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    AMT rotor slotting service special

    Get ready for the track day and racing season with better and cosistant braking.

    Rotor Slottinig special on now, bring me your blank rotors and have them slotted. regular price is 100 for a set of 4. on special for 70 for a set of 4 till the end of febuary.

    thanks Adam

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    +1 works good, we put them in the altezza-powered corolla, amongst many other corollas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    +1 works good, we put them in the altezza-powered corolla, amongst many other corollas.

    yep I'm runnign a custom wilwood setup w/slotting from adam on the v8, good ****
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    i'm running rotors slotted by adam... works VERY well... i wish i had them done on every vehicle i owned...
    VZN185 - 32" BFG AT, OME suspension, ARB bumper, lightforce lights, TRD trans cooler, TRD exhaust, AMT sliders, budbuilt plates...
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    Sorry, OffTopic, where to get good rotors?

    I need to get good rotors before getting to slotted

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    most people get the lordco blanks. but i believe brembo blanks are available, check lordco or altrom for those.

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    how much to turn some rotors? The rotors on the galant is shimmying like a mofo...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1985trueno View Post
    how much to turn some rotors? The rotors on the galant is shimmying like a mofo...
    if rotors are warped, replace them...

    most places charge ~$10 to re-surface brake rotors or drums... D.V. Aldous may be a good place to ask...
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    where's this DV Aldous place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1985trueno View Post
    where's this DV Aldous place?
    They have a website!

    http://tinyurl.com/yb7x7u9
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    adam, weird question, but can you slot drums? i'm pretty sure there's little to no benefit from slotting drums tho...
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    no that would be quite difficult.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narfy View Post
    adam, weird question, but can you slot drums? i'm pretty sure there's little to no benefit from slotting drums tho...
    Most of the really oldskool race guys with drums will drill them, and vent the backing plate for additional cooling.

    On a truck, you'd just fill them up with mud faster.
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