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brake rotors

  1. K

    Screwed up my front brakes. How?

    New-to-me-2014 with 106k miles. The brakes were clearly in need of some attention as there was vibration when braking, so I decided to order new Rotors and Pads from RockAuto: CENTRIC 12052002 BREMBO P09004N Those parts should be correct. So, I believe that I did it "by the book" and removed...
  2. E

    2013 Model S P85+ : Need New Brake Pads & Rotors

    Hi all - need your help on recommendations for ideal brake pads and rotors since the ones quoted from Tesla Service were way too expensive. This is what they are charging for my 2013 Model S P85+. TESLA SERVICE ESTIMATE Front Rotors Part #: 6006-420-00-A $240.00 each Rear Rotors Part #...
  3. Brass Guy

    Brake rotor cross reference?

    Is there an equivalent vehicle that uses a matching brake rotor? Tesla's prices are still outrageous. I have exhausted my search capabilities. I was hoping to find a wiki with parts cross references, but I don't think there is one. Definitely need new fronts, but it'd be nice to know rears too.
  4. Leifp

    Aero wheels, front rotors for sale in DFW

    Wheels & tires and front brake rotors in Northwest Dallas Texas. Virtually no miles on them as I had aftermarkets parts arrive before the car. $1400 for all.
  5. SD_Engnr

    MPP Front rotors for P3D+

    Finally got my set of front rotors from @MountainPass and wanted to share some details and pictures. Quick install guide is after the pics... They are beautiful, so it's a shame I've got to install them to just dirty them up, but I wouldn't have it any other way :) Details: Stock P3D+ rotors...
  6. skrenes

    Model S calliper bolt torque

    Hi everyone. Does anyone happen to know the official torque spec for the calliper bolts and perhaps the hex screw that holds the brake rotor on the hub? I assume it's the same for all Model S', but in case it isn't, I have a 2013 P85+. I want to remove the rotors to spray paint them with high...

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