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post #1 of 65 Old December 29th, 2009, 05:10 PM Thread Starter
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Drilled/slotted rotors read this!

I have a company out in calli that sells drilled and slotted rotors with ceramic brake pads, 4 waranteed rotors and 8 ceramic pads for under $200. They are offbrand but I put them on my 98 gt and she stops on a dime, rides smooth as hell...pm me for the link
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post #2 of 65 Old December 29th, 2009, 05:15 PM
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Why not just post the link?




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I didn't post the link because they are on eBay, but I can say for sure these are a great buy. Here's the link:

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Can we see pics of this mustang?


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Can we see pics of this mustang?

I doubt it but its worth asking right.

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hmmm, idk if I'd buy EBay brakes, I hate buying things that are posted the same for sale all over ebay, makes me thing they are cheap, idk, just me maybe


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The price is really good. I just want to verify that he has this 98gt. So I know its an accual person with a 98gt who accualy uses these brakes.

Im all up for ebay car parts. But this is like the whole ebay condom thing. If I know hes a real person I might buy them and feel safe using them.


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^+1 exactly what i was thinking... if hes serious then im buying. they had pretty good feedback the only negitives said the brake pads were dusty.. but for the price just buy some hawks
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The price is really good. I just want to verify that he has this 98gt. So I know its an accual person with a 98gt who accualy uses these brakes.

Im all up for ebay car parts. But this is like the whole ebay condom thing. If I know hes a real person I might buy them and feel safe using them.
Totally understandable, I just set up this account so I don't have any pics up yet, I'll take some this weekend and post em so you guys can see. Btw the pads did dust a little more than I thought up front, but pushing the piston into the caliper slightly farther when installing would help. Anyways check back Friday or Saturday I should have some pics of the brakes.
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I think they want pics of the brakes ON YOUR CAR. Not just pics of the brakes.

The price is good enough to give it a try though. I just wouldn't go back to drilled rotors myself. I'm sticking with the slots.




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You have a company athat makes slotted brakes and rotors for mustangs? They are all over ebay and you just started an account this month and happen to have a Mustang GT? hmmm. When you submit those pics I want a piece of paper that says ModdedMustangs.com written in each picture bro. Then I'll consider picking up a few.



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You have a company athat makes slotted brakes and rotors for mustangs? They are all over ebay and you just started an account this month and happen to have a Mustang GT? hmmm. When you submit those pics I want a piece of paper that says ModdedMustangs.com written in each picture bro. Then I'll consider picking up a few.
I second that. Get a sharpie and write ModdedMustangs.com on a peice of paper. Set it next to your car with the rotors you sell on it and I'll seriously consider getting a set.


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You have a company athat makes slotted brakes and rotors for mustangs? They are all over ebay and you just started an account this month and happen to have a Mustang GT? hmmm. When you submit those pics I want a piece of paper that says ModdedMustangs.com written in each picture bro. Then I'll consider picking up a few.
Lol I don't own the company, I work at a truck dealership in eureka Missouri. but I'll take some pics that say modded in them to show their not stock photos. I don't stand anything to gain I'm just tryin to show you guys this steal of a deal. Better yet I'll take some pics as soon as I get home from work so you'll know I'm legit.
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haha Hey guys this dude I legit. I have known him since I was 3! Lives right down the street from me. THey look great on his 98GT! Very clean. The warranty is pretty good too.

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haha Hey guys this dude I legit. I have known him since I was 3! Lives right down the street from me. THey look great on his 98GT! Very clean. The warranty is pretty good too.
Was wonderin when you were gonna chime in Scott lol. I'm still gonna post those pics tonight for everyone

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Yeah I want to see these pics too.

I might even buy some, IF theres some pics...I love the look of drilled/slotted, but I've been told that the slotted are better since the drilled ones tend to crack.

Also if you have any OEM rotors laying around could you take an edge-on pic of the drilled/slotted next to the OEM? I want to be able to compare the thicknesses of each.



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Yeah I want to see these pics too.

I might even buy some, IF theres some pics...I love the look of drilled/slotted, but I've been told that the slotted are better since the drilled ones tend to crack.

Also if you have any OEM rotors laying around could you take an edge-on pic of the drilled/slotted next to the OEM? I want to be able to compare the thicknesses of each.
Yea I still got my old rotors, but the new ones are on and I'm not takin them back off lol. I was gonna snap some pics last night but I wound up goin out with some friends, had a few, forgot, shit happens right? I'll get some up by tomorrow. Also if anyone is wanting some oem rotors I can turn mine at work and meet in STL for a small price

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