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post #1 of 12 Old 09-21-2013, 10:06 AM Thread Starter
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Brembo 78B40823

Has anybody tried these yet? Did anybody (besides LDH) even know they existed? They seem to be reasonably priced, it's good to have options.



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post #2 of 12 Old 09-22-2013, 12:00 PM
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That price is way beyond "reasonable", considering the OEM rotors are $415 each. My '02 is due new rotors soon (one is slightly bent after being hit by a piece of wood on the freeway), and this seems to be a good alternative.

Found them here: http://www.pjsparts.com/catalog/prod...oducts_id=4382 -- $175 each. That's one helluva price.

Thanks for the find!

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I might be doing this for the winter. Thanks for the find and link!

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I might be doing this for the winter. Thanks for the find and link!
+1! My right rotor just might be toast after the last track day so I might have to buy a new set. Great info and great find. Thank you!

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Oops, I guess I did forget the PJ's parts link, Thanks Rob


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+1! My right rotor just might be toast after the last track day so I might have to buy a new set. Great info and great find. Thank you!
Can I get your left rotor then? Or you can buy my right rotor. Either way.

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Can I get your left rotor then? Or you can buy my right rotor. Either way.
Sounds mighty ghey... Keep googleit out of this thread!

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Sounds mighty ghey... Keep googleit out of this thread!
I never mentioned Google, has he been in mind lately for you?

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Chill guys, chill. No sense fighting.

Serious question, though, anyone know if 919 rotors fit the 599?

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'07-'11 599 used the same rotors as the 919 and 600 F4, looks like the earlier 599's used the smaller hole 600 F3 rotors


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Dang, well, 07+ 599's are only sold in Europe :/

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Wow this is even cheaper than EBC. Good find Dan.

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