Reviewed By Ron H (GRESHAM, OR) Reviewed for a 2001 Honda Accord —2/5/2018 8:39 PM
Took me 15 miles and almost an hour to properly seat in. The rotors themselves are excellent and really got my car to stop better. Best rotors for the money
Reviewed By Sergio R (Chicago, IL) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Dart —7/22/2017 7:17 PM
These rotors were not the cheapest, but surprisingly, they were also not the most expensive. I could not be happier with this purchase. Prior to these rotors, I used similar performance rotors for slightly cheaper. The quality of workmanship shows in these rotors. The entire rotors, inside and out, is coated with an anti corrosive chemical. My previous rotors had developed serious rust inside the veins of the rotor after 2 years. These rotors, look like they will last much longer.
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