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FloydianSlip6
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FloydianSlip6 Jan 5, 10:34pm - #366157 

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Massachusetts
Oxidizing rotors

So I live right across from the ocean. The salt air is causing my rotors to oxidize like CRAZY. I want to get new rotors for the front and back, and would love a big brake kit, but a) can't afford it now and b) don't see a need. I was thinking about the AEM large rotor thing, but I feel like I might as well just get new factory rotors...

What about getting some brembo rotors? I just want something that won't oxidize and give a nicer look to the car without having to get a whole new brake system, because i just can't afford it. What do you all think?
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celicadragon
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celicadragon Jan 5, 10:41pm - #366158 

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Pittsburgh, PA
i think they will all oxidize unless they are solid aluminum or titanium and i am not sure if any of them are even made of that metal

respect the gt-s
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