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cross drilled rotors

Started by -cardo-, January 23, 2004, 06:11:45 AM

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how is it done? palit rin ba calipers and other parts?


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Quote from: -cardo- on January 23, 2004, 06:11:45 AM
how is it done? palit rin ba calipers and other parts?

Usually this process is completed by purchasing a set of these ;D Unless you buy a rotor of different size, there is no need to change the calipers, although some brands offer them as a complete upgrade package :D

If you're talking about drilling the stock rotors then that will not be a good idea. these things are made to not have holes in them and by drilling some, you compromise its actual strength. These things can crack soon and that would be disastrous :o

-cardo-

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ah ok... so straight swap lang ng disks pala... thanks!

ok ba yun DBA brand?

ok lang ba if front is slotted and xdrilled tas sa rear is only slotted?


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Quote from: -cardo- on January 23, 2004, 10:32:29 PM
ok lang ba if front is slotted and xdrilled tas sa rear is only slotted?

Yup ok lang  ;)

DONT DRILL ROTORS  ;D

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masama yung pag drill ng rotors. magkaka crack tapos kakalawangin! :(

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yup thats bad dude lalo na pagkinapitan ng kalawang yung disk rotors, parang mababasag...... ;)

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buy a set.

avoid having ur rotors drilled, a stock rotor has a certain structural integrity, hindi maganda tignan kung drilled ang stock. :)
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-cardo-

Quote from: MUYAK on January 24, 2004, 09:24:57 PM
mine is cross drilled and slotted (stock ng SiR) wala naman problems so far....

hi, where'd you get the xdrilled n slotted discs?


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goode

Quote from: Zigen | dondiboy on January 24, 2004, 06:15:02 PM
buy a set.

avoid having ur rotors drilled, a stock rotor has a certain structural integrity, hindi maganda tignan kung drilled ang stock. :)

Are they that dangerous? Yun front and rear disc brakes ko kasi galing sa Honda Accord. Tapos, pina cross-drill namin sa machine shop. I've recently had the brake pads replaced, after two years, wala pa naman visible na diprensya sa mga rotors.

EK3 Ferio

Quote from: MUYAK on January 24, 2004, 09:24:57 PM
mine is cross drilled and slotted (stock ng SiR) wala naman problems so far....

have you tried pushing your brakes on the track yet?  ::)
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