Not sure which 2001 Honda Accord Brake Rotors are right for you? We have over 2462 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"I recently purchased the Decela Baer rotors for my 2001 Honda Accord coupe. I was amazed how the difference was between the original rotors and the Baers. I highly recommend these rotors for anyone looking to upgrade and the price with free shipping was awesome!" —Jorge R from Spring Valley, CA bought a Baer Decela Sport Rotors for a 2001 Honda Accord.
"Unfortunately all I could find for my car were the rear discs. I want fronts! They look pretty much like stock blanks machined to Baer specs. The finish is great, and once the disc surface wears some from the pads, they still look great. I combined these with EBC Yellow Stuff (I care more about stopping and less about dust) and with Power Stop Slotted Cryos in the front, the bite and high speed scrub is incredible especially considering I am still using the original calipers with 120k on them." —James B from San Jose, CA bought a Baer Decela Sport Rotors for a 2001 Honda Accord.
"My DBA4000XS stop the car (2001 Honda Accord EX sedan) wayyyyyy better than stock. They have been paired with EBC Yellow Stuff, well worth the expense.
Gold paint at the center hub flakes off (as the hub heats and cools) and makes the it look cheap as if I painted it myself to look cool. DBA ditch the gold paint, cheapens a very good product.
The combination is quiet.
Install note: the hole for the for the screw to secure it to the spindle does not line up. Called the DBA phone number and all the gal could do was verify they shipped me the right stock number. This is why the poor rating on ease of install. Called the second number given to me, no answer (can't wait around all day for a return call- so for tech support I fail this)
The flaky paint reduces value to good, but what the purpose of the rotor is not to be all shiny and cool looking, but to provide better, controlled braking and that it does very well.
Now can you make one for a Saturn 2000 LW1??
At this point I would buy again, and again, and again.
I had Brembo crossed drilled on it before and they were good but warped within 10,000 miles." —Roan G from San Jose, CA bought a DBA 4000XS Series Rotors for a 2001 Honda Accord.
"I bought these rotors along with EBC Ultimax brake pads. Everything fit fine (2001 Accord), brake disc retainer screw holes. I was disappointed to hear sueeky-ness about 70 miles into the brakes, but after about 150 all sound was gone... still no sign of sounds now at 310 miles. I think some sounds are to be expected while still in the 300 mile recommended "break in" period. I didn't notice a dramatic increase in stopping power, there was some increase in stopping power I noticed but not as dramatic as I thought. As far as the "air noise" warning, the paper with big scary red letters about some aero-plane sound your rotors will make. I've heard it, but it's not really noticeable under normal breaking, and sounds like a dull moaning sound under heavier, emergency type braking. I think if you're going to get these rotors expecting dramatic brake boost you should spend a little extra and get the EBC GreenStuff pads, I've heard good things, in combination with these rotors you should feel something." —Peter C from Somerset, NJ bought an EBC Sport Rotors for a 2001 Honda Accord, Sedan, 2.3L 4-cyl. engine.
"These rotor are the best, stop on a dime still breaking them in no noise at the moment." —Lorenzo H from Randleman, NC bought a StopTech SportStop Slotted Brake Rotors for a 2001 Honda Accord.
"The original rotors on my 2001 Accord warped after 30k miles and were replaced with EBC sport rotors at 45K. The EBC rotors went 100K miles before they warped because of having the slots wore out. I'm very satisfied with them which is why I purchased them again." —Kenneth P from Wexford, PA bought an EBC Sport Rotors for a 2001 Honda Accord, Sedan, 3.0L V6.
"When I was first driving off the lift after installing these (along with EBC green stuff pads) there was a sickening groaning sound and sudden stop. The next few stops at low speed heading out the driveway to road test were the same - was a bit concerned. After a few miles / stops the sound went away, and the brake combo was immediately improved over the previous pads / rotors. Guessing that the coatings on the rotors along with the break-in coating interact initially until it wears away." —Allan J from Canonsburg, PA bought an EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors for a 2001 Honda Accord.