From what I read it, only matters if the internal veins are directional. If they are straight then it doesnt matter what way the slots are pointed.i was wondering if i installed them correctly direction-wise. would you happen to know how the slots are supposed to face for these rotors? or is it just by preference? as you can see from the pictures, the front rotors have the outside of the rotor hitting the pad first, whereas the rear is opposite. i did not realize this until after i was done putting everything away.
thx for the pic!
im gettin the same setup soon. how's the braking with the new stuff?
i'll report back after a few days breaking it in.@ OP: Hope you used ceramic pads as you'll get even more brake dust with the slotted rotors. Nice setup, how do they bite now?
Like the brakes! But please clean those TL Rims lol
@ OP: Hope you used ceramic pads as you'll get even more brake dust with the slotted rotors. Nice setup, how do they bite now?
+3.Please clean your TLs, ruins the pic haha.
Dope, but I heard black zinc rotors wear quickly. It starts to show the metal under it.
So far my experience with ceramic pads has been positive. My front wheels now need cleaning no more than the rears and the stopping is smooth and sure.There maybe some truth with the lighter color of ceramic brake dust being less noticeable, however I found that there is noticeably less grime and much easier to clean up even compared to the stock pads.