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Old 04-28-2011, 04:51 PM   #1
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My rotors on my c5 are trashed and therefore i need to upgrade. AS far as i think my c5 is a slick looking ride and i find that the rotors on the car now are subject to rusting, dust and all other factors that make them an eye sore. That being said i am looking for a full set of cross driled and slotted rotors that perform as well as stock ...if not better but look much better while doing it. Price is a factor but any suggestions would help.
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Old 04-28-2011, 04:56 PM   #2
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Those rotors that are on eBay are zinc coated and wear really well. My car isn't a dailey driver but they've been on there for 4 years.
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Old 04-28-2011, 05:08 PM   #3
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I have a set of cross drilled and slotted rotors off my Z06 I would be willing to sell you. I have to get the new ones on first. These have about 20K miles on them and are in great shape. No track use or anything else, just DD use. I am not sure of the make or model, but will find out soon.

I am only replacing them because I got a great deal on a set of Wilwood 2 piece rotors.

PM me and we can work a deal out.
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If you are still looking, I have a new set of Baer Decelarotors, still in the box, that need a new home.
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If you are still looking, I have a new set of Baer Decelarotors, still in the box, that need a new home.
Curious as to why you didn't mount them?
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Curious as to why you didn't mount them?
I sold my C5 and bought a C6. New car has Z51 so I will not be able to use these rotors.
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We could certainly help you out with the GM drilled and slotted rotors and some ceramic pads!

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The Baer rotors would be a good choice. I ran a set of the Baer Eradispeeds on my '00 and they were a very good product.
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I didnt want to spend the money for the Eradispeed's so I went with the Baer Decela rotors (cross drilled and slotted) and Hawk Ceramic pads from Corvette Central. I couldnt be more happy the ceramic pads are amazing for dust compared to the stock GM pads. Thank god for the ceramics no more cleaning rims after every drive!
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We could certainly help you out with the GM drilled and slotted rotors and some ceramic pads!

Can't go wrong with these from Gene. They are next on my list.
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Old 04-30-2011, 02:36 AM   #11
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Hi Gene,
how much is a set of those zinc plated drilled/slotted rotors for an '04?
I couldn't find them in the brakes section of the site...

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Here they are Lil Blue Coupe.http://forums.corvetteforum.com/c5-p...rts-house.html
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I just installed a set of the Delco Performance Rotors on my C5.

Here is the Front:


Here is the rear:
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Brake Performance drilled and slotted with black zinc :

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Mine came with Brembo cross drill rotors.

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The Baer rotors would be a good choice. I ran a set of the Baer Eradispeeds on my '00 and they were a very good product.
Yea.....my choice too on my 2000. Love the look.
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We are running a special on front/rear kits with power stop ceramic pads for only $180.00 shipped. Check out the link in my signature for the sales thread.
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im in canada so does that incluse shipping to vancouver b.c as well?
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We are running a special on front/rear kits with power stop ceramic pads for only $180.00 shipped. Check out the link in my signature for the sales thread.
Got these on my car and you see a picture above(jrose7004) from their ebay store

Very nice zinc plating on the hub.
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