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Re: Cross drilled or slotter rotors? Opinions needed
I have cross drilled and after 40k miles, 2 turn downs, more track days than
I can count, and recently installed Porterfield R compounds they just
started to crack. Not too shabby if you ask me (which you did not:-).
Several other people I know also have them and none of them have cracks.
One more thing re:powerdiscs. There is 1 bad thing I can say about them.
They are BUT ugly. IMNSHO.
864000csq turbo, 2 1/2 cat back, H&R-Boge, MC and loving it. Drilled and
stopping it. Koenig Cobra 16x7 with Yokohama A520's turning it, K&N and
uh..., Soon: Hella's lighting it.
84 4000sq AKA: The beater.
95 subaru legacy
>I've never heard anything but bad things about the cross-drilled (cracking,
>mostly) and never heard anything but good things about the ATE Powerdiscs.
> '84 GTI
> '86 Scirocco 8v
> '87 QSW
>> Hey all, I hope you all got what you wanted from Santa. I guess Santa
>> couldn't get the TTS down the chimney...so all those letters I wrote to
>> were wasted....
>> I am looking to buy some new rotors for my A4. I wanted to get either
>> drilled or slotted, and wanted to know which is better considering price
>> The cross drilled rotors look much better than the ATE power discs, but
>> about twice as much and may have some durability problems. I hear the
>> drilled warp easier and may crack. Eric Fluhr is trying to sell me on
>> ATEs, since he has them on his UrQ and CGT. He has has no problems with
>> /\ _I Christian J. Long (& Breeze Parker-Long)
>> / \ I_I I_I I Orlando, Florida, USA
>> LOOKING FOR: 100V6 Auto and a 90Q or 100V6Q manual........
>> '98 Audi A4 1.8tm Neuspeed .8 bar, K&N, 17" Ronal R28 P7000ss
>> '96 BMW 318ti For sale!
>> '90 Audi 90
>> Past Audis: '84 CGT, '85CGT, '87.5 CGT, '90 CQ