EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors Customer Reviews
389 Customer Reviews
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Whether it’s on the street or the track, squealing to a halt is not only embarrassing, it takes the fun out of high-performance driving. So, go for a set of EBC’s super-quiet Ultimax Slotted Rotors. EBC rotors deliver world-class braking performance without the earth-shattering noise that plagues common performance discs.
EBC’s progressive slotting provides an escape for the gasses, debris and moisture that cause brake fade. Plus, the angle at which these slots are machined creates a high-performance rotor that runs ultra-quiet. So, when you see heads turning, they’re looking at your ride—not cringing at your brake squeal.
Crafted in England from the highest quality British steel, EBC Rotors deliver consistent braking and even pad wear. And, since they’re slotted instead of drilled, Ultimax Rotors aren’t prone to cracking. Best yet, your EBC Ultimax BlackDash Slotted Rotors are backed by a 6-month/5,000-mile warranty.
389 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by PAUL D (CLEVELAND, GA) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Sienna — Nov 11, 2013 4:44 AM
SIENNA ..HARD ON ROTORS..FRONT BRAKE EVERY 30,000 MILES ( TOYOTA TECHNICIAN ) NOTICEABLE DIFFERENT AFTER 200 MILES DRIVING...NO COMPARISION TO OEM EQIPMENT ..SUPERIOR...HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Reviewed by David M (SEARCY, AR) Reviewed for a 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse — Nov 07, 2013 3:35 PM
Switched to EBC Ultimax slotted rotors from drilled and slotted rotors the previous owner had cause they started cracking and these were alot Better. Also got red stuff pads and they are quiet, but high dust. Price to pay for quick stopping haha
Reviewed by Raymond T (TYNDALL AFB, FL) Reviewed for a 2010 Honda Accord — Nov 02, 2013 5:13 PM
I bought these to replace the stock front rotors. My stocks were warped and had serous fade. I put the EBC on with the help of a friend. The only issue I was the Set screws.There were none in the kit. I'd like the new screws added. Other than that, these brakes are awesome. I have waited to hit 1000 miles before reviewing. The brakes have zero fade, stop on a dime, no squeals, no nothing. Just solid braking. I put green stuff pads on it. They are terrific. overall I am extremely happy!
Reviewed by Clarence K (Lancaster, CA) — Nov 01, 2013 10:57 PM
My 2002 Odyssey developed a front end shake when the brakes were applied at high speeds 55 and above. I installed the EBC slotted rotors and the green brake pads which now have 2000 miles on them. I broke them in according to the directions and waited for the noises that that the instructions said might be there for the first 1000 miles. The noise was slight and not objectionable after 1000 miles the noise has gone and the brakes work great.
Reviewed by Kent A (PLACERVILLE, CA) — Oct 23, 2013 9:35 AM
I only have 50 miles of. The rotors and Yellow stuff EBC pads. They are working well so far, no more shake and the pedal is light. I assume it will improve farther in a few hundred miles. Honestly, I think the pads are are the key contributed. I had significant fade with the stock pads while towing. That was the reason for going to the highest stopping power pads.
Reviewed by Matthew M (Castaic, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Dodge Challenger — Oct 22, 2013 10:22 PM
Absolutely no noise, took the awful shuttering that the stock rotors had developed from warping. I run ceramic pads with these and they stop without fading. You will need to upgrade your rotors sometime and for the price it beats the stealership.
Reviewed by Scott S (CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA) Reviewed for a 2003 Volkswagen Jetta — Oct 15, 2013 9:15 AM
I had a local garage put a pair of these on my Jetta, along with EBC Red Stuff pads. I'm still in the ~400 mi break-in period so I still get some squeaking at lighter pedal pressure. That said, the reviews I've read on slotted rotors have me optimistic I'm going to be happy with these things. I'm leaving off the last star in Rating because of the break-in period, and the last star from Quality until I see how they hold up over time.
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Asked by Anonymous
Jun 18, 2013 4:15 AM
1994 Chevy C/K 1500
I notice no pictures have bolt studs attached to the rotors. Do the front rotors come with the studs attached? Or do I have to order those also? Thanks.
Answered by Nathan S. — Jun 18, 2013 8:39 AM
Hi, If depends on the application. If your truck has a rotor/hub assembly, it will come with studs pressed in.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Apr 21, 2013 6:34 PM
1999 Mercury Cougar
My vehicle has a four bolt wheel pattern, and all the pictures here show at least five holes on the rotors. If I order these rotors for my car will the bolt pattern be right?
Answered by Nathan S. — Apr 22, 2013 7:38 AM
Hi, What you are seeing are sample images and in your case, do not represent your actual rotors. There are literally hundreds of different styles and bolt patterns and it's simply not practical to display them all. We get our info directly from EBC, so our listings are extremely accurate.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Mar 21, 2013 1:37 PM
1993 Nissan Pathfinder
209.53 for a pair or for one ?
Answered by Nathan S. — Mar 27, 2013 3:59 PM
Hi, The price is for a Front Rotor Setflag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Jan 21, 2013 11:46 AM
2009 Dodge Charger
I am getting ready to install a set of EBC Ultimax slotted rotors on my 2009 Dodge Charger R/T. I have seen the rotors installed with the slots facing towards the front and also towards the rear. What is the correct direction for the slots?
Answered by Nathan S. — Jan 21, 2013 1:21 PM
Hi, The outer edge or the slots usually faces forwards. Also, look for a stamping on the rotor that says R/F or L/F to determine which side of the car they go to. Most are directional.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Gaylene G
Dec 03, 2012 4:06 PM
2003 Ford Ranger
Four years and 25,000 miles ago I put EBC slotted and vented rotors on my 2003 Ranger 4x4. I'm just now beginning to notice a shimmy and looking to buy another pair. Money is tighter these days and I'm wondering if the Ultimax (slotted only) rotors are just as good or last just as long. Anyone know?
Asked by Anonymous
Sep 25, 2012 11:19 AM
2006 Honda Accord
I see both black and silver rotors in the pictures. Is there a way to select color when I order?
Asked by Jerry D.
Jun 20, 2012 7:19 PM
2002 Nissan Maxima
I have a 2002 Nissan Maxima SE - mileage approx 75k at time of installing the ultimax slotted rotors on the front with Hawk ceramic pads. The tires were replaced about the same time with a mid grade Michelin. Had a pretty substantial vibration between 65-75, no brake pedal pulse so had the tires rebalanced - and again. Finally upgraded to the best Michelin tire - vibration was reduced, but still present so pretty much ruled out the tires. Around that same time, my son put a set of these on his Toyota Corolla - tires were aging - so already had a little vibration. He replaced his tires - still had it - then today replaced the rotors with a Bosch oem type upgraded rotor. Vibration went away. Has anyone else experienced this type of situation? This brake combination stops well, etc but I am going to replace my EBC's this weekend to see if that cures my vibration issue as well and if so - will certainly offer a negative post on the product. If not - will keep searching for the problem. Appreciate your feedback.
Asked by matt l.
May 24, 2012 10:06 PM
1992 Ford F-150
i have a 1992 ford f150 4x4 and a 1976 ford f150 4x4 and i wonted to know witch one would be the best match for off roading and a daliy driver.
Asked by nawang c.
May 05, 2012 6:40 PM
2008 Saab 9-3
i have 2008 saab turbo x,and want to upgrade my rotor and pads to EBC,what would you recommend?
Answered by Nathan S. — May 07, 2012 12:17 PM 2008 Saab 9-5
Its going to depend if you are using your car on the street or the track. For daily driving, I would recommend the EBC Ultimax slotted rotors for better braking performance and long life.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anthony D. Z.
Apr 26, 2012 12:35 PM
2011 Ford F-150
Which EBC Rotors have the Best Stopping Power the UltiMax or the Sport Rotors???
Answered by Nathan S. — May 01, 2012 4:52 PM
The EBC will have an advantage due to the drilled and slotted construction.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Richard L
Mar 29, 2012 9:59 AM
2003 Volvo XC70
I have OEM brakes and rotors now, looking to upgrade to EBC for all four, brakes and rotors. My car is basically a commuter, some long trips, not heavy city traffic (I live in a mid-sized city.) What would you recommend?
Answered by Nathan S. — May 01, 2012 4:53 PM
The EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors are a great upgrade from factory rotors which will give you better braking while retaining driveability.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Alastair S.
Oct 30, 2010 3:40 PM
2003 Jeep Liberty
Are these fronts or rear?
Answered by Whitney B. — Nov 01, 2010 2:55 PM
Alastair, For some vehicles, the EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors are available for both. For the 2003 Jeep Liberty (for both the 2.4L and 3.7L) it looks like only the rear set is available. Hope this helps! -Whitneyflag Accept Answer