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Hello,

Back at the workbench. Machined rotors for that unique rotor wear look. Just a little touch up here and there on the color edges and into the chassis they go. The fronts are supposed to be a bit larger than the back, but you can't tell. Oh well...

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Thanks,

Ismael

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Nitidos, that's spanish for Cool 8) I am thinking of building a Murcielago and I think they will look just perfect :wink:

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Way cool!!! Those looks great!

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Marcos,

Those are awesome. Great job. I have to ask, are those real metal?

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Louis,

Those are actually mine. The rotors were machined from aluminum but instead of having a perfectly smooth surface, I tried to recreate the wear pattern. The calipers are from the kit, removed from the molded rotor.

Thanks,

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Hey those are some really cool lookin' rotors & hardware...your getting pretty good with that machine...

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Those are great!

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Very nice work! Aren't the machines FUN?

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Great job on those, impressive. Good idea on combining the kit with a machined part.

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