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Passed 100k miles, so time to do rotors and pads on my 2003. Any suggestions for performance and appearance improvements? Also don't want to introduce squeal. Would like to keep costs around stock.
 

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I've had R1 Concepts rotors on Hellvis for over 4 years, they are great.

I have a few used rotors in the Parts Exchange, in very good condition, for the cost of shipping. I have at least 2, don't know if they're front or rear.

I also have a complete set of calipers in very good condition for the cost of shipping, donated by Fanatic member Ross.
 

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You could try rotorpros.net


They drill, slot, paint and zinc coat stock OEM rotors, and sell them to you for less than the shelf price for stock rotors at your GM dealer. Can't tell you they perform a lot better than stock, but they look much better - no rust because of the zinc plating.

Calipers should be OK. Rotorpros, and lots of others, can sell you new pads
 
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