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    Thought these were H6s? What are they?

    So I am selling a set of rear rotors that were sold to me as H6s, but I am finding out that they are something else.
    They are:
    Same size as the WRX front rotors
    Have the larger bracket
    Use the brake pad clips from a 2002 WRX
    Are slotted

    http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/n...9/100_0120.jpg
    http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/n...dompics105.jpg
    http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/n...dompics106.jpg

    Thanks for the help

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    same size or close to the same size?

    oe front rotors are 294x24, H6 rear rotors are 290x10 and solid- NOT vented
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    They are the 290x10 with the 5x100 bolt pattern, I used them on my 02 WRX and they worked very well.
    I'm sure now that they are not H6s (maybe after market H6s?)
    Ideas?

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    well still "H6" rotors clearly aftermarket w/ the slotting

    could be DBA's- they usually brand their rotors somewhere (might have to peek around)
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    could be, there are no markings at all, not even a part #
    I will check DBA's site and see if I find anything
    Thanks

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    They might be

    Part Number: DBA 644SL _____Street Series
    Part Type: Street Series Slotted

    Disc Brakes Australia - DBA PERFORMANCE CATALOGUE

    but the width seams wrong as these are 11.4"

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    Part Number: DBA 653 _____Street Series
    Part Type: Street Series Standard
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