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      12-24-2012, 10:39 AM   #1
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Need your input - anyone use these rotors?

So I'm going to need rear pads/rotors in the next few months and am beginning to research what's out there. Saw ECS is selling these 15% off for the holidays, and didn't know if they were good/crap. Not looking for a BBK, just want to make sure my brakes don't fail on me lol. Anyone have any feedback on these ECS drilled and slotted rotors?

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This should really be in the brake subforum. I do have these rotors. They are great for the price. Had them for about 10k miles. Still look new. Brakes feel the same as stock.
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I use them also, no problems no squeaks very good brakes.
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plus ECStuning is a great shop they sell good stuff not junk
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also u should put them on yourself it is a easy job if you follow the youtube video the only problem that i had was taking off the back wheel which had seald on had to buy a ball ping hammer to tape around the hub and they pop off other that that it is a breeze especially after the first one.
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also u should put them on yourself it is a easy job if you follow the youtube video the only problem that i had was taking off the back wheel which had seald on had to buy a ball ping hammer to tape around the hub and they pop off other that that it is a breeze especially after the first one.
Okay I'll definitely give these a shot! Thanks for the advice!
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except that they're from china lol


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