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Ebc Rotors?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by tch777, Sep 15, 2005.

  1. tch777

    tch777 1/2 ton status

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    Has anyone tried these rotors?
    I was going to go with the power slots, but check out the pice on the EBC rotors!!! Even if that is a typo and it is 40 each still a deal.

    rotors

    thanks Tim
     
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    Hmmmm... I think for this one I'm gonna have to go with a classic saying. "You get what you pay for!!" And I wouldnt want to go CHEAP on my brakes. Personally I would go with Powerslots. What would be cool is Powerslots on all 4 corners of my 73 K20. Tho I havent found a 8 lug slotted rotor yet.
     
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    I think thats a typo! But if they are really that price I am going to by some. I have used EBC stuff on my cars befor and they are a great product! I had there rotors and pads on my turbocoupe and they were the best brakes I ever had! I also had Brembo rotors which I thought werent nearly as good as the EBCs. I just purchased the EBC pads for $25 which is a killer price considering they are around $60 anyplace else!.
     
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    I wouldn't doubt the quallity of EBC products.... Looks like Tire Rack is just not carrying that part anymore and has closeout pricing on them.
     
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    I just checked and the price is $40 each, Which still isnt bad at all!
     
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    Did you call them? The site says (pair) in a few places....
     
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    Yes, Went to order them and they told me they were $40 each.
     
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    DOH! :doah: False advertisment!! :thumb:
     
  9. tch777

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    Thanks

    Thanks for the input. I did find the EBC website and it looked pretty good too.
    I had just nver heard of their product.
    I looked power slot over and they sell a rotor that looks just like the EBC one too :thinking:

    Maybe worth trying them out.

    Tim
     
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    I've had EBC pads and rotors on several bikes and even a couple of import cars. They are one of the best brands out there in my opinion. That being said, this site is about neither imports nor motorcycles, and I have used AZ pads on the blazer in the past. What do I know?
     

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