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Old 11-16-2021, 04:39 AM   #1
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2013 Scion FRS Rotor Questions

Hi all,

I have a 2013 Scion FRS. I need new rotors as I'm just now running out of meat on the rear pads and it looks like I got some pitting damage on the front rotor from (my guess) some rust that developed over the winter.
I figured I might as well do all 4 corners in one go and I really want to do this before it gets too cold out.
I decided to go with the OEM pads and rotors as they have lasted me a hell of a long time and I mainly DD it right now. I am sitting at 98k miles and have only changed the front pads about 30k miles ago, and honestly, if my front rotors were not damaged, I would only be doing the rears.

I have the US-Spec Scion FRS 2013, so I have the rear vented rotors for clarification.

from my search I have found that the OEM Toyota part numbers are:
Front: SU003-00586
Rear: SU003-10629


but I have found that the Subaru BRZ rotors are considerably cheaper, so I would like to go with those. The problem lies in the part numbers for the BRZ rotors, there are 2 that go with the 2013 Subaru BRZ:
Front (2013-2020): 26300SA001
Front (2013-2015): 26300AE071
Rear(2013-2020): 26700AJ010
Rear (2013-2015): 26700FG000

all include the 2013 model year BRZ and all include the "Base" trim and specify non-Brembo. I'm not sure if it is just a case of one part replacing the other number.

I looked up pictures of the Toyota SU003-10629 and compared them to the Subaru 26700AJ010 and they look identical down to the "Subaru" printed on the back of the rotor and the "V" at the end of the part name. I just want to make sure I purchase the correct Subaru parts for my Scion.

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Old 11-16-2021, 12:55 PM   #2
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This sounds similar to Hyundai and Kia parts problems. They are the same part number, but one brand want twice as much.
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This sounds similar to Hyundai and Kia parts problems. They are the same part number, but one brand want twice as much.
In this case the fronts cost the same, the toyota rears cost 3x the subi, must be on sale or something
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Just get a pair of Centric premium blanks and you’re GTG.
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Just get a pair of Centric premium blanks and you’re GTG.
Yup +2 to this.
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I'm about due for new rotors too. What's the part numbers for the Centric blanks?
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Fronts:
https://www.amazon.com/Centric-Parts.../dp/B000IY4A0Y

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https://www.ftspeed.com/part/120-470...s-inc-2013-brz
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