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Old 05-22-2006, 11:20 PM
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I was wondering where I can get stoptech aerorotors from for a decent price? It comes out to 1360 on the stoptech site for front and rear. Just wondering if other online retailers sell for a similar price or lower. I have a G w/ brembos btw. Thanks
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I use the 2 piece rotors in the front and single piece on the rear due that the rear use the same rotor for the hand brake. you can not use the hand brake hard on the 2 piece rear rotors. single piece on the rear for peace of mind.
I recomend stoptech. but you can find fom dierent brands such as project mu and Rotora just to mentione.

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I use the 2 piece rotors in the front and single piece on the rear due that the rear use the same rotor for the hand brake. you can not use the hand brake hard on the 2 piece rear rotors. single piece on the rear for peace of mind.
I recomend stoptech. but you can find fom dierent brands such as project mu and Rotora just to mentione.
Are you using these Rotors with the stock calipers. That is non brembo. I am trying to do the same setup. Also did u install SS lines.
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Old 06-05-2006, 08:23 AM
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I have the track model so i have the brembos. I dont know is the make 2 piece rotors for non brembo. I did change the brake lines you change the brake pedal feling.
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stoptech's site is probably the best price you'll find

I like mine, but am not really sure they're worth as much as they charge for them. It's nice that the outter rotor replacement isn't very expensive - like $170-200ish. So that leads me to think the aluminum center is like $150-175 if you could buy them by themselves.

In the long run it's a better deal than always replacing the entire rotor, then again, you gotta spend the time to bolt the two pieces back together
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The 2 piece Aerorotors are only for the BREMBOS. I am running them on my BREMBOS and I absolutely love them. It still allows the E Brake to be functional, and they save a significant amount of weight compared to OE BREMBO rotors, Id say you shave off close to 20%-30% of weight per corner. Another advantage is that when its time to replace the rotors, it will be much cheaper due to the fact that you are only replacing the hats. We have a set of drilled 2 piece Aerorotors for front and rear in stock for the BREMBOS. Give me a call and I can give you a good deal on them.
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the stoptech 2 piece rotors save 2 lbs on the front and 1 lb on the rear according to stoptech
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OEM BREMBO Rotor Front


STOPTECH 2 Piece Aerorotor Front


So my guesstimate was off. Roughly about 14.3% difference in weight. We didnt have any rear OEM BREMBO rotors to compare.
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do they come in slotted instead of drilled?
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Yes, they come in slotted or drilled.
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you've got PM

very nice rotor for the $$
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Need a little clarity. I am confused about the Stage 2 upgrade Rotors. What rotors exactly come for a non brembo Z. Stop Tech sells 2 piece for OE Rotors and I am reading 2 piece is only for brembos. Just need the correct information. I know they sell different rotors for brembos on thier website, thanks for anyhelp

No need to clarify, did a little more reading 2 piece is for brembos, one piece is for OE rotors

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slotted probably weigh more than the drilled, but would be stronger
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rotor mass is a good thing.....if you are going to have weight be anyplace, you could do alot worse than having it in your rotor
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Andy, could you please PM me pricing for both fronts and rears? Your box is full.
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Originally Posted by zeer0
Andy, could you please PM me pricing for both fronts and rears? Your box is full.
Sorry about that, box cleared and PM sent. I see that you are in CA, dont forget to add tax to my price.
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are these two piece rotors much better than the single pice rotors they sell? Other than weight savings and the ability to replace the outer rotor alone later on are there other benefits?
The single piece rotors are much cheaper if I am not mistaken. Is it worth the extra $ to go with the two piece rotors???
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wow i'm interested on these as well... whats the pricing?
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yes the 2 piece rotors are much better.. they are aero rotors... have better venting system...

plus, the first time you buy them it is expensive... but, you re-use the center hats and just replace the outer friction ring (rotor) and you will save money in the future on that...

You can get them in plain, but they are standardly available in slotted or drilled...

as far as pricing... PM andy with your shipping address and he will get you the best price...


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