I bought some new Rotors for my R/T R&T and all 4 rotrs are almost the exact same size, 2 are about 13.75" and the other 2 are about 13.5". I'm pretty sure the smaller ones go on the back, but I was expecting a bigger size difference. Did I get the right rotors ?
2006 R/T w/R&T
__________________ 2006 Stone White Charger R/T R&T
No-ESP Mod, K&N CAI, JBA Shorty Headers, JBA Mid-Pipes, removed muffler, 180* T-stat, Diablosport Predator, Front Blinker Mod, Demolded, Painted Hemi Half Covers, L.E.D White internal Lights, Black Painted Calipers, Black powder coated F&R Drilled and Slotted Rotors, Z.E.X. 125-shot Nitrous, custom catch can, **Car is no longer all smashed up**
i dont want to alarm you but, after all the research that me and fellow member FahadR/T have done we discovered that the R&T and Daytona rotors are the same as the regular R/T rotors only difference is the pads!.
the rotor sizes are 13.6 fronts and 12.6 in the rear
__________________ 2007 TorRed R/T R&T(Gone but not Forgotten): CBD CF SRT hood, Kooks LT's, SLP LM2 cat-back (gone), Corsa Cat-back, MM ported throttle body, AFE Stage 2 CAI, Prededator 91 Perf CAI tune (+3.5% fuel), Ultimate Pedal kit, BT Visor disguisers, sill plates and other goodies, 35% Tint, 22elite console cover .
The place i bought my rotors from said there is a size difference between the R&T/Daytona rear rotors, and the regular R/T rear rotors. So today I put on my rear rotors and then my calipers...... dont fit, the rear Rotors are too big. Oh man I'm pissed. So Yes, the Daytona/R&T rear Rotors are the same size as the regular R/T rotors. Hope the place i got them from is open Monday. Grrrrrr
Is that a misprint or are the rears bigger then fronts on the police pkg? WTF?!?
No misprint, the rears are bigger(diameter) but thinner. I've been trying to
track down all the part #'s to make this swap in my R/T to compensate for
the decrease in braking performance since switching to 20's.
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