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Rotors to 400 degrees?

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    Rotors to 400 degrees?

    I recently got a set of slotted and cross drilled rotors. I must have made a mistake as I could swear they said they were plated so they would not rust but of course not! So with this I am considering just powder coating the center of these but this requires baking the rotors at 400 degrees for 30 minutes. Do you all think the rotors should handle that OK or am I asking for more trouble with cracking or warping? Thanks ya'll!
    98 T/A: HPE 5.3 Heads, 238/242 113 cam, Kooks 1 7/8 stepped LT headers, Custom Y pipe, Cut out, Borla, NW 90MM TB, FAST 90MM Intake, TB Bypass, Under Drive Power steering and Crank, 150 Dry NOS, Yella Terra rockers, 3400 TC, HPE tuning,

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    i just took some rustoleum BBQ paint and brushed the centers before putting them on,its held up nice looks good.

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