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Old 04-05-2013, 01:45 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by suss6052 View Post
Those look like spray painted rotors, that's not a good thing for stopping at all, they look like they were meant for a show car, not one that actually has to work. First of all it would burn off fairly quickly due to the friction of the pads dragging across it, but in the interim the stopping power would be severely reduced due to the lower coefficient of friction of the paint.

This could also damage the brake pads. Stick with a quality part rather than some tuner nonsense.
Are you sure these are you good, Suss?

"We offer an industry first PCC Chromium plating, that protects far better than any zinc or paint process can, and it looks...well see for yourself. There's nothing like it!"

Originally Posted by TheGlassMaker View Post
I just put powerstop rotors and pads on my mazda they a silver zink plated. I've had them for three weeks so far and they don't even surface rust over night.
He said his are Zinc plated. Nopi is saying their chromium is better than zinc.
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