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BrakeMasters Brake rotors.. Is it any good for the price?

Ok so I'm needing new brakes pads pronto, and the mechanic said that my rotors have "heat spots". So as i'm looking for new brake pads, I found some rotors on ebay which are drilled and slotted and theyre from BrakeMasters. Since I need to change em and also have the performance braking, do you think this a good deal?

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I've actually been thinking of posting questions about the ebay rotors, are they any good and so on. Someone help him (me lol) out.
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Yeah I wouldn't buy them.... I have no experience with them, but I can tell you that 120 dollars for 4 Cross drilled + slotted rotors is WAY too cheap... 30 dollars a pop? I would be suspect of that...

Blank rotors for my sister's old 94 Dodge Shadow cost more than that... They were like 40 bucks a piece lol.
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Don't cut corners on braking ability. I'm not sure you'll live to regret it.
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I don't trust ebay no more, I haven't been on ebay in like a year.
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Waht do you mean by that brash ? Are you saying theyll warp, crack, fail while I'm driving or something like that?
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Waht do you mean by that brash ? Are you saying theyll warp, crack, fail while I'm driving or something like that?
He's saying he doesn't know what to expect and he'd rather not risk what COULD happen to find out what WOULD happen.
Stick to Brembo, Rotora, etc. or if you prefer OEM, Napa brakes are actually very good in my experience and you can't go wrong with rotors from Honda.
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ok so if I was to get rotora slotted rotors for the front($232 shipped from rotora web) will I need the rear discs also? will it feel/look funny to have slotted ones in front and oe in the back?
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Does it matter what it looks like? Focus on the fronts, because they do most of your stopping. Rears you should be right with just a higher end of the market set of pads.
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Does it matter what it looks like? Focus on the fronts, because they do most of your stopping. Rears you should be right with just a higher end of the market set of pads.

yeah true its just some advance autos cashier gave me an estimate for 2 slotted brake rotors from brembo for 60 each(is that good?) and he was telling me to get the rear ones also because it would look stupid since its gold.. alright so I should only focus on the fronts.. got it and is it best to get the drilled and slotted or one of each or none which would you recommend?
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I need new brake pads as well. I can get the best ones napa has (ceramics) for $64 for the fronts and $53 for the rear. These any good, and are they noisy, I mean do they screech a lot?
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slotted and/or cross-drilled are overkill for a street car.

my brembo blanks are fantabulous, and i actually bring my car to the track.
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that is definetly true I totally agree, but what if I told you I wanted to run it in the track.. also the drilled ones cool down faster so your brake pads are going to last longer. BTW this is what the guy at advance told me.
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The guy at Advance is an idiot. Drilled rotors break.
Tip of advice, always get a second opinion on anything the auto parts stores tell you. You don't need ANY car experience to work there, so most of the time, they're feeding you a line of crap just to sound good anyway.
Slotted rotors are okay, but really are overkill for a street car and make your pads fade faster.
I've had good experience with Napa parts. EBC is also good.
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alright you got a point, but if I was to get some quality brake pads, which ones would be me? How much am I looking in cost to get some performance/quality brake pads.. I heard ceramics are top of the line

also are duralast gold ceramic brake pads with Lifetime warrenty good at autozone ifI'm looking to get top of the line braking?
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The guy at Advance is an idiot. Drilled rotors break.
Tip of advice, always get a second opinion on anything the auto parts stores tell you. You don't need ANY car experience to work there, so most of the time, they're feeding you a line of crap just to sound good anyway.
Slotted rotors are okay, but really are overkill for a street car and make your pads fade faster.
I've had good experience with Napa parts. EBC is also good.

^^^ I second that, drilled rotors will crack, even a decent set...if they're driven hard...

I would consider hp pads
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i drive hard a good amount of the time, i have had no problem with my drilled rotors....in fact i plan to buy some again when i need to...a site called r1concepts.com has some good rotors for a decent price...they are slotted and drilled...
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Alright I know this is an old thread but just to update I got the Duralast gold ceramics f+r with lifetime warranty. Ok thats the good part, bad part is,

THEY F****** SUCK!

I mean they heat up WAY TOO FAST! I feel like when they heat up my life going to seriously be over. It always happens when I'm in the highway and it just scared the crap outta me to feel that I have no brake because its just I press the brake and it just slows down a little bit. Otherwise the brakes are good in the cold and also my rims stayed clean since I got em' (3weeks ago) so its no brake dust. But for all you racers, autoXers, and just plain rough drivers, I DO NOT recommend these brake pads.
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I got a ? about frozen rotors that are slotted. I put some on my f-250 truck and they seemed to be pretty good.Those heavy trucks have a bad problem about warpping the front rotors and they havent warpped yet. Thinking about getting a set.
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Aout warping, what do you do when your rotors warp. Is it better to replace them or fix them?
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you could TRY bringing warped rotor's to a shop to have them turned and hopefully they can bring them back to true. they'll be able to tell ya if they're salvageable or not.
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You can find brembos for good prices on ebay ( i got mine all 4 for 150) I even check the part numbers on the box to make sure they were the real deal and they were.
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I bought a full set of cross drilled and slotted rotors off ebay awhile back, and they work great. A friend of mine bought them first, so I didn't buy them till like a month later after I of course asked how they were. I believe I paid around $160-$170shipped for all 4
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are duralast gold ceramic brake pads with Lifetime warrenty good at autozone ifI'm looking to get top of the line braking?
Thats what I have, I like them. But I also know I used EBC on my ZX6R and those were great, so I bet a set of those on the ol Lude would be nice too.
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