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Any thoughts on front brake (rotors) other than stock? Its time to replace my rotors and looked at suncoast and others. Not upgrading, keeping them stock but was intrested in options other than stock rotors that would work with stock calipers? Maybe something better that isnt extra costly over stock rotors?

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The stock rotors are not expensive at all and are proven. That's what I stick with. When it comes to items like brakes, I will ONLY go with what is proven and if an "aftermarket" item pops up it generally isn't worth saving a couple dollars. At about $150 a rotor, there is no reason to skimp. Just my $.02

If a company like Powerslot would make replacements then it would be a nice option. I guess the problem is there really isn't a huge demand for stock 996 Turbo rotors in the market as most guys spending $$$ on rotors for their Turbo are in the upgrade club.

Now, if you want to upgrade, there are options that are tried and true but you are looking at $500+ a corner.

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