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My suggestion is...save your money. Changing rotors unless you are tracking your car are a waste of cash. You'll vastly improve your braking through better pads vs any kind of blingy rotor.
 

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So slotted and drilled rotors don't actually increase breaking response? Seems to make sense that they might work better wet- will shed the water easier.
 
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