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Old 09-29-2009, 12:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Best place to order Powerslot Rotors and Hawk Pads

I need a new set of front brake pads and rotors. I have heard this is the best setup. Where do you guys recommend getting this stuff on-line?
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Before you make the purchase you may want to read today's post on "Drilled and slotted rotors? "
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Before you make the purchase you may want to read today's post on "Drilled and slotted rotors? "
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'04 F 350, extended cab, 6.0L, FX4, manual tranny, 4" MBRP exhaust, Bully Dog Triple Dog downloader w/ Outlook moniter (Very disappointed in the Bully Dog), 2m-70cm Yaesu ft-8500, S&S Diversified headlight mod.

'96 Mustang Cobra convertible, B&M short throw shifter, Koni adjustable shocks, viper chip, drilled/slotted rotors front and rear, rear sequential turn signals.

'11 Harley-Davidson Road King Classic 103 ci PowerPak w/ anti lock brakes & Smart Security system. It even has cruise control!!! Candy Dark Root Beer over Candy Light Root Beer Yaesu FTM-10R & a Comet CSB 770A
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http://www.thedieselstop.com/forums/...rotors-237755/

Especially the last few posts. There are a couple of posts that go into depth regarding the efficiency of slotted and/or drilled rotors when compared to stock, heat transfer, driving through water is mentioned in a link from one them as I recall.....

But the entire post is very informative.
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'96 Mustang Cobra convertible, B&M short throw shifter, Koni adjustable shocks, viper chip, drilled/slotted rotors front and rear, rear sequential turn signals.

'11 Harley-Davidson Road King Classic 103 ci PowerPak w/ anti lock brakes & Smart Security system. It even has cruise control!!! Candy Dark Root Beer over Candy Light Root Beer Yaesu FTM-10R & a Comet CSB 770A
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So it looks like... for best heat transfer and best pad wear, we should be using drilled rotors only.

And yes, pad wear is a concern... I just put ceramix pads on the beast... I'd like them to last as long as possible.
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Old 10-01-2009, 11:29 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Ok,

You can see my set up on my X in my sig. But there are a lot of options.

When I need them I believe that I wil be getting mine from Brake Performance - Slotted and Drilled Brake Rotors

Now, I swapped out my Ex rotors because of warping. I do not have the problem on my 350 so I am not sure when I will be doing them. I expect them to last a long time.
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'04 F 350, extended cab, 6.0L, FX4, manual tranny, 4" MBRP exhaust, Bully Dog Triple Dog downloader w/ Outlook moniter (Very disappointed in the Bully Dog), 2m-70cm Yaesu ft-8500, S&S Diversified headlight mod.

'96 Mustang Cobra convertible, B&M short throw shifter, Koni adjustable shocks, viper chip, drilled/slotted rotors front and rear, rear sequential turn signals.

'11 Harley-Davidson Road King Classic 103 ci PowerPak w/ anti lock brakes & Smart Security system. It even has cruise control!!! Candy Dark Root Beer over Candy Light Root Beer Yaesu FTM-10R & a Comet CSB 770A
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I have this setup on my '01 and like them. I got my from Performance Brakes - Brake Pads, Brake Rotors, Brake Calipers, Big Brake Kits and Stainless Steel Brake Lines
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what does it cost for disks and pads to do the set up right?
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Ive been running that setup towing a 13000# race car trailer for 9 years with no trouble. Ive run my truck at two different race tracks ( road courses) just for fun. Slotted/drilled rotors are useless on a 7500# truck but look cool. Go with the slotted for coolness or the Brembo oem style for quality. Tirerack.com is the best place for variety,service and price.
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