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last I checked, the rotors were going for $1,300 each. Remember, they are ceramic racing rotors....
 

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You can get them from Brembo or Chevy Parts. There may be additional Spec rotors available from Brembo. Brembo has choices depending on use for this brake.

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You don't go through a set of those everyday or very often at all. Aren't they rated like to 100,000 miles or something ridiculous like that?
yea, but the initial buy in is a killer....
 

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yeah using very amazing performance. It did so with a number of performance and protection improvements that confident the C6 ZR1's position as the top entertainer in Corvette's legendary record to that time frame.

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West Coast Corvettes has them for sale at $1,710.95 ea. You will need to buy 4. Shipping is included. Then you need the special brake pads that go with those rotors. The pads cost $279.95 a pair. You will also need larger wheels because the rotors are 15" and will only fit on GS and ZR1 wheels standard. This conversion will start at $7,403.70 plus tax and you might need wheels and rubber on top of that and for what performance upgrade?????? A foot and a half from 60 - 0 and no fade. If you are an avid racer - maybe, but for tooling around the street - more money than brains. :crazy:
 
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