Reviewed By morley M (DALLAS, TX) —1/12/2018 3:26 PM
Good overall, lil heavy , stop better than my reg slotted ones
Reviewed By Milton S (Miramar, FL) Reviewed for a 2007 Honda CR-V —1/11/2018 5:17 PM
I took my car to the dealer for servicing and they inspected it and told me it needed rear disc pads and the rotor needed to be resurfaced at a total cost of $ 168.00. I called Autoanything and was quoted a price of under $ 160.00 for four new rotors and a set of disc pads for the rear. I ordered them they arrived within a few days I installed them myself and now my car stops better than when it was new. I would recommend that anyone who has brake problems to just buy new Centric rotors rotors.
Reviewed By Fown-Ming T (DIAMOND BAR, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 Acura TSX —1/10/2018 4:17 PM
These are very good rotors. Excellent value. I installed them with in conjunction with new Hawk Ceramic brake pads. The brakes now bite with alot more authority than the original factory pads and rotors. I will not hesitate to buy Centric when it's time to replace the rotors on my other vehicles.
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