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Old 03-31-2009, 02:13 PM   #1
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are they good enough? compare with oem and everyday driving, no autocrossing or trackdays
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i run lordco cheapy rotors on my AE86 that gets tracked and i've had no warpage or noise issues at all...
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the shop uses them...no comebacks with them...
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i think they can only sell OEM quality or better.

but it should be fine.

if you really want to be cool get POWER SLOTS but regular will work fine
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Another option would be Brembo Blank rotors from eBay. They work great - quite affordable as well.
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I track my MR2 Turbo on them. They're great, and not expensive. Normally I run Carbotech pads for track days, but I got a bit stuck last time, and ended up at Mission with OEM type pads. Lit them on fire, but the rotors were just peachy.
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are they good enough? compare with oem and everyday driving, no autocrossing or trackdays
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I've used several sets of Lordco rotors on my old Integra. I auto-xed when them and they were fine. I found they wore down maybe a tad quicker than the OEM rotors, but they were super cheap and did the job.
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only problems you may run into is durability. cheaper rotors tend to rust faster. that and pitting
i guess the ends justify the means though, what with the price and all.
just inspect them carefully for pits before you throw them on
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Old 04-14-2009, 12:04 PM   #11
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thanks for the reply
cause its just cheaper to buy them than resurfacing my rotors, 170 to resurface vs 90 bucks for a pair of rotors
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I think napa blanks are rebranded brembos
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cause its just cheaper to buy them than resurfacing my rotors, 170 to resurface vs 90 bucks for a pair of rotors
wtf?! bring your rotors to DV aldous or something... they're like $20 to re-surface teh pair... lol
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lordco brand are re- boxed raybestos brand rotors (says it on the box)
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