EBC Sport Rotors
Reviewed By Shane S (OCEAN SPRINGS, MS) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Challenger —9/17/2014 8:49 PM
Just put these on my car. Hard to judge as the recommendation is to drive a few hundred "conservative" miles before any panic stops. I assume this also means serious driving. However, in normal commuting, no issues or worries. They were easy to install. They look awesome! Be cautious if you have aftermarket wheels as some may require spacers... I would buy them again, and shipping was super fast!
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.
Better Quality Than OEM
Reviewed By Alan S (Rye, NH) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Camry —9/10/2014 2:27 PM
I was looking for a rotor that would not rust like OEM rotors. After 3 months they appear to be in good shape. My other concern was no warping on hot days at highway speeds. So far I am very please. I also purchased the recommended pads "EBC Red Stuff" which turned out to be a big mistake. At the rate these pads are expelling dust I don't expect them to last more than 20,000 miles.