EBC Green Supreme Brake Pads Customer Reviews
96 Customer Reviews
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Mammoth vehicles need extra time and more muscle to stop safely. But, factory brakes often fall short. The next best thing to a parachute for your heavyweight vehicle is EBC Green Supreme Brake Pads. Engineered just for full-size trucks and plus-size SUVs, these brake pads give your pedal a ferocious bite and sustained stopping power. Plus, they’re completely custom-made to fit your factory calipers to a T.
Though intensely powerful, your EBC Green Supreme Brake Pads run quiet and clean. Their beveled edges, shims and center-line slot muffle screeches, squeaks and whine. Not just quieter, these performance pads also make very little dust—up to 90% less than stock and other aftermarket pads.
Bedding is near instantaneous with your EBC Green Supreme Brake Pads. An exclusive Break-In coating on their surface makes your pads work strong right out the box. What's more, EBC Covers your Green Supreme Brake Pads with a 6-month/5,000-mile warranty.
96 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by jesse c (Richmond, VA) Reviewed for a 1995 Ford Bronco — Sunday at 11:36 AM
Ok, had these on for 6 months now. 95 Ford Bronco on drilled and slotted rotors. These things suck, esp for the price. I had been using Napa ceramics at like 35$ a pair and they were the same or better they didn't look as neat is the only benefit. These expensive pads leave more dust. Have to clean rims like 3-4 days after cleaning. No more wonderful stopping power or less noise than $35 pads. Glad I tried I guess but apparently not everything that is more expensive is better. Don't waste the mo
Reviewed by James L (Martinez, GA) Reviewed for a 2007 Acura RDX — Nov 13, 2013 2:40 PM
Installed front and rear pads on 2007 RDX, One of the EZ's brake jobs I have ever done. Outstanding quality, used included brake grease sparingly as instructed had plenty. Pads are breaking in great, very happy with purchase.
Reviewed by Robert V (Sacramento, CA) — Oct 14, 2013 7:18 PM
I've been unhappy with the brakes on my Taco since the day I bought it. The pedal had too much travel and was mushy as applied pressure increased. I also warped (and turned) factory rotors and upgraded DBA rotors multiple times. Finally I'd had enough. Upgraded to Stoptech cryo rotors, stainless hoses and these EBC Green Supreme pads a month ago. Finally! The mushy pedal is gone, no sign of warping even after heavy braking, and my truck stops on a dime now. HIGHLY recommend the whole upgrade.
Reviewed by Charles H (MORGAN HILL, CA) Reviewed for a 2001 Dodge Durango — Aug 16, 2013 9:16 PM
Replaced the regular EBC green pads with Green Supreme on my 2001 Dodge Durango as the regular pads sqeeled at low rpm. The EBC Supreme pads eliminated the problem but it has been an expensive solution overall. Sorry I ever bought the regular EBC green Pads.
Reviewed by Will T (SEATTLE, WA) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Sequoia — Aug 13, 2013 11:24 PM
i was willing to pay to improve braking. It was worth it for me with the improved braking. whether the regular green stuff would have sufficed? went with the green stuff supreme in front and regular green stuff in back. installed with slotted rotors all around. more dust than anticipated but it could just be the break in coating?
Reviewed by Paul A (JUPITER, FL) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-250 — Jul 02, 2013 4:44 AM
These pads are incredible! This is my second set, the design of the pad to help prepare the rotors by "scuffing" the rotor surface then the almost dust free pads are very welcome. I have an SUV and I always had massive brake dust on the front wheels. Now I stop better and the brake dust is very minimal.
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Asked by Anonymous
Apr 14, 2013 4:29 PM
2007 Chrysler Aspen
EBC Green Supreme Brake Pads, are rear breake pads the same as the front?
Answered by Nathan S. — Apr 18, 2013 4:44 PM
Hi, Rear brake pads are generally smaller as the front pads of most hydraulic braking systems apply up to 80% of the requires stopping force. A Corvette is a great example: The front pads are massive, while the rear pads are pretty small. In your case, the front pad design will vary on whether your Chrysler came with rear disk or drum brakes from the factory.flag Accept Answer