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    Cheap Brake Rotors (Adding this info to 3SGTO)

    Cheapest source I have found for quality TT rotors (they have other models as well):

    http://www.clearlyauto.com/catalog/1...s-Rotors-Drums

    $54 for fronts
    $33 for rears

    $87 for a full set of 4

    I have run these on my car for years and love them.

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    Prices are even better for 1st gen AWD...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotGTO View Post
    Prices are even better for 1st gen AWD...
    True, I think the 2nd gen TT are the most expensive. By the way, they have several varieties available, the ones I got are the "Auto Extra" specifically. Some say AWD and some say "all but AWD" or something like that, so make sure you pick the right one.

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    yeah i've been running those on the front for a year and cheap raybestos ones from rockauto on the back

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    I just bought a set of fronts through OEHQ.com for about $54. They were raybestos brand..

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    I wonder if the local shop I got my front rotors from use these guys?

    The price is about dead on to what I paid for mine! Good to know they hold up and that others are using them.

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    BTW, I do NOT roadcourse, braking fanatics I'm sure won't like these, but the expensive rotors seem to break too when pushed hard.

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    Great price. I'll see if I can break a set whenever the Stealth's on the road.

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    Great link. There aren't too many places that carry rotors for the 1st gen AWD rear anymore. R1 Concepts and Race Shopper also have decent priced rotors for our cars.

    Quote Originally Posted by Forest Gump View Post
    BTW, I do NOT roadcourse, braking fanatics I'm sure won't like these, but the expensive rotors seem to break too when pushed hard.
    This is only an issue with OEM replacement 2nd gen rotors. For some odd reason the 1st gen rotors do not have the separation issues.

    Quote Originally Posted by lawdogg View Post
    Great price. I'll see if I can break a set whenever the Stealth's on the road.
    ROFL!!!

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    damn just dropped 60 bucks for fronts from napa. hmmmmm
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