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I have a set of red BBK AEM rotors for sale (fronts only). Still got a lot of life on them. Looking to get 325 plus shipping. Let me know if you guys have any questions.

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These CAN be resurfaced. But it would be done at a shop with a machine that can resurface slotted rotors (a lot of shops have them). If not, then the slots and holes will be chipped along the edge. But they can definitely be resurfaced if you ever want to resurface them. BTW, this price comes with all the parts that allow the installation of the BBK rotors. Longer bolts and brackets.

Let me know if you are still interested!
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I have been using reybesto pads with them. I can include the pads that were with the rotors before i took them off if you want. I think there is less than 3000 miles on those pads. On the rotors there is probably around 7-8k miles or so on them. FYI, I am selling them only because i upgrade my brake system and they've been off the car for the last three months or so..
 

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Discussion Starter · #8 · (Edited)
Here are the pics:





Keep in mind that they've been off the car so once they are used again, the rotors will become shiny and not dull like the pics show.

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come with all the hardware and caliper relocation bracket and stuff?
 

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Comes with Bracket for caliper relocation, longer bolts for caliper + bracket application, used pads, and... uh.. i dunno, what else do you want me to throw in? hahaaa

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BTW, if anyone wants to see pics of the calipers on my car, there is a pic or two in my gallery. :)
The wheels are 18s so as you can see these rotors are A LOT bigger than stock rotors.

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Generally, if the right pads are used and you do not slam on the brakes or abuse them to them point where they over heat and glaze, they should not require resurfacing. For my rotors, i didn't notice any pulsation or warping before I took them off. So i don't see any reason why they would need to be resurfaced yet.

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slowaccord said:
hey there are no pics of thse on ur car in ur gallery. can u upload them?

Not the best pics, but these are the ones in my gallery slowaccord.
Hope these work.





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