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    06 wrx rotors

    i have a 2006 wrx and i wanna upgrade my rotors front and back. should i do drilled and slotted? and what is a good brand at a good price?

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    Slotted is fine to be honest, don't necessarily need to do both slotted and drilled.

    If you need a price, let me know.
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    drilled holes can always lead to cracks, stick with slotted rotors. DBA makes some good products, check them out.


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    Go with blank rotors, IMO. Centric Premium are a popular choice.

    Spend your money on pads, lines, fluid, and a master cylinder brace instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T0rque View Post
    drilled holes can always lead to cracks, stick with slotted rotors. DBA makes some good products, check them out.
    DBA makes a damn fine rotor.

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    If you're not tracking, then drilled should be fine too. I had the DBA 4000XS rotors on my last brake setup, and liked them, and their look... a lot.

    If you're tracking, then don't get drilled OR slotted. They can crack.
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