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Did he just say 1400 for a rotor - Fug that!
No for two rotors. That is current pricing, I'm sure In time that will come down a bit, we are also going to try to source some aftermarket rotor options to fit as well I want lower cost options as much as anyone, a I will be burning through rotors after a few track days

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No no - he said that about his CL65 or whatever...I'd never dis a supporting vendor like that. (and I wasn't try to slam the post either - just alot of jack for rotors!) But now that you mention it - when I need new rotors for my 15 SRT its going to run me 700 bucks each???? That seems way off - I thought 200 each for my Vette was bad.

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No no - he said that about his CL65 or whatever...I'd never dis a supporting vendor like that. (and I wasn't try to slam the post either - just alot of jack for rotors!) But now that you mention it - when I need new rotors for my 15 SRT its going to run me 700 bucks each???? That seems way off - I thought 200 each for my Vette was bad.
That is true, right now list price on these rotors from Mopar (what you will be quoted when you walk into your dealer) is $852 a piece! This is for the front rotor that fits all 2015 SRT cars, we have them discounted down a bit, but they still come in at $625 a piece. We are looking at getting some aftermarket options made, primarily finding a source for replacement rotors that mount to the cente hats. That should take the price down a bit. Mopar only sells the whole 2 price rotor, bit there is really no need to buy new center sections each time you replace them.
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That is true, right now list price on these rotors from Mopar (what you will be quoted when you walk into your dealer) is $852 a piece! This is for the front rotor that fits all 2015 SRT cars, we have them discounted down a bit, but they still come in at $625 a piece. We are looking at getting some aftermarket options made, primarily finding a source for replacement rotors that mount to the cente hats. That should take the price down a bit. Mopar only sells the whole 2 price rotor, bit there is really no need to buy new center sections each time you replace them.
Exactly... That's the point of 2 pc rotors. Kinda stupid on Mopar's part.

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Awesome upgrade for any SRT, huge increase in braking power over the 4 piston Brembos
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Not the rotors and as the Jeep has a different bolt pattern
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