Reviewed By Kenneth S (SINKING SPRING, PA) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Explorer —3/8/2016 8:22 PM
They look great and definitely gave me better braking. They don't make any squeaking or popping noises.
Reviewed By Richard M (PROVIDENCE, RI) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Explorer —8/20/2015 2:53 PM
Well they work nice so far, had them on for about two weeks. Bed them in on the highway until they smoked up. No warped rotors, no rusting yet, everything seems fine. I did not notice that much of an improvement though, I was expecting more from them. They do have more initial bite when you press the pedal but that's about it, im sure they will get better once I put about 1K on them along with the Green stuff brake pads. The black anti rust coating comes off almost instantly.
Reviewed By peter s (mount sinai, NY) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford Explorer —4/27/2015 8:18 AM
I tend to do a lot of hard braking which caused a lot of heat buildup and consequently warping of the stock rotors hence the requirement for me to replace. After a fair amount of research the EBC seemed to be the best solution, I paired the rotors with the green pads and I have to she performance difference is quite evident. the only con is cost as to do all four wheels will cost about $1,000....but you get what you pay for and I am not disappointed..
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