I emailed you earlier then randomly found your thread. It appears the ultradiscs fit your original Evora Girodisc offering just fine and about ~$600/pr
. Fronts have 7 days on them and still look like new. Rears are solid stock rotors with 18 days on them. Doing MUCH better than the original drilled rears but starting to keep an eye on them. BTW I have always run the same size pad on front and rear Hawk HB585 (DTC70). Very convenient. Would that mean I could run the same replacement discs front and rear, just have two different hats? They take advantage of ALL that unused surface area and only overhang ~1mm which just flakes off. Figured an extra 1-3% brake bias to the rears can't hurt and car brakes extremely well this way. Any time I get into edge of ABS zone, it is still with the fronts which tells me the rears could use that extra area. FYI. Might be a nice upgrade for someone that really uses the brakes!!!
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