My new rotors
Reviewed By Ronnie G (Jersey City, NJ) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan Altima —9/11/2014 4:55 AM
Am more than happy with my new rotors. My 2012 Altima SR is happy. I used original nissan break pads. Theres a little more dust than before from the pads and you here some contact noise. But there going through a brake in period. The noise should stop after time. Overall this rotors are excellent for those who have a need for speed and stopping power. Like me. Buy them you will not regret them. Try to use factory brake pads.
Good value..Excellent Quality
Reviewed By Jeffrey R (Herriman, UT) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Mustang —9/10/2014 7:08 PM
Had a hard time depressing piston in calipers..Rented out a piston depresser at a auto parts store.I needed a heavy duty one..Old rotor was rusted on..Sprayed a large quantity of WD 40 on it..Then took a hammer and hit rotor by the hub and it broke loose..
2006 Honda S2000 with Stop Tech Brake Lines
Reviewed By Richard H (Louisville, KY) Reviewed for a 2006 Honda S2000 —9/10/2014 8:19 AM
I installed two sets (front & back) of the StopTech lines, on my 2006 Honda S2K. I replaced the original lines due to age. The car stays garaged most of the year and has 22k miles. I changed the lines more for safety, than any other reason. However, after a very long air bleed session, the brake pedal is much firmer. If you have the means, I highly recommed picking up a set. They are so, choice..