EBC 3GD Series slotted and drilled rotors for 06-10 Jeep SRT8 - Cherokee SRT8 Forum
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Smile EBC 3GD Series slotted and drilled rotors for 06-10 Jeep SRT8


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Intended for Street Use: Yes
For Use with Stock Calipers: Yes
Rotor Construction: Vented
Rotor Style: Slotted and dimpled surface
Rotor Outside Diameter (in): 14.200 in.
Rotor Material: Iron
Rotor Finish: Black zinc plated
Quantity: Sold as a pair.

EBC 3GD Series dimpled and slotted Sport rotors are precision-machined using premium-quality castings. Designed with wide-aperture scraper slots and blind-drilled holes, these 3GD rotors draw cooler air in and reduce temperatures for no brake fade under load. Plus, their dimpling helps them to avoid stress cracks. Able to expel dirt, dust, and gases, EBC Sport rotors also maintain flat and parallel pad wear for better pad contact and better braking. These high performance rotors are available in sporty black anodized or gold anodized finishes that not only look great, but also prevent corrosion. Enhance the performance and looks of your car with EBC 3GD Series Sport rotors.

These are in stock and ready to ship. If you would like to order, visit our website or call us toll free 888-SPD-LOGX

Front: http://www.speedlogixstore.com/product_p/gd7385.htm
Rear: http://www.speedlogixstore.com/product_p/gd7386.htm

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If you're due for rotors on your Jeep, we've got slotted and drilled EBCs in stock!!!
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Any front and rear pad and rotor combo deals?


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PM me your shipping information and we'll see what we can do for you!
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PM me your shipping information and we'll see what we can do for you!
Thanks but I already got some from Demon Performance & R1.


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Copy that. Let us know if you ever need anything else!
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Nice rotor upgrade for your WK1!
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I used those front and back on my old '07... The big slots do give you a little bit of "fan" noise bouncing back when driving next to walls or parked cars. Little weird at first but totally normal, braking power was actually real good (I used them with the red stuff pads), but you had to get them warm a bit. I liked that they were dimpled and not drilled!!! Went through 2 sets and was on my 3rd when I traded the '07, highly recommend them!
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