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Chevy Tahoe StopTech Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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StopTech Slotted Brake Rotors Reviews


Smooth Brakes

Reviewed By Stephen D (FLOYDS KNOBS, IN) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Tahoe —10/3/2013 3:52 PM

The brake rotors on our Tahoe were warped and from other Tahoe owners it wasn't worth turning the rotors as they would warp again in a short period of time. I purchased the StopTech Cryo rotors and I can't believe the difference. The Tahoe has never slowed to a stop so smooth. My brother had replaced his Tahoe rotors with the same years ago and after 100,000 miles on the StopTech Cryo they are now just starting to warp a little.

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StopTech Slotted Big Brake Kit Reviews


Much better than stock equipment

Reviewed By Johnnie C (LAKELAND, FL) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Corvette —5/1/2014 5:35 AM

The stock rotors and calipers (with race pads equipped) were not providing enough stopping power for the Corvette Z06 on the Sebring raceway. The StopTech kit comes with street pads, so I ordered StopTech's SR32 race pads to use although the pad shape is a common one available from many different vendors. Regarding slotted vs. drilled rotors: The StopTech engineer said that drilled is for show; slotted is for the track. It's like I am driving a different car! Very happy!

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StopTech Slotted Street Brake Kit Reviews


Great brakes, very smooth and strong stopping

Reviewed By Christian T (Canton, CT) Reviewed for a 2007 Infiniti G35 —11/25/2014 8:14 PM

Excellent brakes at a great price. they are quiet, smooth and well balanced rotors. very happy with these. I recommend while you are doing the this to bleed the brake fluid, it restores the brakes to new. no matter what anyone tells you, the brake fluid does go bad after a few years, it gets thicker.. you won't loose brakes, it just doesn't feel effortless and smooth. it is an absolute difference

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