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Pontiac Montana Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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StopTech Street Performance Brake Pads Reviews


replacement for PosiQuiet ceramic pads

Reviewed By Paul T (Weatherford, TX) Reviewed for a 2009 Pontiac G8 —12/20/2014 8:59 AM

I installed Stoptech drilled and slotted rotors with posiquiet pads 2years ago and they were a big improvement over the stock brakes. This last summer they became quite noise when used heavily producing a shuddering sound. StopTech white letter suggest that a switch to these pads and slight resurface should solve this problem. I have received the pads but have not installed them yet. I'll post the results wance I've tried them.

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Power Stop Brake Kit Reviews


Great Brakes!

Reviewed By Robert P (POWAY, CA) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Corvette —1/28/2015 10:21 PM

Ordered the 4 wheel kit for my 2001 Corvette. Installation was easy once I removed all the old parts. Thought one of my existing front rotors might be warped as I was getting a pulsing feel when braking. Installed the new pads and rotors and now my braking feels super smooth. The Powerstops perform beautifully and look very hi tech behind the wheels. Thanks AutoAnything!

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EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors Reviews


Break in

Reviewed By S (Fort Worth, TX) Reviewed for a 2005 BMW 6-Series —1/28/2015 9:19 PM

Unfortunately following installation the right wheel on my 645ci decided to take a different direction than that which i was turning. According to the repair shop the bolts stripped out of the rotor. Now I don't know if I didn't have the bolts torked in all the way as I thought I did or not. But the wheel staid on for 6.5 miles with the noise of the pads getting seated. The question yet to be answered is: did the threads in the rotor fail, or what? Tore up the right fender, trashed the sway bar

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