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08-27-2003 06:45 PM
chevypunk thanks guys. i'll probably go with the drilled rotors. they look cool too, ha.

kind of a side note, but has anyone ever ordered from Classic Performance Products (CPP)?
08-26-2003 08:18 PM
302 Z28 I can tell you that they made a big differance on my GS1100 Suzuki. Before I drilled the rotors the brakes were subject to severe fade if you got on them real hard for a long time.

08-26-2003 10:05 AM
gt2betubbed They don't make a braking difference, but do work. They help keep the brakes cooler so they don't get spongy and overheated.
08-25-2003 09:36 PM
cross drilled/slotted rotors

Just a quick question. Do cross drilled or slotted rotors on disc brakes make a difference or are they just for looks?
Thanks, u guys rock

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