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Rotors eating up brake pads? #79859 Jan 10, 2:28am Jan 10, 2:28am
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Rotors eating up brake pads?
I see someone said the the slotted rotors will eat up brake pads badly?
is that ture? or there is just little difference??


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Re: Rotors eating up brake pads? [Re: Elec-FuYu] #79860 Jan 10, 8:28am Jan 10, 8:28am
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not badly..but brake pads will wear out faster with slotted rotors.

the reason being: slotted rotors help grip the brake pad better (i think they also cool faster, don't quote me). and the better a pad & rotor grip each other, the greater the friction. imo, its worth it...you'll stop faster and i'd rather replace my brake pads a little sooner rather than get into a fender bender.

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