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Ze flying Russian
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I have the RacingBrakes, and can't say enough good things. Excellent product for the money, lightweight, strong, easy to install, take factory pads, fit under factory wheels, and, of course, they stop very strong and linear.





 

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Ze flying Russian
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Thanks guys. Now here is the question. I found 4 new PowerSlot rotors (fronts and rears) locally for $275. The price is very attractive. Should I still buy RacingBrake rotors for $100 more or PowerSlots are pretty good too, and the quality difference is not worth $100?

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I just noticed you were looking for just rotors and not the whole package. As far as rotors go, I don't think you can go wrong with any of the above mentioned.

As an example, I have literally super heated the rotors and pads until they were smoking after descending old mining roads on local mountains here in town. Still had braking power, and the rotors have never warped or have any adverse markings.
 

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Aleksey said:
Thanks guys. Now here is the question. I found 4 new PowerSlot rotors (fronts and rears) locally for $275. The price is very attractive. Should I still buy RacingBrake rotors for $100 more or PowerSlots are pretty good too, and the quality difference is not worth $100?

Thanks!
Yeah, I almost completely forgot about the powerslots...that is the guy I was posting for from Nasioc. Yeah, that is a good deal. Go w/ the PowerSlots for $275...that is basically the price for just the fronts but you get the rears too. If I hadn't gotten my used set of RacingBrake rotors for less, I would have grabbed that.
 

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Ze flying Russian
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Thanks for the quick replies! :)
 
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