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      09-30-2013, 08:41 PM   #4
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Personally I'd stick to stock when it comes to the rotors. Blanks are the way to go; they'll last the longest and provide the least headaches (no noise, &c). Slotted will go through pads faster and drilled are a thing of the past, I always wonder why they're still popular (probably because they 'look cool').
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2017 BMW F30 340i - Mineral Gray/Coral Red, M Sport, Track Handling, 6MT