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Does anyone know anywhere to get cross drilled and slotted rotors at a reasonable price? Its for an 06 GTO
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PFYC and Tbyrne only have 04 rotors available, and Extreme has them listed at 1500 for a set of 4, that's a bit crazy......

http://www.pm-fl.com/catalog/index.p...8036c462d4dcd8
They shouw the rotors for the 05, but i'm not sure if they are available yet. you should contact them and see, the cross drilled rotors have been known to crack, but the slotted ones do not.
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Does anyone know anywhere to get cross drilled and slotted rotors at a reasonable price? Its for an 06 GTO
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I went with the Baer 13" set-up but wouldn't recommend them now. I'm getting some front wheel vibration after just a few months of service. I guess you get what you pay for. JHP offers a set for the Holden (our cars) but you have to go across the water to get 'em. I might just replace mine out with theirs as it's built expressly for our use.

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PFYC and Tbyrne only have 04 rotors available, and Extreme has them listed at 1500 for a set of 4, that's a bit crazy......

http://www.pm-fl.com/catalog/index.p...8036c462d4dcd8
They shouw the rotors for the 05, but i'm not sure if they are available yet. you should contact them and see, the cross drilled rotors have been known to crack, but the slotted ones do not.
Are these a direct bolt in replacement for the '05 -'06 with the stock calipers? The price is nice!

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Are these a direct bolt in replacement for the '05 -'06 with the stock calipers? The price is nice!
They are supposed to be a direct replacement for them, i'm still waiting to find out if they are in stock, but they were scheduled to be released in mid august.
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suspension

I finally decided to bite the bullet and upgrade my suspension. I have had signifigant trouble with my front struts rubbing the inside of my front tires even after the camber adjustment. Does anyone know if I use Koni struts if this will provide more clearance?
Any input will be appreciated.
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I finally decided to bite the bullet and upgrade my suspension. I have had signifigant trouble with my front struts rubbing the inside of my front tires even after the camber adjustment. Does anyone know if I use Koni struts if this will provide more clearance?
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Strut clearance is an alignment issue, not strut brand. Any good alignment shop can set your camber, etc. to eliminate any strut rub issues.

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For cross drilled and slotted rotors check out raceshopper.com for SP rotors. I used these with Hawk pads on my F-Body as was very happy with them and plan to use them on my 04 soon.
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