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have been running the rotorpros drilled and slotted rotors for over a week now and do great and look good. the chevy mech. said they appeared to be very good.
I knew some of you had been askin about them. I am satisfied. also put 275/45R19 108Y toyo tires on front and 315/35R20 106W on back no problems no rubbs when turning all left or right. looks good. will try to post pictures tomorrow. (TOYO S/T HIGH PERFORMACE) :cool :thumbs
 

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Thanks, Bob

Looks like both you and Ken are happy with the results - I guess it's time to order.

Ray
 

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About 500 miles they still look good! I chromed my calipers also, but when I bled my brakes I have never been able to get all the air out. I have a power bleeder and bled them about 5 times there is no air coming out but the pedal just isn't right. I was thinking it could have somthing to do with the A.B.S. It just feels like air in the line. I have not talked to my dealer yet, It's less hostille here. Any suggestions?
Ken
 
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Bleed or not to Bleed

Ken, do you have to bleed the reservoir also?? On a veheicle I had a few years ago they were like that until I bleed it also.
 

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Ken Thurm said:
About 500 miles they still look good! I chromed my calipers also, but when I bled my brakes I have never been able to get all the air out. I have a power bleeder and bled them about 5 times there is no air coming out but the pedal just isn't right. I was thinking it could have somthing to do with the A.B.S. It just feels like air in the line. I have not talked to my dealer yet, It's less hostille here. Any suggestions?
Ken
My guess is its the rea calipers. Since they have the parking brake hardware on the inside they would tend to hold air bubbles. The only way I know to get the air out is to drive, bounce, and rattle the calipers and bleed some more. Don't ask how I know......

Godd luck and let us knwo the end result.
 
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stock size

They are the stock size. but I only have $300 invested including the install.
It does look better to me. :thumbs :seeya
 

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Did You Change Brake Pads?

BobA said:
have been running the rotorpros drilled and slotted rotors for over a week now and do great and look good. the chevy mech. said they appeared to be very good.
I knew some of you had been askin about them. I am satisfied. also put 275/45R19 108Y toyo tires on front and 315/35R20 106W on back no problems no rubbs when turning all left or right. looks good. will try to post pictures tomorrow. (TOYO S/T HIGH PERFORMACE) :cool :thumbs
Bob, I bought those same rotor's on e-bay haven't installed them yet as SSR is still in winter storage. Did you go with a different brake pad or keep the stock one? I know there has been some discussion on not using the dustless ceramic pads as it will wear the rotor faster
 
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the only thing I changed was the rotors. we will see how long the pads last. I do about as much town drivin as hyway. It's not my daily driver but it gets driven almost every day. 2800 mi in 2 months. the longest trip so far has been to arkansas, about 270 mi round trip. plannin on goin to dallas in a few weeks. I would like to get those 4000 to 5000 mi on so that pesky program in the brain will go away from protecting the tranny. you can watch dino run and see the very wavy line all across the power curve.
 
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