even though the caliper size does not increase, the design of the two piece rotor allows better cooling and less weight, and if you go for a larger rotor size (say a +1), the increase in surface area allows for even better cooling. Also, looks-wise would compliment the aesthetic of the fronts:thumbsup:Thanks sheriffd2 and mattvette for the info.
But why should i go with the 2 pc rotors in the back? any reson for that :huh:
Even if you go with larger rotors in the back the break caliper is still small !!
I am planning to run them on my stock Calipers :lookinup:
The rear two piece rotor is lighter, so less unsprung weight. If your just going for looks and not improved stopping power then go with the stock size aftermarket rotors with your calipers. This way you will get the looks and not impact deep lip rims if you do that in the future. A full big brake kit will impact the off set of rims and reduce the size of the lip you can run.
If you want improved stopping power you need the full kit with larger calipers and rotors. If your not racing, perhaps that would be overkill but it does look very good!:thumbsup: