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      10-29-2012, 08:15 AM   #1
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ECS Geomet Drilled Rotors

Whats up fellas!

I installed the rotors over the weekend. On a scale 1 to 10 for the install 1 being easy and 10 being professional mechanic. This install was a 4 to 5. Here are the pics.

-ECS Geomet Drilled Rotors (rear)
-Red stuff pads

A fair review, price is great & fast shipping. I just installed them so quality or use is not going to be very accurate. Coming from brake pads and rotors that were installed 75K ago these are far better and great response. So definately recommend these. I will be doing the front in the next coming months.
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Look good! I was going to do this but they ran out until next year and I needed brakes now
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have u thought about painting the calipers in yellow? would look nice with red pads
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have u thought about painting the calipers in yellow? would look nice with red pads
McDonalds brakes?
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Do the rotors "look" BBK or do they still look puny stock size?
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Not puny for sure. But drilled and slotted, I would say in the middle not bbk and not stock. For the price I think they are perfect and after driving for a week the performance is great.
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If I paint I would do a royal blue... Yellow not so much, but thanks for the thought.
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Not puny for sure. But drilled and slotted, I would say in the middle not bbk and not stock. For the price I think they are perfect and after driving for a week the performance is great.
What did the rotors measure? 300mm?
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Not puny for sure. But drilled and slotted, I would say in the middle not bbk and not stock. For the price I think they are perfect and after driving for a week the performance is great.
What did the rotors measure? 300mm? I need to see it with a wheel mounted and a far away pic.
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are these type of rotors (slotted/drilled) uni directional?
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I have no clue if they are unidirectional or 300 mm. I just bought them, installed them, and drive. Here is the link to the website where I purchased them, perhaps this could be more informative. I know a lot of drivers on here love the BIG BRAKE kits, but if you are not racing in Formula1 I see no point to $1K to $3K on brakes. Just my opinion and I am not hating on them either. Daily driver these do just fine.

http://www.ecstuning.com/News/BMW_GEOMET/
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