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2008-2013 Cadillac CTS Performance Mods Discussion, Cross Drilled & Slotted Brakes Available NOW in Cadillac CTS Second Generation Forum - 2008-2013; That's right you heard it. Finally the cross drilled/slotted rotors are now available for the 2008+ Cadillac CTS. Please note ...
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    Cross Drilled & Slotted Brakes Available NOW

    That's right you heard it. Finally the cross drilled/slotted rotors are now available for the 2008+ Cadillac CTS. Please note we have applications for the AWD and RWD models, even the performance suspension models.




    OEM Brake Disc - Basic - Front Cadillac CTS - 08+ $240.00
    OEM Brake Disc - Basic - Rear Cadillac CTS - 08+ $208.00
    OEM Brake Disc - Drilled/Slotted-STD - Front Cadillac CTS - 08+ $420.00
    OEM Brake Disc - Drilled/Slotted-STD - Rear Cadillac CTS - 08+ $360.00
    OEM Brake Disc - Drilled/Slotted-Sport - Front Cadillac CTS - 08+ $420.00
    OEM Brake Disc - Drilled/Slotted-Sport - Rear Cadillac CTS - 08+ $360.00
    OEM Brake Disc - Slotted-STD - Front Cadillac CTS - 08+ $340.00
    OEM Brake Disc - Slotted-STD - Rear Cadillac CTS - 08+ $280.00
    OEM Brake Disc - Slotted-Sport - Front Cadillac CTS - 08+ $340.00
    OEM Brake Disc - Slotted-Sport - Rear Cadillac CTS - 08+ $280.00

    Prices are per axle.

    We also have slotted & OE standard rotors available. Please be sure to check out the performance brake pads also.

    Please let us know if there are any questions.

    Thank you,

    Dr. Design
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    Re: Cross Drilled & Slotted Brakes Available NOW

    Couple questions.

    Are the rotors casted with the holes or drilled afterwards?

    Do any of the holes go through a vein?

    Are your slots double ball milled?

    Are the rotors heat treated or cryoed?

    Is the hat and veins e-coated or painted?

    If the rotors are drilled after the rotor is made, where did you ever get the idea that drilled rotors are good for racing?

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    Re: Cross Drilled & Slotted Brakes Available NOW

    Hello,
    No problem. Here are the answers to your questions:

    Are the rotors casted with the holes or drilled afterwards?
    -All Rotora discs with cross-chamfer drills are machined (not casted)

    Do any of the holes go through a vein?
    -All Rotora discs with cross-chamfer drills are designed not touching the veins

    Are your slots double ball milled?
    -All Rotora discs with slots are machined on with single ball end-mill

    Are the rotors heat treated or cryoed?

    -All Rotora discs are heat treated only (no Cryo)

    Is the hat and veins e-coated or painted?

    -All Rotora discs are e-coated (electro-coated). Soon, Rotora will be offering cadmium plated discs for high rust protection from nature weather conditions.

    If the rotors are drilled after the rotor is made, where did you ever get the idea that drilled rotors are good for racing?

    -In Rotora’s catalogs and all printed materials, we always preach slotted discs are preferred choices when using these discs under extreme use (particularly for tracking purposes). We never recommend drilled discs for competition/track use. Rotora compromised with consumers who demands cross-drill race look with a tracking capability by introducing the drilled/slotted design most of its applications.


    Please let us know if there are any other questions.

    Thank you,

    Dr. Design
    D3 Cadillac

    Quote Originally Posted by 05CTS View Post
    Couple questions.

    Are the rotors casted with the holes or drilled afterwards?

    Do any of the holes go through a vein?

    Are your slots double ball milled?

    Are the rotors heat treated or cryoed?

    Is the hat and veins e-coated or painted?

    If the rotors are drilled after the rotor is made, where did you ever get the idea that drilled rotors are good for racing?

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