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i have been waiting for my shipment for more then a month now. stillen has been giving me the run around.

do you folks now any other company that offers crossed drilled rotors. stillen is just not working out.
 

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damn...... 2500 thats a grip!!!

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you might just wanna stick with the Stillen's....

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sorry, but will not pay $2500. i really don't enjoy having a nissan sentra anymore. no one has parts! honda is the way, i guess, if you want some after market stuff. all local shops have a dozen different brands of rotors for hondas, but none fore the sentra!!!
 

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call nopi and see if the have any powerstop rotors for you. 800-277-6674 or email william @ [email protected]

personally, i think you'd be better off with slotted than cross drilled.

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all nopi has on the website is a set of brembro solid rotors for $41.51,,,,so i'm sure they are nothing special judging by the price...

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I'm having some troubles with downloading the Baer catalog so i'm gonna have to make some phone calls this week to see what anyone has.....
I will keep everyone posted on this


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Got a drill press?

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Danny, I laughed until tears about the cross-drilled drums idea, then I thought...could it hurt? Would it help?

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cross-drilled drums??????? does the GXE have drums in the rear or something???or am i just missing something??

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pretty sure just the SE got disks at the rear.

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by REV4EVR:
Danny, I laughed until tears about the cross-drilled drums idea, then I thought...could it hurt? Would it help?

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You know I thought the same thing after I wrote that. I'm sure if it helped they would have made them.
 

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thanks for all the advise. i found a company in NY called SP sports which carry corssed drilled rotors for $155 a pair. they are both drilled and slotted.

now, i need to know why it is cheaper then the dealer prices ($110 each)

will give updates when i get more info and the product.
 

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thanks for all the advise. i found a company in NY called SP sports which carry corssed drilled rotors for $155 a pair. they are both drilled and slotted.

now, i need to know why it is cheaper then the dealer prices ($110 each)

will give updates when i get more info and the product.
 

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do you have a website address or telephone number????

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Hey guys, you have to be very careful when you get drilled and/or slotted rotors. The reason is this. Some of the rotors, even from reputable sources, were originally designed just as plain rotors, and then the decision was made later to add holes or slots. As you might be able to guess, this weakens the rotors significantly; to the point even that they will crack. That's bad. This goes for the drums too. I just hope you weren't serious about those. But if you want your car to just look cool, go with whoever you want, and look for some sort of non-cracking gaurentee. Just don't expect the rotors to last more than 25,000 miles under light use. If you want something that looks good that you can beat on, try brembo. They have several patented rotor design technologies to prevent failure under stress.
 
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