Ok.. like the topic said I have just got my tax back.
Now so far on my shopping list i have
PaceMaker Extractors: $419 Fitted
Crow Stage 2 Cam: $499 Fitted (Gotto Confirm if this is with or without dyno)
JL 12" W6 V2: $1200 Retail Got it for $850
Box for said JL: Guestimating about $300
Also im ordering some custom airbox and bonnet scoops: ????
(Not sure of a price for 2 x bonnet scoops and the airbox)
2 x (For front only) Slotted and perhaps cross drilled rotors (havent made up my mind which way to go yet)
My question's are
Do the above prices seem good?
And also what kind of price would I be looking at for the cross drilled and slotted/ just slotted rotors. Can i just replace the front two rotors or is it something you have to replace all four?
With the slotted Vs slotted & cross drilled, DBA say there is no difference in performance - the cross-drilled are really only for looks.
As for price, they should be somewhere around the $130-$140 mark each disc (yes, $280 per pair). Luckily, doing the front is all you require for a good brake upgrade - doing all the rear as well will give only slightly better stopping power.
AU1 XR8 Auto147.9 rwkw (approx 215 fwkw)
AU2 Wagon HAD Auto
17s, Pacemakers, 3" Intake & Pod filter (The Family Hack)
Depending on how much I have left over I might end up getting the verneir gear, does anyone know how much that is worth?
Also I think im going to go for the slotted rotors instead of cross drilled, and I only replaced the pads a couple of thousand kms ago, I'll have to check out what type of pads I put on there, they were bendex something but I cant remember. If they arnt the good ones then yes I will be replacing them aswell.
EFJas, Do you have any idea who In perth I could take my car to, to get the rotors done?
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