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I have been thinking of getting the slotted ones for a little now. Next time I need brakes I will get them.


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I would go with cross drilled just based on looks with the brembo calipers and openness of our wheels. Nothing based on performance just would look good

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Would be great if we could get both! But I actually like the slotted look just as much as the drilled look.


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Hmm what company is this? I was waiting for R1 to release some. That's who I went with for my WK1.


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Hmm what company is this? I was waiting for R1 to release some. That's who I went with for my WK1.


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Authentic Brembo rotors.

I'm thinking when my brakes need replaced I'll look into these if nothing else is on the market.


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Which will be better for brake pad wear and longevity?

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Which will be better for brake pad wear and longevity?

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For non-track daily driving use I would rate them all equal. The mod is for looks.

For track use I would rate them with stock blank rotors being the best, followed by slotted, and then cross drilled.
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Does anyone know what the approximate costs are for each?


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