|Or rotors in terms of thickness for the caliper?
If you find a rotor with the proper thickness but much larger OD... you will not be using the whole rotor surface.
I would get a rotor that is similar sized to what the rotor is designed for.
I believe the Evo9 is a 13" rotor. You can probably get them from Stoptech (may be off production right now.. due to manufacturing location changes)..
Here is a 2pc setup from Baer (which is who I will be going with most likely)
[ http://www.streettunedmotorsports.com/parts/baer_eradi_speed_rotors_evo.htm ]
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