2001 WRXed Caged L
The only reason high end performance cars have drilled rotors are for lighter rotors and looks. Plus, most of these cars have huge rotors. I am sure NW OBS does not have the same rotor size on his Subaru that these cars have. Most of the people that buy the high end cars can afford to replace their rotors every 6 months before they start cracking.So if they're only on there for looks, does that mean they're not really drilled? Because i'm quite sure they are drilled all the way through, and whether they're there for looks or not if your theory is right then NW OBS is also right in saying that according to your theory many of the daily driver built high end vehicles with drilled rotors are also unsafe.
He isn't running slotted rotors, he is running a cross drilled rotor.Not sure why you're so against one person using slotted rotors on his DD, he has substantial and physical proof that it has helped him, how do you argue against that? No you actually did crash you're just brainwashed?
He brought up his kids to prove a argument about braking, I simply responded saying he should probably get rid of the rotors if he cares that much. I have provided enough information that proves drilled rotors have no effect on braking but only on weight/looks.It's pretty low to call out a father by telling him he's a risk to his own kids man, not cool.