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2013 Exige V6 Cup: Any good leads or sources for replacement rotor rings, or reasonably priced full 2-piece assemblies?

OEM is ~$1,400 per ROTOR, after a call to my dealer. Found Sector 111 has replacement rings for ~$699 a set of fronts, but not finding anything for rears..

V6 Cup owners, where do you go for replacements? Thanks in advance.
 

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2013 Exige V6 Cup: Any good leads or sources for replacement rotor rings, or reasonably priced full 2-piece assemblies?

OEM is ~$1,400 per ROTOR, after a call to my dealer. Found Sector 111 has replacement rings for ~$699 a set of fronts, but not finding anything for rears..

V6 Cup owners, where do you go for replacements? Thanks in advance.
@smbstyle -- If you want the same rotor rings front and rear and you decide go with Sector 111's front rings, you can get Sector's rear Evora 2-piece setup. They will fit the V6 perfectly and you save a few pounds of unsprung weight to boot.

Or, you can purchase Alcon rings or the complete 2-piece setup from Seriously Lotus ----

https://www.seriouslylotus.com/braking/exige-v6-alcon-brake-discs-rear-with-serarate-bell-2piece
https://www.seriouslylotus.com/braking/exige-v6-332mm-alcon-front-disc-with-floating-bells
 

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Will those fit a Cup R?
Will what fit the CupR?

Sector's (now InoKinetic) rear Evora 2-piece rotor? If that's your question, the answer is yes.

Sector does not make rings to work with the stock CupR rear hats

However, Sector does offer front rotors/rings that will work with the stock AP hats on the CupR
 
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