[DML] Re: Cross Drilled Rotors?
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[DML] Re: Cross Drilled Rotors?

Unless you live in San Francisco or you race the car, cross-drilled
rotors are not worth the expense. They are also noisier. If you want
to upgrade your brakes put the braided S/S hoses on and use fresh
Castrol GTLMA DOT 4.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "delorean_3" <delorean3@...> wrote:
> Group,
> I am thinking about replacing my rotors and was wondering if any body 
> on the list has had experience with cross drilled rotors?  I noticed 
> John has some for sale on his site (see 
> http://www.specialtauto.com/delorean-parts/brakes-rotors.html)...I'm 
> always looking to improve my car, wether that's decreasing the weight 
> or electrical load, or making it cooler.  The cross drilled rotors are 
> 250 degrees cooler and I'm wondering if I should try them.  Are these 
> ok to use for a regular driver (versus a performance car that is meant 
> for racing, etc)?  Are they an adequate fit for our cars?  I don't 
> particularly speed around in my D, but I am interested to know from 
> others if they like them so please share any thoughts.
> Thanks,
> Jack
> VIN2728

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