Yeah, I think you're right, although $700+ is a lot of money for a couple of cast iron rings. I'm sure it is a supply / demand problem.Not surprised the one piece rotors are a lot cheaper, but I would check back with Steeda as they are a quality company and very good chance they could be using US Steel. Pretty sure DBA is still using Chinese metal and in the long run I will stick with the superior quality and consistency of US Steel rotors. Girodisc definitely uses steel from America and surprisingly many top names are getting their rotors from overseas. Just a thought when you need to replace again.
Yeah, SC is very friendly to the track oriented. There are no vehicle inspections (and what do you know, the cars are actually ok! ), and they even allow for darker window tint!Agree the DBAs are better quality than many, just noting that they are likely Chinese Steel which does help on pricing. I am not sure Steeda uses US Steel , but I do know Girodisc does and this will be part of higher pricing. Just dropping the info, as I was quite surprised to find in 2019 and 2020 how many rotors were not built supplied with steel from here. Not being political , just basing this on years of hearing the superiority of brake rotors built in the US using US steel, only to find out of late that many of those same companies are outsourcing the metal.
Cool your are from Omaha, but you are in a great part of the Country to exercise your Stang. If you need to get home to visit , think about a September vacation , because then you could zip down the road to Hastings and run in the Mustang Roundup ( race mph.com )