I'm running R1 Premium drilled and slotted rotors so if I decide to do this, I'd be purchasing the same. The only thing I dont like now is the rust that has accumulated on the disks where the pad does not touch. Otherwise, I'm rather happy with the stopping power but stopping from high speed is still an interesting experience. I can feel the rotors making more and more noise and getting hot.
I'll be doing this here soon.
Diablo Sport Tune (91) CAI)
R1 Premium Drilled and Slotted Rotors
Ceramic Centric Pads
Dynomax VT Cat Back
Fastman Throttle Body
392 IAT Sensor
Well, there you go. Should be a one stop & shop deal for both the front and rear larger rotor upgrade. Looks like Serious Metal allows for reusing of the OEM Challenger rear caliper bracket so it should be very cost effective.
I'm installing a serious metal brake conversion kit, and ran into a problem, the rotor is hitting on the serious metal caliper bracket, I'm using the R1 concept rotors and the corvetter 2006 brake pads. Has anyone else had this problem??
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