Reviewed By Charles G (SAN PEDRO, CA) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Corvette —11/15/2013 9:18 PM
Had a problem with warped stock rotors. The Brembos are great looking and vary smooth so far. Only time and miles will tell.
Reviewed By Daniel E (Fayetteville, GA) Reviewed for a 2005 Pontiac GTO —3/27/2009 3:47 AM
I recently installed EBC rotors and red pads. I also flushed all of the brake fluid from each corner until it was clean. The job was easy and enjoyable. The first test drive started out fine but then I noticed a slight vibration in the steering wheel. I turned around,went home and parked it until the next day. I drove it again and the vibrations got worse after the brakes got warmed up. I now have 250 miles on the brakes and after driving it exactly as recommended the vibrations are almost completely gone. It rained quite a bit and I drove through it which probably washed the excess brake dust from the pads/rotors. Overall I am happy with the brakes. If you take your time and follow the break in procedures you should be fine. I recommend cleaning your brakes after about 175 miles of driving as well.
Reviewed By John M (Alamo, CA) Reviewed for a 2006 Nissan 350Z —3/26/2009 8:59 PM
I've had them on the front wheels of a 350Z for a week and am thus far very satisfied. I replaced the stock Brembo rotors that had cracked. Pushing them hard at the track last weekend, they held up admirably. My lap times improved considerably, with the only vehicle change being the new rotors. There was some noise initially as the pads bedded in, but this abated quickly. They certainly look better than the stock rotors and if they hold up as well, it will have been money well spent.