Agree with you whole heartedly, Chris K.,
The first time you initially hit the stock
discs after driving for a period of time
in really wet weather, they are not
exactly at their best until the water film
has been "wiped" from the disc.
I assume the drilled rotor, in providing
"multi-paths" for faster water removal
under the aforementioned conditions
would be better in this particular respect.
This would be the only reason I would
use them as I find the stock system "kept
in good order" (as you say) is perfectly compatible with my current
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