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Old Feb 8, 2018, 06:10 PM
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2014 MR Rotors

So went to the dealer today and got a quote on getting new brakes. Sadly i have put off getting my brakes done and so i do think i need new rotors. But dealer quote some outrageous price like $5000 which is obviously bull****. new to the community and certainly not really very knowledgeable but got a mechanic that is willing to do the work if i get the parts. Was looking to get Centric rotors but just wanted to make sure that the will fit with my Brembo calipers. Any ideas?
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So went to the dealer today and got a quote on getting new brakes. Sadly i have put off getting my brakes done and so i do think i need new rotors. But dealer quote some outrageous price like $5000 which is obviously bull****. new to the community and certainly not really very knowledgeable but got a mechanic that is willing to do the work if i get the parts. Was looking to get Centric rotors but just wanted to make sure that the will fit with my Brembo calipers. Any ideas?
Any 1 piece centric rotor for the GSR will fit the MR.

Part numbers for front centric premium: 125.46076 Centric Premium High Carbon Rotor (Solid)

About $160 a pair.

Or slotted: 126.46076 Centric Premium High Carbon Rotor (Slotted)
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I just put on a pair of Centric 125 Series High Carbon Premium Front Brake Rotors (part #125.46076) on my GSR. I paid $105 each.
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As mentioned, single piece GSR rotors work too. Centrics are nice, and here's the Raybestos & Wagner numbers if that helps. 980662 & 180072 respectively. Pads FMSI is 1001 for the fronts.


If you're not tracking the car and just street driving it, a good combo would be the Centric/Raybestos rotors and you can do the Raybestos EHT1001 pads. Extremely low dust, zero noise, and really good bite cold or hot, with good wear characteristics.
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I did stoptech aero drilled two piece rotors because i wanted way better stopping power for the street.

they cost me about a grand with free by myself install.

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I did stoptech aero drilled two piece rotors because i wanted way better stopping power for the street.

they cost me about a grand with free by myself install.

total waste of money for the street. You will literally see no braking performance difference between those and 1-piece $150 centric premiums on the street.
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OK, well I thought my post was funny.
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What rotors and pads did you end up installing?
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