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      04-20-2015, 09:37 PM   #28
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Drives: 2017 M2, LBB, DCT, Exec
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Oro Valley, AZ

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I just looked up the part numbers and prices, the cheapest I could find per rotor is $3,500 each. Pads were $750 a set at tischer and that was just fronts, I assume the rears are cheaper by a little bit. There is no question these brakes a very effective but they are not budget friendly. I go to Sema each year and one of the vendors showed me a new formula that has the durability of steel and weight of carbon ceramic. The price was over 20k for a set of rotors so no price break but my guess is as new methods and tech is used these rotors will become much more user friendly for the average person. Till then I won't be ordering my car with them. I rode in a M4 during a track day with race type pads and when the driver hit the brakes they felt plenty effective and did not fade.