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Plymouth Grand Voyager EBC Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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EBC Sport Rotors Reviews


Now we're stoppin' in the rain!

Reviewed By Carl G (Fort Worth, TX) Reviewed for a 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager —8/27/2007 5:59 AM

The EBC Sport Rotors are a high quality product that look great on any vehicle. That being said, you should not buy these if you are looking for an ultra quiet "luxury car" type braking. These are performance grooved and dimpled rotors that should be expected to make more noise and will be noticeable every time you stop. Pad selection is critical as you can still have very marginal brake performance if you don't choose the right brake pads for your application and intended use. These rotors and my Greenstuff heavy duty (SUV/Truck)type pads offer a very distinct performance improvement over the stock setup on my Voyager van, as well as other pads and rotor combinations I have tried in the past 150K miles on this vehicle...the pedal is much firmer and more confidence inspiring now. The brake fade is also lessened considerably, and these are incredibly effective in the wet and other inclement/colder weather as well. Be sure to torque your wheels down correctly to avoid warping your new rotors!

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EBC Brake Kits Reviews


Great product

Reviewed By Jaime M (ARBUCKLE, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Camaro —2/10/2016 11:30 PM

Couldn't be happier with this purchase worth every penny

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EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors Reviews


EBC Ultimax slotted Rotors

Reviewed By David H (LAKESIDE, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Camry —2/10/2016 10:07 AM

Rotors were easy to install, about the same as replacing pads. There was a grinding noise for the first few applications. I think it must have been the black coating. As soon as that wore off, the noise went away. One hint that customers might like. When I pushed the caliper piston back into the caliper, I attached a hose to the bleeder fitting and submerged the hose in brake fluid. As the piston was pushed in, the fluid went into the tube and jar of fluid. There was no need to bleed the brakes

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