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EDIT: Nevermind, just saw the rest of the title.
I wouldn't get those rotors, personally. While slotted rotors help dissipate heat better, they really eat up brake pads. The edge acts like a razor blade. I had a set on my last Mustang that I road raced and pads would last me about a year (10-13k miles) with just street driving. The rotors also look like they are an inferior quality compared to the Brembos that come on ours. If anything, I would pay a bit more and upgrade to drilled Brembo rotors.
2012 Grabber Blue Mustang GT MT82 - 401A, Brembos, 3.73s, Reverse Sensors/Security System, GT500 Axle Backs, Raxiom Projectors with 5k HIDs, Eibach Pro-Kit, Koni STR.Ts, Ford Racing Strut Mounts, Eibach Camber Bolts, BFG G-Force Sport Comp 2s 275/35/19
Awaiting Install: JHR Shifter Bracket