Reviewed By Jason D (NEW HOLSTEIN, WI) Reviewed for a 1994 BMW 5-Series —9/18/2017 3:39 AM
We use these on our BMW chumpcar. They give us best braking for over the 9 hour race that we run. We usually by 2 sets for the weekend when we run 16 hours.
Reviewed By Shan S (Pittsburgh, PA) Reviewed for a 2013 Subaru Forester —9/15/2017 6:31 AM
I decided to put up a little more money and get a better pair of rotors and pads. So Far so good, construction and quality are great. I live in Pittsburgh and the winters are very harsh on rotors with all the salt they put on the roads. I've found myself replacing rotors every 25-30k miles. Hills and traffic warrant the need to keep the rotors cool to prevent warping and brake fade. Time will tell how these hold up but so far so good for the price.
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