprised: Good thing you got some (well overdue) new rotors!
 
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my brakeing is a thousand times better then what it was and i'm not vibrating to a stop anymore....which is very nice...lol



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OMG 8O



I'm surprised those old rotors didn't just crumple into pieces :surprised: Good thing you got some (well overdue) new rotors!


whata u talking about i only got 87k out of them....lol
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Wow those old ones were dead!!! The new onces look so much better.
 
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i was thinking about getting the slotted type but i didn't see were i needed it so i just stuck with the "high preformance" cheepies but they work good and stop me nicely....lol



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A&G auto parts....and they were 30 ea and pads are only 60 bucks, at least thats what i got them for



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In one of my magazines I saw a brake upgrade supplied by www.philinc.com. These brakes were supposedly used on police and emergency vehicles. (they were called 911 brakes extream duty) On 26 Mar 02 I purchased a set $40.28 front 35.70 rear, As of today I am in need of another set they wore out that quick, & needless to say I won't be buying those brakes again.
 

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In one of my magazines I saw a brake upgrade supplied by www.philinc.com. These brakes were supposedly used on police and emergency vehicles. (they were called 911 brakes extream duty) On 26 Mar 02 I purchased a set $40.28 front 35.70 rear, As of today I am in need of another set they wore out that quick, & needless to say I won't be buying those brakes again.
8O Thanks for the heads up on that!
 
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yes, thats very nice to know....i didn't even see that post...lol...sorry man...and i'm getting the rotor pics back up so don't worry u can see the horror once more...



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