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Anonymous May 27, 3:40pm - #187049 
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help with rotors

thinking of buying cross drilled rotors...front and rear ...any real benefits to it..money is tight but i cant stop spending cash on ym car..lol im so psised my car is in the shop now and im picking it up 2marrow...really wish i bought the rotors b4..so we can add that..but anywayz..does it really imporove the looks and anything else? (i mean i know breaking distance and it helps keep everything cool..) but is it a definite must have buy as a mod..or is it like..ehh some people rock it ..others dont...

i jsut hate my rear drum breaks...they look so wussy
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DiabloGTS
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DiabloGTS May 27, 4:36pm - #187050 

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in order to get rear rotors, you need a GTS back clip, or a conversion kit.

As for the cross drilled, don't bother unless they are cast, because they are prone to cracking.

If you want the look, go with slotted. Rotora has ones that won't rust thumbsup

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CID498
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CID498 May 27, 4:37pm - #187051 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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^^ and also how to use the SEARCH button theres a million threads on this

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