Reviewed By Edward W (pooler, GA) Reviewed for a 2004 Mazda RX-8 —1/19/2015 8:31 PM
One of the best upgrades I've made for the car new rotors and pads stops on a dime
Reviewed By Edin M (SAN DIEGO, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Volkswagen CC —1/18/2015 6:24 PM
I installed these with Red Stuff pads. I had OEM brakes before that, and rotors started to vibrate although they were thick enough and pads were just half way worn out. I drive very spirited, especially on tiny, curvy roads. I figured for my style of driving I will need something stronger. I changed rotors due to issue with my calipers, but after 35K they looked very decent, I would say they could last two Red Stuff pads sets. They have good looks, no rusting, no noise during driving.
Reviewed By Daniel H (HAYS, KS) Reviewed for a 2006 Chrysler 300 —1/5/2015 10:31 AM
So far I am happy with these rotors. I got them for all four corners and paired them up with a red stuff pads from EBC. They do not cause any more noise than the stock rotors that I have been able to notice. One note is they are not a true drilled rotor as far as I am concerned. They are dimpled at a large diameter and drilled through the dimple at a smaller diameter.