: I'm looking for larger rotors for my 02 EXT



RichieRich
05-20-07, 10:37 AM
I've been searching the site, the net & Ebay trying to find some bigger rotors (14") for my 02 EXT. I've looked at the EradiSpeed-PLUS-ONE's that CaddyKid used but they're up around $1200.00 for front & rear. I find it hard to believe that Baer is the only one making a 14" rotor upgrade for our trucks. Does anyone know of another company making something along the lines of the Baer EradiSpeed-PLUS-ONE's... I want something that comes with the caliper relocator & front / rear 14" rotors as a kit. I just can't see spending $1200 for a 14" kit when I can buy 12" OEM sized slotted rotors with brake pads for around $225 - $250.

tc3
05-20-07, 10:40 PM
I've got a front ane rear kit I'd sell for $1200.
http://www.cadillacforums.com/cadillac-classifieds/showproduct.php?product=2524&sort=1&cat=27&page=1

RichieRich
05-20-07, 10:53 PM
I found them on line for 900 since I first posted this. Not to mention you kit has a 14" front but 12" rear... Why would you do that? I'll buy what you have but you'll have to come WAY down in price.

tc3
05-20-07, 11:20 PM
Do what?!? Stock sized rears?!? I did state that.

hcvone
05-21-07, 07:29 AM
I have had the Eradispeed +1's on my Z06's, and it was well worth the price. Comparing 12" to 14" rotors is like comparing a Ferrari to a Yugo, the difference is night and day when it comes to stopping. Stock size rotors even with new pads will make only a slight difference in stopping, and drilled and slotted give almost no better stopping, but get rid of heat better, but mostly for looks on street cars, I know I have had them on every car and SUV I have owned in the last 20 years, I kid you not. :)

RichieRich
05-21-07, 07:53 AM
Hey Carl... Funny thing, I was going to email you to see if you had any advice or if you had any connections to get some 14" rotors. Especially since we're in the same area. Best price I have found is around $900.00...

RichieRich
05-21-07, 07:54 AM
Do what?!? Stock sized rears?!? I did state that.

I'm not sure what this stuff is about ?!? but my question was, why would you order 14" for the front & 12" for the rear?

hcvone
05-21-07, 09:22 AM
Hey Carl... Funny thing, I was going to email you to see if you had any advice or if you had any connections to get some 14" rotors. Especially since we're in the same area. Best price I have found is around $900.00...

I have seen them for $896.00, basically 900 dollars seems to be a good price. SSBC has a 14" kit too, I have seen it and it's nice too.

RichieRich
05-21-07, 10:26 AM
Where'd you see the set for $896.00? The best I found was $935 plus shipping.

tc3
05-21-07, 12:26 PM
I'm not sure what this stuff is about ?!? but my question was, why would you order 14" for the front & 12" for the rear?
Sorry, I misinterpret what u meant!:)

RichieRich
05-21-07, 01:54 PM
Sorry, I misinterpret what u meant!:)

Not a problem... If you get desperate to sell what you have I am interested in buying it but since I can get it for $900 with 14" rotors all the way around you'd have to be willing to sell kinda cheap...

05ctsvfla
06-14-08, 11:00 AM
Can you send me the link or contact info, I'm interested in purchasing a set as well.

Thanks,
Taso

tanastasopoulos@gmail.com

BIG SPENDER
06-14-08, 04:51 PM
Have you looked into Power Slot PLUS??? they make a 14" front two piece rotor with bracket to re use the stock calipers, front only..

1badchevelle
05-16-10, 01:11 PM
A lot of Silverado guys are using corvette calipers c5 z06 or c6z06, custom brackets and baer rotors. That seems to be the nor. Since I have c5 z06 on my 71 chevelle I think I will be running the c6z06 in the lade.