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EBC Brake Rotors

Do the EBC Rotors fit the 06 GTO?
They list them on websites as fitting 04-06 GTO's, but then they list the engine as 5.7L so it's confusing.
Here's a link.
http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/pe...2006&partid=78
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Call em or email them....
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Waiting on their response.
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Gotten no response from them. I'm thinking that they probably don't fit the 05-06 GTO as I haven't found any replacement rotors that do.
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Ok I talked to someone at Autopartswarehouse.com

They say that the EBC dempled and slotted rotors will fit the 05-06 GTO.

Here are the part numbers and prices.

Front:
#E35GD7298 $231.95 (Free shipping and handling)

Rear:
#E35GD7300 #201.95 (Free shipping and handling)
Here's the link to the website: http://replacement.autopartswarehous...20Disc&dp=true

Mate these with some Green Stuff or Red Stuff break pads and I bet breaking is improved 100%.
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This is what you need to stop hard..Attachment 405
Those are nice, but I can get the above setup for a little over $500. That is a lot cheaper.
Might be in more people's budget.
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Why on earth would you want those. Stock front rotors on a 06 are 12.6" and rears are 11.25". You sure you want to replace 12.6" rotors for 10.1" rotors that cross drilled and vented?
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Why on earth would you want those. Stock front rotors on a 06 are 12.6" and rears are 11.25". You sure you want to replace 12.6" rotors for 10.1" rotors that cross drilled and vented?
They aren't cross drilled they are dimpled. Yeah I didn't notice the small diameter until later. I don't know if that's a typo or not. I cannot imagine why they would make replacement rotors that are smaller than the stock size.

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I called then back and asked about the small diameter. They said that the rotors for our cars are the stock diameter with the dimple and venting. The only problems is they don't carry them. lol

Part #'s
GD7301 - 12.6
GD7299 - 11.25
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