If you're actually using your brakes to these extremes the issue you face with drilled rotors is fracturing around the drilled points. Go take a look at any modern super car, Le Mans car, or Formula 1 car. Guarantee you won't find a single drilled rotor. Maybe slotted, but vast majority are vented solid rotors.Im a big believer in drilled and slotted rotors.
The main reason is longevity. Drilled and slotted rotors dissipate heat better than solid rotors, preventing warping and longer life for your pads.
I say go for it. Just make sure to add a quality set of pads too.
You'll find many Corvette owners who actually track their cars have issues with stress fractures.On your track raced Corvette - yes, they're worth it.
on your Jeep, hell no.
ask yourself, are brakes less important than bumpers, lifts or tires?Ok thanks for the input.. Now I don't want to drop a ton of money into the Black magic brakes bc this is just one of many other things that I'm about to purchase... So I'm trying to keep costs down on things that I can. So, is a rotor just like any other rotor? It's just steel correct, nothing fancy.
Warped disc brakes is such a myth. What people typically think is warped disc brakes is uneven transfer of friction material to the disc.ask yourself, are brakes less important than bumpers, lifts or tires?
Its like spending $5 on replacement headlights instead of upgrading. Its your safety.
Ive had bad luck with cheap rotors warping quickly. so thats my take on it.