FS CA: Front Powerslot Cryo Big/Oversized Brake Rotor Kit With Brackets Hardware
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This is a discussion on FS CA: Front Powerslot Cryo Big/Oversized Brake Rotor Kit With Brackets Hardware within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; I have an Excellent Condition Front set of Powerslot Cryo Treated Oversized/Big Rotor Kit that Ive had for a couple ...

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    FS CA: Front Powerslot Cryo Big/Oversized Brake Rotor Kit With Brackets Hardware

    I have an Excellent Condition Front set of Powerslot Cryo Treated Oversized/Big Rotor Kit that Ive had for a couple years and the car was down for 1 of those years. I never tracked the car with them on and they look as new as the day I got them. They are slotted not drilled and have barely any sign of wear. They are clean and Ready for someone to take advantage of the increased braking with stock brakes or subaru 4 pot brakes or other brake setup. I have no more use for these since I have a new Big Brake Kit.

    All hardware is included for a direct swap over. I think 17" Wheels are the lowest you can run with this kit.
    New they go for $450+

    SOLD

    ~Only 2 Rotors and 2 brackets with 8 bolts included~

    Info On the Powerslot Big/Oversized Rotor Kit:

    Power Slot Plus kits include oversized rotors and billet caliper relocation brackets. These brackets move your OEM calipers farther from the hub, and allow the fitment of oversized (13.4" front and 12" rear vs stock 11.56"/10.47" front/rear) rotors for higher brake torque and more fade resistance.

    Cryo treated:
    Rotors resist cracking, warping and fading.
    Rotors last 2-3 times longer. Fewer pads and rotors are needed.
    Rotors stop consistently and predictably, lap after lap.

    Some pictures Installed:




    As they are now:





    Thanks for Looking!
    Last edited by ViperWRX; 06-21-2010 at 07:17 AM.
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