No Personal Disrespect, but what you are saying is exactly what the marketing guys will lead you to believe, and what the guys who have used them will tell you is false.From what I under stand is that they have better cooling effects then standard rotors. The amount of surface area that is removed from the Cross Drilled or Slotted is minimal and how little effect. At least that is what I understand it to be and what I have heard. Cooler rotors less warping, better breaking. Also I have heard that slotted and Drilled rotors help give "Escape Routes" for particles that get in the pad. Just my 2 cents
Under what conditions are you experiencing brake fade? Or, are you getting a big brake kit just for looks?So after spending 3+ Hours reading that The whole Slotted and Cross Drilled realy are nothing more then cosmetics.
Question - The Kit the Stainlees Steel Brakes comes with Slotted front and rear rotors. Will it not realy matter with the fact that you are upgrading to a 13" front rotor and using Disk in the back. Along with 2 Pot front calipers. So from reading the article they still are more prone to craking. but does the fact that they are 13" 2 Pot Calipers over look that fact. And if they doo crak do they offer solid rotors?
All you have to do is askThose that want to argue this, show me the proof.
IMPORTANT REMINDER: Slotted, drilled or dimpled rotors offered as OEM replacements should not be considered appropriate for high-speed track use.
While grooved, drilled and slotted rotors offer an enhanced appearance and add some resistance to the boundary layer of gasses that can build up between the pad and rotor, they are not designed to withstand the extreme temperatures that are produced on the racetrack. If they are used on the track, it is very important that the rotors be carefully inspected and should not be driven on if even minor signs of deterioration are seen. Note, too, that if any products are used on the track they are not warrantable.
NOTE: BRAKES ARE A SAFETY CRITICAL PART OF A MOTOR VEHICLE.
c)NO SQUEALING, NONE, NONE, WHATSOEVER NO SQUEALING