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Jan 3, 2:44pm - #364403 
More brake ques...

Ok Im going to go with rotora slotted rotors...what do you recommend for pads besides TRD? Should I just go with oem pads?

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Jan 3, 3:53pm - #364404 
i have never heard anything bad about the TRDs you might want to look into those... thumbsup

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Jan 3, 4:10pm - #364405 
i'd say go for it, rep TRD w00t


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Jan 3, 7:41pm - #364406 
car isn't fast enough for slotted/drilled rotors, i think it's a waste to be frank about it.


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Jan 3, 11:53pm - #364407 
Originally Posted by Polykarb
car isn't fast enough for slotted/drilled rotors, i think it's a waste to be frank about it.


Im not doing it because my car is fast...its for looks and mostly because I can grin

So...besides TRD...???


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Jan 3, 11:53pm - #364408 
why dont you want to do TRD?

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Jan 4, 5:54am - #364409 
Originally Posted by Polykarb
car isn't fast enough for slotted/drilled rotors, i think it's a waste to be frank about it.



Hmmm..It looks better. grin



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Jan 4, 11:09am - #364410 
Yeah, why does it need to be faster? He didnt say anything about a big brake kit, just slotted rotors. And even if he is getting a big brake kit a lot of show cars do that. Just slotted rotors themselves look nicer, will help prevent rust, and cool the brake pads more.

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Jan 4, 1:02pm - #364411 
Originally Posted by Johnsgt
Yeah, why does it need to be faster? He didnt say anything about a big brake kit, just slotted rotors. And even if he is getting a big brake kit a lot of show cars do that. Just slotted rotors themselves look nicer, will help prevent rust, and cool the brake pads more.


Thanks...exactly why im doing it thumbsup


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