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Old 11-08-2016, 07:45 AM   #1
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Set of 4 new rotors (Bosch fronts, ATE backs) for 986 Boxster S

Edit: These are no longer available - Turns out that the Sebro rear slotted rotors are on back order everywhere and I need new rotors by next weekend for Sebring, so I am just going to install this OEM style drilled set that I have.

When these are used up (however long that takes) I may look at trying the Sebro slotted at that time, or may just get the Meyle rotors, their price keeps coming down and they make good stuff, I am running some of their control arms and have been happy with them.



I've got 4 new rotors for 986 Boxster S, never installed, still in box.

Edit: included with this set of 4 rotors is a new in box set of rear pads, EBC RedStuff DP31208C, see below for details.

Fronts - Bosch QuietCast Coated rotors:
42011132 & 42011136 - 99635140501 & 99635140601
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004AGBS56/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004AG8C3M/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1




Rears - ATE
W0133-1903846-ATE - 98635240301
https://www.amazon.com/ATE-W0133-1903846-ATE-Brake-Disc/dp/B004JQBKB4/ref=sr_1_1?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1478622922&vehicle=2000-2-18-87--8-6-7-1140-40-1-1-159--1-0&sr=1-1&ymm=2000%3Aporsche%3Aboxster&refinements=p_89%3AATE



$300 + paypal fees, free shipping in the continental US, $25 discount on the off chance that there is someone local to 32025 that needs these. Offers welcome

If someone is pricing out new rotors for a 986 S, price them out and then maybe I can do some price matching/beating, unless it is for no-name eBay rotors. I can split them up too but prefer to try and sell as a set.

Thanks,

Steve

PS I had bought these a little while back for when my current set wore out but just recently (today actually ) decided to go with Sebro slotted rotors since I using the car primarily for track at this point.

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Old 11-08-2016, 12:12 PM   #2
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Pads are sold

I also have a brand new in box EBC RedStuff DP31208C brake pads, Rear 986S fitment.

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/EBC-DP31208C/

I have been running these for a few years now, and have been going through 2 sets of fronts per 1 back set. I didn't realize this when I bought the second set, so I have these new pads. I am moving up to a full race pad so these are for sale. I will include them for free if someone buys the rotors above, otherwise I will sell them for $65 shipped in the US.

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Where in FL. are you located ? I have a son in Orlando maybe I can arrange a pick up . I have an 02 S and will need rotors soon .
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I'm in North Central FL where I-10 and I-75 cross. About 2.5 hours north of Orlando.
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Turns out that the Sebro rear slotted rotors are on back order everywhere and I need new rotors by next weekend for Sebring, so I am just going to install this OEM style drilled set that I have.

When these are used up (however long that takes) I may look at trying the Sebro slotted at that time, or may just get the Meyle rotors, their price keeps coming down and they make good stuff, I am running some of their control arms and have been happy with them.
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