Brembo Sport Slotted Rotors Customer Reviews
32 Customer Reviews
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More than just brakes—or even high performance brakes—Brembo makes the world’s premier brake system parts. This level of prestige is echoed in Brembo Sport Slotted Rotors, and their unsurpassed stopping bite.
High speed and high performance driving or milder street running alike, Brembo Sport Rotors flat-out thrive. Their slotted surface design spins heat, moisture and dust away from the braking surface, while the cast iron disc material accomplishes all-out resistance to stress.
Born to directly replace stock discs, Brembo Sport Rotors fit fast and work with the remaining factory brake components—no oversized wheels necessary. Even stock calipers are utilized in their original position.
From powerful sports cars on the speed-hungry tracks of their Bergamo, Italy birthplace to your automobile, Brembo puts on the brakes. With Brembo Slotted Sport Rotors, experiencing the legendary Brembo feel has never been easier. 2-year warranty.
32 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jesus M (GLENDALE, AZ) Reviewed for a 1995 Acura Integra — Jun 28, 2013 12:05 PM
Installed on a 95 integra sedan making 357whp 379wtq, they have great stopping power over own with ebc green stuff pads, minimal dust but they do make some noise, not too much. I used them before for track and they were awsome with the environment yellow stuff. Overall for daily driving I would stick with oem and some posi quiet pads.
Reviewed by Earl S (Accokeek, MD) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Tundra — Nov 19, 2011 8:51 PM
I found the anti-rust finish coating to be a poor choice of material and the process of removing it a royal pain... particularly the warning that if not done properly, irregular breaking patterns could develop. I also did not like having to temper the steel of the rotors by having to drive my vehicle through about 30 or more breaking maneuvers. This should have been done in a shop prior to sale. Evidently, Brembo ain't what they used to be.
Reviewed by Felipe C (Miami, FL) Reviewed for a 2002 BMW X5 — Sep 16, 2009 9:37 AM
My x5 has armor it weighs 600 pounds more than the stock Bmw. The stock rotors were bent at least two times because of overweight since the new Brembo rotors there has been no problems. Will have to see what happens in the future: Thank you for your time sincerely Felipe
Reviewed by George F (Severna Park, MD) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Tundra — Mar 31, 2009 10:12 AM
Only have approximately 350 miles on Rotors and Hawk Pads but the difference is significant. I am no longer worried each time I brake the vehicle, in fact the brakes work better than new. Highly recommend this combination to any one having brake shimmer problems .
Reviewed by Keith J (Brandywine, MD) — Feb 24, 2009 7:23 AM
I replaced my OEM front rotors on my 04 Infiniti G35 coupe with the Brembo slotted. The braking is very good, no noise, break in process is a bit painful and time consuming. Otherwise very happy, will be having to replace the rears soon and will probably go the same route.
Reviewed by Richard I (Corunna, ON) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Avalanche — Jan 15, 2008 3:13 PM
I bought these rotors to replace the OEM rotors on my Avalanche. I noticed the difference immediately in the feel and stopping power of my brakes. Plus the price was much better than the dealership was going to give me. The installation was a piece of cake as well. I would recommend these rotors to anyone looking for replacement rotors with slightly better performance than stock.
Reviewed by ken n (Lake Ridge, VA) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Tundra — Dec 31, 2007 8:18 AM
I drive a 2002 toyota tundra v8 4wd with the small calipers and encountered warping in the rotors. I purchased the brembo slotted sport rotors and the hawk hps pads and am happy to report a huge inprovement, maybe not stop on a dime but pretty darn close. I have only put about 200 miles on them so Im pretty sure they still have a bit more breaking in to do, but very pleased so far.