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    Suckin Gas-N-Haulin Ass lx24's Avatar
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    Rear End Jumps

    Why Does My Rea End Jump When I Brake??

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    there might be a few factors for that.
    It's wheel hop.
    Have you done any modifications to the car ?
    this can happen w/ a shorter Torque-Arm.
    Also, if shocks aren't adequate, such as stock ones, it will happen when braking hard.

    your car stock ? what are the mods ?
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    almost stock triple-black 2000 SS convertible with 17x11s on all 4 w/ 315s at the track or on the street with 18x10.5s on all 4 w/ 315s: (1), (2)

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    IT WASNT ANYTHNG MAJOR, I FUGURED OUT THE PROBLEM WHEN I PULLED MY TIRE OFF, IT TURNED OUT MY ROTORS WERE WARPED, IM GOING TO PUT DRILLED AND SLOTTED ONES ON SOON ANYWAY, tHANKS.

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    you better off putting plane instead of crossed + drilled.
    get some brembo ones stock size... not $ and very good.
    the drilled and more $ and less braking power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eugenio_SS View Post
    you better off putting plane instead of crossed + drilled.
    get some brembo ones stock size... not $ and very good.
    the drilled and more $ and less braking power.
    Less braking power? I've heard the opposite. If they have less braking power, what's the advantage to having drilled and slotted?

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    you know, i keep wondering why people say that. i have the drilled and slotted on both of my cars. when i got them, i swapped only the rotors. definate improvement.

    and there's enough of them being used in just about all major racing venues to state otherwise. regardless of the cracking issue around the outer holes. had them on for well over a year with no cracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eugenio_SS View Post
    you better off putting plane instead of crossed + drilled.
    get some brembo ones stock size... not $ and very good.
    the drilled and more $ and less braking power.
    STOP SPREADING THESE LIES! pick up a physics book, slotted and/or drilled rotors do not have less barking power!!! why cant this rumor be beaten down

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