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Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 40 of Thread: Girodisc rotor update Thread Tools Show Printable Version. As you can see in the pictures the Girodisc rotor is also 5 pounds lighter. My Photo Gallery: 0. I know this was kicked around in the thread I stared about the issues I had with the PZero tires, didn't know you were still having it. While these will greatly benefit aggressive driving track and autocross , they're simply better in every way and will benefit a street car, too. I'm a total newb, so bear with me. This means the veins are backwards on one side and so one rotor doesn't get optimal cooling. I will be taking my car out for several track events in the next couple months. The other issues with the OEM design is that they use a drilled rotor. If you're new to forums in general, be sure to check out the Forum FAQ. Ignore the road grime on my car Mike at Girodisc informed me that they are in the production schedule and should be in stock in a few weeks out. I've had rotors where the finish came out looking like they were resurfaced by dragging them through the parking lot. What you feel are pad deposits that stick to the rotor. Hello and welcome to the Audizine Forums! Originally Posted by Gurds7. You seriously need me to do basic arithmetic for you Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page:. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk. As a guest, you are welcome to poke around and view the majority of the content that we have to offer, but in order to post, search, contact members, and get full use out of the website you will need to Register for an Account. In addition I switched over to their Magic pads for the front and am very happy with the feel and bite. It's free and it's easy, so don't hesitate to join the Audizine Family today! As mentioned these will be a rather nice upgrade for a stock, daily driven or tracked RS3 that wants to keep the factor caliper. My Classifieds: 0. Any idea on pricing yet? Great to see these. As stated above, Girodisc worked with me on the pricing for helping them out so I won't share that. The weight savings sound appealing. RS3 stock RS3 Unitronic tune only I assume you are kidding. Yes, the fronts were over a month ago. Originally Posted by Swat Unfortunately no, the dealership did though however replacement all 4 tires for me last week which was crazy but no dice since has a shake I'm still pointing to the rotors since they have shake under pressure hopefully they are causing this whole condition. Greg is spot on regarding the OEM design. Because of the high fin count they are able to make a light rotor that does not sacrifice strength and provides a significant cooling benefit. I noticed that on the track with both the RS3 and my wife's TTS the rears get hot, most likely due to the fact that they do not have a sport differential : and use the brakes to provide a way of "torque vectoring". Believe you can add warped into another reason some of us want betteer then stock standard brakes. All times are GMT {/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Originally Posted by Excelerate Rep. Any update on these, have they been released? The second benefit is cooling. Is it for daily driven use, or more autocross and track focused? If you post here, be sure to PM me your email so I can keep track. Good to know there are other options if I am not satisfied with stock system. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Remember me. The Girodisc rotors fix that with left and right-hand specific discs, and also the cooling veins are significantly wider than stock allowing for more airflow. Or just fronts for now? Originally Posted by shivaswrath. Modern cast iron rotors are incredibly durable, including the ones OEMs use. My local track is Road America and hitting mph coming into turn 1 is bad enough, when you do the same coming into 5 when the braking zone is on a down hill and the corner is sharper than 90 degrees now things get exciting and hence the brake dust buildup on my calipers in the pictures above :. As the title says I got the first set of rotors to test fit on my RS3. And for the pad, is it a daily focused pad or a track focused pad? Basically need brakes anyway that are worth stopping lol, only running stage 1 and mid pipe delete and this thing sure does need better brakes I've been going back and forth about possibly doing a pre-order for these. First is the lighter weight just under 6 lbs savings per corner which means less rotational mass and results in improvements to braking, acceleration, and overall feel. Seriously very excited about this The rotor piece that they are using is a tried and tested design, from what I understand, and it'll hold up well. Hmm I thought only the early brakes had the cooling issue? Thanks, Greg. Originally Posted by FuzzyHat. The shimmy sensation is most often caused by uneven pad deposits. The factory RS rotors don't hold up well to tracking, in large part due to poor cooling. If you make too light of a rotor without proper heat dissipation they will crack I do need to look at the backing plates for the rears to come up with a good way to get air into the center of the rotor. Girodisc rotor update Guest-only advertisement. Why would someone upgrade to this? Originally Posted by OE2. I watched your most recent YT vid Did you get the rears too? And whenever I speak to someone who tracks their car hard they complain about the stress cracks around the holes There is definitely something beneficial to the drilled rotors they even come on Ferraris : they look cool : To clarify, I'm talking about hard use, not "spirited street driving". The 'hat' is just a variation to get the offset right This sounds more like a driveline issue for example tire balance than a rotor issue. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Before doing so I always ask them if their tooling is sharp and when the last time the machine was serviced. This is an old technique that at one time was thought to to be good Regarding the Girodisc rotors. To start viewing posts, select the forum section that you want to visit from the selection below. You put the rotors on the scale but what is the unit of measurement? Normally I don't just gravitate toward a light rotor for track use because you need thermal mass to help manage the heat in a track situation. I sent them my rotor a while back to measure off of and these are pics of the first set. Anyone interested? Originally Posted by brad65ford. When you lightly press the brakes does it change? I would be interested. We've done a number of their kits on the TTRS because of the horrid stock design. It's would be a simple matter of a small change to at least get the rotors spinning in the proper direction from a cooling standpoint. I'm feeling a shake all the time though with out brake pedal and with brake pedal. Call them, they are not on the website yet. Rotors hardly if ever actually warp. Register or Log In now! Does anyone know what the factory rotors sell for? Originally Posted by PeteJ. These rotors will be on my to do list. Originally Posted by lalalaprise.