Reviewed By Mark L (Snohomish, WA) Reviewed for a 1999 Toyota Sienna —8/17/2014 12:22 PM
The new rotors and pads are still breaking in, but I can already see an improvement in braking and a reduction in stopping distance.
Reviewed By David O (MANSFIELD, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Camaro —9/6/2016 10:52 PM
I actually bought a set of used Brembo drilled rotors and installed them, but one of the front rotors was warped. So I decided to replace them with slotted rotors instead. The install is very easy. You pull the wheel, disconnect the caliper, pull off old rotor and install new rotor. Brembo recommends that you do about 30 stops to bed the brakes, so make sure you have some place you can do that. I am very pleased with the rotors and brembo calipers and pads.