Features & Product Details
If you're currently in the market for an excellent brake rotor replacement for your warped or damaged OEM rotors, then you will be pleased with the Powerslot Slotted Brake Rotor. This is a high-performance replacement designed with the latest in braking technology to improve your stopping performance.
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I have ordered these rotors twice for my 2008 WRX hatchback and I am very pleased with them. No fade on track days and great response for spirited street use. I would highly recommend them as an economical performance option.
Great replacement rotors, Great price!! Stops smooth and true!!!
these slotted rotors are stoptech. i was a little bit skeptical due to the reviews. i've put about 500 miles on these rotors coupled with hawk HPS pads and so far i'm really happy. not sure why it says powerslot. RSD had excellent shipping as far as timeliness.
Very happy with these rotors. Good fit with the stoptech brake pads. Stops quicks, quiet, and they look great.
These rotors stop great with the Stoptech street performance brake pads! Highly recommend this combo! They look rad too. Seriously if you are looking for more brake performance try this setup before going out and buying bigger brakes. You will be amazed by the performance upgrade!
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Cheaper to buy singles or pairs? S1mpl3x13616252 years agoFrom the compairing I've done it seems buying rotor singles for all four corners would be cheaper than buying front and rear pairs. Is this correct?
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A: This has been corrected.Josh P. @ RallySport Direct 2 years ago
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