Re: Slotted/drilled rotors with 17" rims
Skip the drilled/slotted rotors, that's kid stuff. Like modding a car for the "stanced" appearance with heavy camber. You're not gaining anything, but you're losing a lot. Those rotors don't wear properly and they're prone to developing grooves and eventually cracks. It's an especially bad idea when you're talking about being on a budget because you're going to be replacing them twice as often.
Search around the internet and you'll see owners of high dollar sports cars switching to "blank" rotors. Drilled/slotted are for track cars with owners that can afford to go completely through a set of brakes in a day at Laguna Seca or VIR.
Do yourself a huge favor and buy the GM-approved upgrade ACDelco "Professional" pads and rotors and then paint the calipers whatever color you want with Duplicolor Caliper paint and throw on some CHEVROLET brake decals. You'll have the curb appeal and better braking without killing your budget.
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2017 Chevy SS Sedan
6.2L LS3 V8/6-Speed Manual
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