Girodisc Rotors for GT PP

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  1. rcb020

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    I love their products, I had a set of Girodisc rotors on my evo x to go with the factory Brembo's
     
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    Now theres a price I am willing to consider paying for 2-piece rotors.

    Thanks for posting
     
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    And they're lighter than the AP racing rotors! 24.1 lbs vs 24.6, half a pound per side!
     
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    wow...These are sweet looking setup. Couple these with some nice aftermarket, lightweight wheels and you can have 15-20lbs weight saving per side in the front.
     
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    Ya i think its a no-brainer when its time for new rotors... what is a more difficult decision is buying them when the stock rotors are still in good shape. I will be thrilled if I can get my car, with the blower kit on, back down to its original stock curb weight.
     
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    I had Giro discs on my 2010GT/RR and they worked great. I didn't put a ton of mile on them but i never had any issues with them.
     
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    I read on a GTR forum that a guy cracked his after 8 track days, that should be taken with a grain of salt as I don't know all the specifics. I'm hoping these are just as durable as the AP rotors when pushed long and hard at the track.
     
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    Why not wait and buy the shelby 15.5 rotors?
     
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    Well for one, I doubt they will fit the stock PP calipers.
     
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    Won't fit and likely will be the same cost as these that are listed.
     
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    Great weight savings. Hopefully they are working on the base model option.
     
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    I used girodisc rotors on my evolution 8 not too long ago. They did not last too long after a few HPDE days.

    I switched to AP discs and found that the actual material of the disc is better. Overall it just last longer. I have 4 hard trackdays on this set and the discs look great. No spider cracks or anything odd.

    While these have a lower initial cost you also have to make sure that you take into account that you may be replacing the discs more often than the AP units.
     
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