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Old 09-16-2021, 08:29 PM   #8
SwollRX
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Join Date: Feb 2014
Location: Everywhere and Nowhere
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2006 WRX

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Originally Posted by snow_bound26 View Post
If you have more expensive rotors it's worth it. If you have cheap rotors it's not.
I agree. Few year ago, Tried getting some centric premiums resurfaced after a rough day on the track (carbotechs of all things cut a little into the rotors). I wanted to switch to another set of pads without needing to buy new rotors, so i got them resurfaced... Results didnt turn out well, next track outing with some hawk dtc pads and it was a vibration nightmare at certain braking speeds and modulation; ruined my tracking day (it is what it is though).

Scrapped that set of centric rotors for a few pennies and bought a new set of KNS rotors. Those worked very well, with nice even wear!
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