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I Received my New R1 rotors today !
can't wait to install with lowering springs
are the R1 concept drilled and crossed rotors products shown in the website
cuz ive been there and nothing is for the SRT8 model of 2012.

r the WK1's the same size as the WK2?!

i dont think so..

assistance required.
 

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those are just drilled centric brand rotors. Centric rotors are very cheap...but a good rotor. R1 drills the rotors themselves which could lead to cracking....FYI. They've sold probably hundreds of sets for SRT's though. I had a set on my 2006.
 

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I have the R1 drilled and slotted rotors - have had them for about 2 months and all the recessed areas (around the drill holes and slots) and inner ring around the hub (any area the pad doesn't touch is covered in surface rust. I'm not very happy and when I mount my new 22's it's going to look horrible. I called R1 and they said to remove and spray the entire rotor in a high temp black and then once the pad contact area will wear off and the rest will remain black. Don't like this at all - for almost $700 worth of rotors this shouldn't be the case. I would not recommend R1concepts!

Think I'm about to go with the drilled brembo's if no one has this surface rust issue.
 

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nope...little over $600 now on tirerack.com for brembos
 

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Wow...tirerack.com went way up on prices. I just bought these fir my 2014 in july
 
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