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Description:
Each rotor is analyzed for its' specific application, vane structure, and construction to determine optimum cross drill. Most rotors are gold cadmium plated to military quality specifications (Powerstop was the first to provide this high performance look, which gives added protection from rusting).

 
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Reviewed by:
Eds


Review Date
May 22, 2014

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 1 of 5

Value Rating
 1 of 5

Used product for
More than 1 year

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Review 1 of 34

Price Paid:  $340.00 from FWD Performance

Year / Model Reviewed:
1988 Dodge Daytona Shelby Z

Strengths:
Zinc Coated

Weaknesses:
Poor quality rotors. Zinc coating still corrodes after a few years.

Summary:
1 of them cracked bad after 7 years..less than 20,000kms right through an outer edge crossdrill. I suspect the others will crack soon too as I did nothing to promote this and the car was even parked for almost 3 years. Factory rotors were good for 20 years. I replaced them (Front) 2005. (rear 2007).



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Reviewed by:
Adam


Review Date
November 4, 2013

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

Value Rating
 1 of 5

Used product for
More than 1 year

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Price Paid:  $350.00 from RockAuto

Year / Model Reviewed:
2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser

Strengths:
Look pretty

Weaknesses:
Bad quality rotors.

Summary:
I purchased the whole brake kit for my truck from RockAuto. Zinc plated slotted/drilled rotors with their accompanying Ceramic pads. Initially they worked great. It has been a mere 15 months and 10K miles and they give that lovely 'warped' feeling during braking. Shops refuse to turn them due to them being drilled, but that is not the point... I shouldnt be in this situation to begin with. I installed them properly and bedded the pads as recommended. Customer service only wants to talk if there are noticeable cracks in them, so I am not SOL. Will never buy these brakes again nor will I recommend them to others.

Similar Products Used:
NAPA Premium. EBC. Other OEMs



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Reviewed by:
Rian Andrews


Review Date
September 20, 2013

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

Value Rating
 1 of 5

Used product for
3 Months to 1 year

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Review 3 of 34

Price Paid:  $0.00 from US AutoPArts

Year / Model Reviewed:
2003 Powerstop corss drilled and slotted

Strengths:
Looks good on-line and in the box. Good piece if you want to make a clock for your garage.

Weaknesses:
Prematur warping and unknowledgible warranty specialist that has only no in his vocabulary.

Summary:
I purchased the first set that warped within 10 months and then the second pair of rotors warped again within the same time frame. Powerstop does not want to warranty them. They claim that rotors very rarely warp and that it may have what they call a thickness variation that occurs when brake dust is baked on to the surface of the rotor. They also claim that they will not warranty any rotor unless it is cracked and missing pieces. US Autoparts gave me in writing that Powerstop wil only warranty rotors if used with powerstop pads. They do everything they can to not warranty their parts. These parts are junk, I am still in an e-mail war with them to be refunded because I do NOT want their second grade rotors trying to stop my 6000lb SUV. If you want to spend your $$$ for aproduct without a warranty, this is the way to go

Similar Products Used:
Brembo, Willwood



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Reviewed by:
Andrew


Review Date
May 21, 2013

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 1 of 5

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 1 of 5

Used product for
Less than 1 month

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Review 4 of 34

Price Paid:  $143.00 from buy brakes

Year / Model Reviewed:
2009 Power stop pad and rotors

Strengths:
buy brakes was fine

Weaknesses:
don't fit, not even close

Summary:
So I put in all the info and they gave me the kit number. I go to powerstop website and confirm using their selector. Then I get the "kit" and the rotors don't look the same as the picture, so I call them to confirm, they say the rotor should be xxx number and it wasn't, they say it'll be ok. So then I go to put the pad on and it's the wrong pad. So I call them and after sending pictures and going back and forth they say they know what pad it should be and they will send it. So I say since you were closed over the weekend now my car has been out for 4 days, please overnight them. They say that is not an option, so you are sending them fedex ground and you won't over night it to me and now I have another 4 days with no car. The moral of this story, don't buy powerstop they have no idea what they are doing and when they screw up they will leave you without a car for a week.



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Reviewed by:
Rolo


Review Date
February 12, 2013

Overall Rating
 1 of 5

Value Rating
 1 of 5

Used product for
Less than 1 month

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Review 5 of 34

Price Paid:  $577.00 from amazon.com

Year / Model Reviewed:
2006 ford f150 xlt 5.4

Strengths:
have not driven truck to give any strengths abs rotor defective ring damaged on left front

Weaknesses:
read many reviews that has same problem i have with damaged left side rotor

Summary:
i just installed rotors with 4 wheel parts, they saw that left abs warning light stayed on, after they removed rotor they saw, that it had a defect on abs ring had damage on it, rotor has to be returned.

Similar Products Used:
powerstop brake and rotor kit



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