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Just received my fresh slotted rotors and pads
Nice production date :patriot:



I am actually pretty shocked how big the rotors on the versa are :cheers2:

Order Summary with detailed part #'s for those who need them
STOPTECH Performance Pad (FRC309.08151)
Slotted Brake Rotors (DRR126.42091SL & DRR126.42091SR)



stay tuned for more pics :burnout:
 

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Just a little FYI.....Power Slot does not make them anymore for the Versa but can make some up if need be, that's why there not listed on there website anymore. There located only a few miles from me. They also have a habit/history of warping under heavy use BUT if your just using for normal street use they will be fine. They do make some higher quality Rotors for heavy use but again not for the Versa and they cost more.
 

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I had Rotora's all around on my 97 teg... Combined with hawk HPS pads... I would have loved to go with the same package here BUT rotora prices are a little much...

I got this for a good price

I'll attempt a how to on it... If I don't get overly dirty
 

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the rotoras arent priced that much... besides they are cross drilled and slotted...
The Versa braking system is fine for normal driving and light AutoX events and when it’s time to change Brake Pads then spend that money on a different pad if desired and the same with the Rotors, there fine for normal use but if you need new Rotors then upgrade when you need them. The biggest upgrade to the Braking feel in the Versa is changing the Brake Lines to Steel Braided Brake Lines, this one change will make the pedal more responsive and last the life of the car so basically a one time upgrade that will last AND you’ll actually feel the difference as soon as there added. So save the money that you would have spent on Brake Pads/Rotors and do a real upgrade with the SS Brake Lines. Right now the only companies making slotted/drilled Rotors for the Versa are Stillen and Rotora that I am aware of. And the only time I do not recommend drilled Rotors is if it's a heavy car/truck/suv because they have a tendency to crack.
 
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