Reviewed By Nick K (MOUNTAIN HOUSE, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Camaro —3/25/2015 10:27 PM
Definitely will buy again. This kit looks and performs great.
Reviewed By David K (SAN RAMON, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota 4Runner —3/25/2015 1:09 AM
Replaced the stock brakes on a 2011 4 Runner with 85k miles. brakes came with replacement clips all round, plenty of high temp grease, and rubber inserts for rear caliper slider pins. Would recommend ordering top and bottom slider pins for front calipers, but I just cleaned well and reused. Broke in per the instructions. Brakes are more progressive than stock pads, rotors are well made and no pedal pulsing. Brakes are quiet and came with new shims. Overall very happy for the price paid.
Reviewed By Avi D (BALLWIN, MO) Reviewed for a 2005 Mazda 3 —3/24/2015 12:58 PM
While I'm still in the break-in period for these brakes and rotors, I can already tell that the stopping power is present and strong. I can't wait to see how well these work under more intense braking. This kit deserves 5 stars mainly because they haven't killed me yet, and until they do I will most likely keep buying this brake kit for my Mazda.
Know before you buy! Read customer reviews about Power Stop Brakes, Rotors & Pads.
Installing brake pads and making them last isn’t as simple as slapping on a new set and going on your merry way. Incorrect brake-in procedures transforms hard-earned money into worthless piles of brake dust or worse. Sadly, an extremely important step is often overlooked: the brake pad bed-in process.
Everyone talks about power: Power to the People (Right On!), Wonder Twin Powers, PowerPuff Girls, nuclear power, but one of the most important powers of all is the power to stop. We’re not talking intervention here, we’re talking about brakes that work—The Power Stop Brakes.
At the 2012 SEMA Show, we met with National Sales Manager for Power Stop, Willie Williams, to talk about the brand’s popular Cross Drilled and Slotted Brake Rotors.
Stepping on your brake pedal and coming to a safe stop is something many people take for granted. But, understanding how the braking system works can help you choose the best brakes for your vehicle and your driving needs.
Improve your ride’s stopping ability when you upgrade to high-performance brake rotors. Available in several styles, performance brake rotors pick up where your stock rotors leave off.
If you’ve been thinking of upgrading your braking system, you need to check out this article. We highlight the pros and cons of disc brakes in order to help you make the smartest buying decision for your vehicle.