I would think the one for the 450 would work, between the two the rear brake systems are the same. the only difference is the lenght of the brake cables. try giving highlifter a call to see if they offer one.
I think the solid rotors are better than the sloted, less places to trap dirt and sand. the xtreme frt kit I have now, the rotors are twice the thickness of the HL kit. but I dont think xtreme makes a rear kit, Hightlifter is the only rear kit that i know of.
high lifter kit will work. The rear brakes are sealed and if you are getting mud in there either the o-ring or the seal is bad. i have see a lot of sleeves on the rear hub bad and it continues to take out the drum cover seal and let water and mud in the brakes. I have to agree that disc is the only way to go though.
Both solid and drilled rotors have their upside. The drilled holes are to dissipate heat which is not good for brakes so the pads and all parts including fluid last longer. The solid are used in motocross racing for mud since they clean better.
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