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1990 Honda Civic
Brakes, Rotors & Pads

1990 Honda Civic Brakes, Rotors & Pads

Everyone talks about speed and power when it comes to their vehicles. They brag about how much work they put into it to make it faster, quicker, and louder. What often gets ignored, or even overlooked, is how well the vehicle can stop. Brake rotors and brake pads are a vital piece of your vehicle. They help you safely and efficiently bring you back down from speed. Luckily, we offer a plethora of brake pads and rotors for your car or truck. Whether you’re looking for a full replacement brake kit, or upgrading to some heavy duty hardware, AutoAnything has what you are looking for.

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There is always an opportunity to improve your brake system. Whether you are upgrading your car brakes to race spec, or towing trailers as big as a house, brakes can always use improvements. Our brake systems are made specifically for your car or truck. This makes the job easy with minimal headaches. We offer improved brake rotors with drilled and slotted modifications. Choose between brake pad materials that give you that extra bite. There are heavy duty truck brakes that help slow your truck and trailer down safely. These truck brake kits are made specifically to prevent premature wear, fading, and overheating.

Brakes, Rotors & Pads In-depth


Most OEM brake rotors are your basic disc of metal made for you to stop in an acceptable amount of time and distance. If you are content with that, we offer OEM replacement rotors that are budget friendly for your vehicle. Dissatisfied, and need some more braking power? Upgrade those rotors with either slotted or drilled brake rotors to help dissipate heat. Slotted brake rotors are ready for the racecar or towing machine in your life. They do a great job dissipating heat away from the wheel to optimize efficiency and life. Drilled rotors do a great job of dissipating heat without breaking the bank. These rotors are built to last, they’re coated to prevent rust, and are built in spec of your vehicle. This means no special installation is needed!

The main component of a brake system are the brake pads. They are the workhorse of the system. The OEM brake pad your car comes with are more than enough for the average driver. But, let’s face it, we all want more power when possible. Upgrading your brake pads can benefit you with everything from stopping power, reduced noise, reduced brake dust, and reduced heat and wear. There are a few different materials brake pads come in; ranging from soft organic materials, to high performance carbon ceramic. You will most likely come across two: Semi-metallic ceramic. Semi-metallic provide great heat resistance, and strong overall performance. Their material gives you more strength for heavy duty and performance braking, but will give off some brake dust and noise. Ceramic brakes are the best pads for someone looking to reduce brake noise and dust on their car. These will cost the most on average, and do not dissipate heat as well at the semi-metallic brethren.

We here at AutoAnything can provide all the parts and tools you need to get the job done at your home for the right price. We have a wide selection of brake fluids for every application. We have a set of brake pads and rotors for every vehicle. There are several options for brake bleeding systems. Need to bleed the brake system yourself? We even sell a self-bleeder system! We have the right brake hoses and calipers for your specific vehicle to make sure the job is done right the first time!

Rotors and brake pads are a vital part of your car or truck. Whether you need OEM replacements, or an upgrade on stopping power, we have everything you need under one roof. Still lost, and all this information is moving too fast? Pump the brakes and read up on our buying guide on car brakes.
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1990 Honda Civic Brakes, Rotors & Pads

Everyone talks about speed and power when it comes to their vehicles. They brag about how much work they put into it to make it faster, quicker, and louder. What often gets ignored, or even overlooked, is how well the vehicle can stop. Brake rotors and brake pads are a vital piece of your vehicle. They help you safely and efficiently bring you back down from speed. Luckily, we offer a plethora of brake pads and rotors for your car or truck. Whether you’re looking for a full replacement brake kit, or upgrading to some heavy duty hardware, AutoAnything has what you are looking for.

Shop Popular Make Model Brakes - For a Perfect Fit
Toyota Tundra Brakes | Nissan Maxima Brakes | Ford F250 Brakes | Infiniti QX56 Brakes | Toyota Tundra Brakes |
There is always an opportunity to improve your brake system. Whether you are upgrading your car brakes to race spec, or towing trailers as big as a house, brakes can always use improvements. Our brake systems are made specifically for your car or truck. This makes the job easy with minimal headaches. We offer improved brake rotors with drilled and slotted modifications. Choose between brake pad materials that give you that extra bite. There are heavy duty truck brakes that help slow your truck and trailer down safely. These truck brake kits are made specifically to prevent premature wear, fading, and overheating.

Brakes, Rotors & Pads In-depth


Most OEM brake rotors are your basic disc of metal made for you to stop in an acceptable amount of time and distance. If you are content with that, we offer OEM replacement rotors that are budget friendly for your vehicle. Dissatisfied, and need some more braking power? Upgrade those rotors with either slotted or drilled brake rotors to help dissipate heat. Slotted brake rotors are ready for the racecar or towing machine in your life. They do a great job dissipating heat away from the wheel to optimize efficiency and life. Drilled rotors do a great job of dissipating heat without breaking the bank. These rotors are built to last, they’re coated to prevent rust, and are built in spec of your vehicle. This means no special installation is needed!

The main component of a brake system are the brake pads. They are the workhorse of the system. The OEM brake pad your car comes with are more than enough for the average driver. But, let’s face it, we all want more power when possible. Upgrading your brake pads can benefit you with everything from stopping power, reduced noise, reduced brake dust, and reduced heat and wear. There are a few different materials brake pads come in; ranging from soft organic materials, to high performance carbon ceramic. You will most likely come across two: Semi-metallic ceramic. Semi-metallic provide great heat resistance, and strong overall performance. Their material gives you more strength for heavy duty and performance braking, but will give off some brake dust and noise. Ceramic brakes are the best pads for someone looking to reduce brake noise and dust on their car. These will cost the most on average, and do not dissipate heat as well at the semi-metallic brethren.

We here at AutoAnything can provide all the parts and tools you need to get the job done at your home for the right price. We have a wide selection of brake fluids for every application. We have a set of brake pads and rotors for every vehicle. There are several options for brake bleeding systems. Need to bleed the brake system yourself? We even sell a self-bleeder system! We have the right brake hoses and calipers for your specific vehicle to make sure the job is done right the first time!

Rotors and brake pads are a vital part of your car or truck. Whether you need OEM replacements, or an upgrade on stopping power, we have everything you need under one roof. Still lost, and all this information is moving too fast? Pump the brakes and read up on our buying guide on car brakes.
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Customer Reviews

Power Stop Z23 Evolution Brake Kits

Seems like a decent set of rotors and pads.

Installation was pretty easy and simple. I would recommend these to others. The look is pretty cool as well. The only issue are the thin pieces of metal that the pads sit in. They hit the rotors. They dont click into place as easily like other sets that I have used do. View more reviews...
Posted By Caitlin N (WHITE PLAINS, NY) / June 30, 2020
2012 Honda Civic
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EBC Yellow Stuff Brake Pads

Excellent!

They perform and look great! Perfectfitment for my 2018 Civic Si View more reviews...
Posted By Max R F (RIVERSIDE, CA) / May 22, 2020
2018 Honda Civic
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EBC Brake Kits

Love rotors and pads

I really do love this brand of brakes and rotors they last a very long time. I never had to change them from the time I sold my old car and that was a while. I just wish when ordering a kit they came with metal plating for wear the brake pads sit. You would think that when it says kit it comes with the metal plating because any kit that I've seen usually does but this kit didn't so make sure you buy that separately. View more reviews...
Posted By Isaac G (MARYSVILLE, OH) / March 9, 2020
2014 Honda Civic
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