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03-08-2003 03:59 PM
Mav I read the same thing Pasadina ... But what i read was that for normal use they searve no purpose ... I guess if your on a road course they have better cooling capibilities ....
03-06-2003 07:17 AM
pasadenahotrod Several years after the drilled rotors became fashionable I read an article in a trade publication which stated that,after some study and testing,the drilling seemed to serve no purpose other than appearance (racy,man!) and to line the wallets of shops with plenty of drill bits handy!
03-06-2003 04:07 AM
KULTULZ -Try here-

Be careful of companies that offer off-shore rotors.
03-05-2003 07:18 PM
Ford granada cross drilled rotors

Does anyone know where I can get a pair of cross drilled rotors to fit my granada spindles?

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