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    rear discs

    right im going to sort my rear discs out later, my question is do i

    a: fit grooved & drilled discs as i have on the front?
    b: go for normal oe discs as in plain smooth ones?

    would i find much benefit from fitting the grooved ones to ther rear or will just replcaing them with oe and mintex pads do the job?

    alan

    quick answers apprieciated lol as im going to get them soon lol

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    OE discs and put the money towards decent pads "drilled" discs are flawed and a waste of time.
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    I'd get OEM discs and pads rather than some 'performance' grooved and/or drilled.

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    Stock discs and good quality pads

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    Agreed. Either OE discs/ trusted make of solid disks. Quality pads is the icing on the cake!
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