EBC Sport Rotors Customer Reviews
618 Customer Reviews
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Heat is the mortal enemy of your brake system. Every time you tap the pedal, friction sends the temperature of your discs sky-high. It's even worse during spirited driving, emergency halts, and stop-and-go traffic. Keeping your discs cool as cucumbers is essential for optimal braking performance, and that's exactly what your EBC Sport Rotors do.
The secret behind the EBC Sport Rotor's cooling powers is simple: wide-mouth slots. Like fans, these grooves draw air over the rotor's surface to chill the discs. Plus, dirt, grime and dust pass through these slots out to the rotor's edge. And, a cleaner rotor means you get even pad wear, extended durability, and better looks.
To block brake fade, your EBC Sport Brakes sport precision dimples. They breakdown brake gases for firm pedal response. What's more, the gold or black anodized-zinc coating fights off surface rust and adds Grand Prix-inspired style to your rotors. Backed by a 6-month/5,000-mile warranty.
618 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Darren H (Smyrna, GA) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan Frontier — Monday at 11:14 AM
I bought these, along with yellow/green stuff pads, with a few coupons to justify spending so much. Install was straight forward with no hiccups. They even come with grease. =) So far they have performed extremely well. I stop noticeably faster, and I'm just inside the 500 mile mark. And like others have said, the black coating does immediately wear off.
Reviewed by Austin R (ROCKVILLE, MD) Reviewed for a 1997 Toyota 4Runner — Mar 27, 2014 12:59 PM
I like these rotors, they're sporty, they don't vibrate and most importantly, they stop. I paired theses with the EBC green pads and are very nice! Time will tell in a year or two how these are but just yesterday I came to an emergency stop without harm. If it were my old brake setup, it would've slid and gone off to the side, hitting something. I'm glad I went with this set up... I was thinking of doing the Tundra big brake mod but I'm confident in this brake system which has great performance!
Reviewed by John S (DANVERS, MA) Reviewed for a 2013 Honda Accord — Mar 26, 2014 4:40 AM
I have a 2013 Honda accord coupe with the 4cyl. The stock breaks were warped within one year. Heard about ebc from a friend of mine. Went with the sport rotors and the red stuff pads. The first time I TAPPED the break pedal the new brakes had enough bite to lock up the wheels. Could not be happier. Installation took me an hour and a half for all 4 rotors. Front rotors GD7116. Rear rotors GD7440. Out breaks a mustang v6 w/ all new centric crossdrilled/slotted rotors and hawk ceramic pads.
Reviewed by Robert R (Placerville, CA) Reviewed for a 1997 Toyota 4Runner — Mar 25, 2014 10:20 AM
a little concerned about the durability of these rotors... noticing hot spots on the outside surface of one of my rotors.. never had this issue in the past with other like braking components.
Reviewed by Rory V (Green Valley, AZ) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Tacoma — Mar 23, 2014 10:08 AM
Rotors work awesome, OEM factory rotors are notorious for warping and causing braking issues. The EBC rotors along with the green pads work great. If you get the pads combination be cautious of the powder coating they place on the EBC green pads as it thickens the material and made some difficulty with the caliper sliding pins during install, a quick run through with a drill bit will remedy this hiccup to knock down the excess paint if the tolerances are too tight.