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The car might be slow, but it'll stop fast! LOL


R1 Concepts double-drilled/slotted rotors with rust protection and Hawk HPS pads. Didn't figure I needed to snap the pic of all 4. lol

And don't mind the bread and girl scout cookies in the background. It's raining out and I thought the counter would make the best spot to take the pic. Too bad the picture quality sucks...thanks Apple! haha
 

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i want those!
 

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good god andy lol someone went parts happy with taxes didnt he! lol
 

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You know those rotors aren't going to make that much of a stopping difference right? They are drilled and slotted to reduce fade. The pads help though.
 

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So, they're installed. Apologies though for this crappy lit picture, from an even crappier iPhone.

 

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looks good, I am waiting to get alil more money to get some hawk pads and get my rotors back on. Not sure how much you've driven it but I hear you have to get them warmed up before they really get to the stopping but did ya notice a stopping distance, like longer, when you first set out for a couple miles?
 

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Thanks all.

And yes, the stopping distance had increased a little bit. But, it didn't take very long for it to be back to normal.
 
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