Beautie! Nice find!
Part numbers listed below:Thought I'd try to pass along the info for track whores/people on a budget:
I've been running Autozone front rotors; part # 34203 for the last four trackdays. OEM and Brembo blanks stress crack after about that many days of hard running, so I figured I'd give these a shot.
At $31 each(!) how could I go wrong. Anyway, they've held up at least as well as the Brembo's and the OEMs have. Don't shy away from them. (Miata track guys run these as well, lighter car, but they hold up for them too)
I also just picked up a second set of H6 rotors from them, # 31273. $19 each. At that price the H6 upgrade may be a possibility for more people.
EDIT: These numbers only work at Autozones and that is it.RS front - 31247
RS rear - 31043
WRX front/4pot front - 34203
WRX rear - 31043
H6 rear - 31273
2pot rear - 44322
Yes I mean Duralast rotors.uh. do you mean duralast rotors? I thought those things were absolute junk?! I'm honestly shocked!
You would need to get a the WRX adapter to move the caliper further out to fit the fronts. The rears would need the H6 adapter to fit the rear rotors.I know I probably sound dumb asking this but....
Will these rotors work with stock hardware? Stock 2001 RS braking systems that is.
I would believe the rotors to be cross-compatabile but couldn't the calipers have something to do with it? Would I need WRX calipers?
Nope. The 2pot rears are vented and wider.Isn't the WRX rear rotors will work as 2 pot rear rotors?
Thanks alot, do you know a good place to buy these adapters?You would need to get a the WRX adapter to move the caliper further out to fit the fronts. The rears would need the H6 adapter to fit the rear rotors.
Yeah those are alittle expensive. Try and find them used on Nasioc.Awesome, thanks for the tip! I will def. be pursuing this route when my stock brakes get worn. This is a major money-saver! Now the only major expense is those damn brackets for the front and rear!
Edited the post for you. Thanks for bringing that up.Hrmm... better then brembos and cheaper. Do they have wrx rears? Seeings as how i drive a wrx