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Nissan Sentra Brake Rotors

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Centric Premium Rotors Reviews


Great looking rotors, hope they last

Reviewed By Nicholas G (Lebanon, OH) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Sentra —11/29/2012 4:41 AM

Bought these for all for wheels on my car. Appear to be very sturdy. This is the first time I've used Centric, but they were much cheaper then other premium brands with the coatings. Hope they hold up to ceramic pads and don't warp like most of the economy brands do.

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Baer Decela Sport Rotors Reviews


Baer Decela Rotors 2000 Sentra SE

Reviewed By Francisco H (Imperial Beach, CA) Reviewed for a 2000 Nissan Sentra —5/19/2010 9:03 PM

I replaced the OEM rotors with these and so far so good after two weeks of having them on! The set brakes excellent. Even wear on each side and no disernable negative affect to the ride and performance of the car. For the price it's a great value! One of the best upgrades for my vehicle!!

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EBC Sport Rotors Reviews


EBC Sport Rotors + Greentstuff pads

Reviewed By Anthony H (Marlton, NJ) Reviewed for a 2001 Nissan Sentra —9/12/2008 5:08 AM

Overall pretty good so far. It's a daily driven street vehicle that is subject to the abuse of stop and go traffic of Philadelphia. Only time will tell the tale of how this combination will hold up. The last set of brakes made it 25k, cut stock rotors and Bendix pads, so if these last longer I suppose I'll have my answer on longevity. Most likely this combination is better suited to track time but I wanted brakes that can dissipate as much heat as possible. I like the price of the Greenstuff but I could have gotten cheaper solid rotors. They are still noisy after 1500+ miles but that is typical of slotted and dimpled rotors.

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