You've heard of one-hit wonders. Ronny & the Daytonas sort of fall into the category of 2.5 hit wonders, but by a wide margin their biggest hit was their 1964 debut single "G.T.O." We just googled the song's lyrics and, unfortunately, found no reference to Pontiac GTO brake rotors. What a shame. Had Ronny & the Daytonas used quality Pontiac GTO performance brake rotors, they would have eliminated brake fade and increased the life of their brake pads. And, maybe they could have driven their way up the Top 40 charts for another number-one song. Read 11Pontiac GTO brake rotors reviews, with an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars, to help determine which Pontiac GTO brake rotors are right for you.
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It's too late for Ronny & the Daytonas, but you still have time to grab a set of high performance Pontiac GTO brake rotors off our shelves here at AutoAnything. As you click through our GTO rotors, you'll see a number of different design strategies such as slotted, cross-drilled, or both slotted and cross-drilled. These features supply a powerful cooling force to your brakes, which keeps your brakes from overheating and eliminates brake fade. They also look really cool on your car. As you select your Pontiac GTO brake rotors, remember that here at AutoAnything we stand behind every sale with our 1-year lower price guarantee.
Pontiac GTO Brake Rotors Reviews Check out this recent Pontiac GTO EBC Sport Rotors customer review: Daniel E from Fayetteville, GA says "I recently installed EBC rotors and red pads. I also flushed all of the brake fluid from each corner until it was clean. The job was easy and enjoyable. The first test drive started out fine but then I noticed a slight vibration in the steering wheel. I turned around,went home and parked it until the next day. I drove it again and the vibrations got worse after the brakes got warmed up.
I now have 250 miles on the brakes and after driving it exactly as recommended the vibrations are almost completely gone. It rained quite a bit and I drove through it which probably washed the excess brake dust from the pads/rotors. Overall I am happy with the brakes. If you take your time and follow the break in procedures you should be fine. I recommend cleaning your brakes after about 175 miles of driving as well."