As if anybody here has something against bling :mrgreen:Agreed. Good blanks are better than any drilled/slotted bling.
Heh, I do... I try to avoid the sites useless areasAs if anybody here has something against bling :mrgreen:
You probably will not have problems with them on the street.Seriously though, would rotors like that cause any problems for street driving? (Spirited every now and then). I've heard about them cracking under high loads but I'm just curious... I'll need brakes soon.. :?:
Unless the holes were casted in there like the rotors that porsche and ferrari has, it's useless because you are drilling into a material, thus making it more inclined to hairline fractures and ultimately, failure. And note, there has been cases where even the ceramic drilled rotors that exotic cars uses fail.
The overall diameter of the rotor, tire size and coumpound, and brake pads have more of an effect on braking then slotted or drilled.
I've tracked with Autozone rotors and know many that do also with zero problems. Save the money.
lol i know. thanks man. i used to race shifter karts but i know it still isnt a car and even with that much experience it isnt enough at all. so yes, i am being careful when i drive and i know im not the best. seat time is the most important thing and i plan on getting lots of it.^YES. Dew it, and save money for more meaningful upgrades. In fact, if you goto Pepboys, you can get the Hawk HPS pads there for $53 a pair. That combo will be more then enough for you to not only start learning to wrench on it yourself, but also to get used to the handling of the miata, no offense, but you're only 16. No need to get all crazy......yet.
I was looking at those awhile back and if the boxes they show are differant than the rotors they show and the Centric (boxes they show) don't really strike me as being high performance? More like an oem replacement. I'd rather just get the lifetime Autozone stuff I guess. And dang I should do that soon, my rear brakes are squealing pretty bad