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Guys and Gals,
I need some better front rotors for my 2014 Z51 (Still running the crappy originals) I will track the car a couple / few times a year at Sebring, So lots of heat build up....
Does anyone have any good advice for a set? I don't mind spending 5 to 600 for a pair, but trying not to do 500 a rotor.
Any ideas?
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Guys and Gals,
I need some better front rotors for my 2014 Z51 (Still running the crappy originals) I will track the car a couple / few times a year at Sebring, So lots of heat build up....
Does anyone have any good advice for a set? I don't mind spending 5 to 600 for a pair, but trying not to do 500 a rotor.
Any ideas?
GM stopped installing those oddball one piece two section rotors that had to have the cooling rings added. I don't think they sell them any more even as replacements. See what kind of a price you can get from one of the online GM Parts dealers Vs Amazon shown below.

Fronts from Amazon Part Number: 23242229
Amazon Amazon

Rears from Amazon Part Number: 23322785
Amazon Amazon

Amazon will probably be a lot less.

Other than those rotors you are looking at a lot more expense.
https://www.essexparts.com/essex-des...ont-c7z51-pair

https://www.essexparts.com/essex-des...c7z51base-pair

If you are only doing a few track days a year it will be hard to swallow $2600 for rotors that will still wear but not as fast. Replacement cost will be better at approximately $600 for two rotor rings and associated hardware to replace the rings on the hats.

You can get a set of four slotted DBA single piece rotors for about $820.
https://www.zip-corvette.com/14-19-c...ke-rotors.html

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