Reviewed By CHARLES B (ASHEVILLE, ND) Reviewed for a 2005 Lexus SC 430 —11/18/2014 5:58 AM
I AM VERY PLEASE WITH THESE PADS. INSTALLED THEM ON OUR 2005 LEXUS SC430 AND CAN'T BELIEVE HOW MUCH BETTER THEY ARE VS STOCK PADS.
Reviewed By Phil R (Brandon, FL) Reviewed for a 2006 Lexus SC 430 —8/3/2012 3:47 PM
Great looking lines, come with all necessary hardware; new caliper bolts, crush washers, and even rubber boots for bleeders. Unfortunately, this does not fit the 2006 model year Lexus SC430 as advertised. Stoptech has not updated this item since the 2001 SC430, and I am working with them to custom make lines for my car and resolve this. Stoptech has FANTASTIC customer service in putting this much effort into trying to fit my car, I hope it works!
Reviewed By Stephen K (North Bend, WA) Reviewed for a 2002 Lexus SC 430 —9/23/2009 5:25 PM
I replaced the front rotors and pads on my Lexus SC430 sports car about a year ago with EBD Sport rotors and Yellow pads, and what a tremendous difference in braking performance this made! Faster, smoother stops. One year later, and they are still performing like new. At that time, I had also replaced the rear pads, but EBC did not make rear rotors for my car then. Since then, they do so I replaced my worn-out OEM rotors last week with the same EBC Sport rotors and new Yellow pads. I'm happy to report that the rear rotors and doing well. I can't really tell my difference in braking performance, but then it's the front rotors & pads that are most important in any street vehicle. I am expecting the pads to last longer, tho, as the dimples & grooves in the EBC rotors should aid in cooling. Replacement time & effort is minimal...about 30 min per wheel. I used the stock car jack, and removed each caliper (by removing its two mounting bolts) so that I could squeese the caliper pistons in easier with a C-clamp, and to paint them (aesthetics only...looks cool through the custom wheels I have). I did have to use a mallet hammer to remove the stock rotors, as they slightly rust onto the hubs in the rainy climate here, but that took only about 1 minute of rotating and banging on the inside surface of the old rotors until they came free.