Reviewed By William P (Old Bridge, NJ) Reviewed for a 2013 Honda Accord —8/27/2015 8:20 PM
Very smooth and when applying the brakes
Reviewed By Ladislav F (Eugene, OR) Reviewed for a 2010 Audi A6 —8/27/2015 8:43 AM
So far so good. It seems like the pads have a good initial bite. When warmed up, the pads on my new StopTech rotors produce absolutely no squeak. Only when cold, there is a classic brake squeak but it goes away after one break pedal push. There are still too new to really tell how good they are.
Reviewed By George T (Plantation, FL) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Mustang —8/26/2015 6:19 AM
Bought these to upgrade the brake lines on my 2010 Ford Mustang GT. Easy install although you do need to be familiar with brake systems and how to drain an bleed them for the swap otherwise pay someone else to do it and save the headache/risk. Quality part from a quality manufacturer.
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