my rotors seem to be really warped though and i'm pretty hard on my brakes... i'm planning on getting them turned but if i remember i already did and they said they couldn't do it again. Would really like the slotted rotors but i can't pay that much right now, what are some good replacements? Are these Hawk HPS's worth it... i'm hoping they are with the price tag that was on them
2006 "Yota Killer" SE 4x4
150,000 Miles and Counting
I like the Hawk HPS pads. They do need heated up first to grip hard. There are cold mornings when I go down my hill and they feel like there is no brake, then they heat up and grip hard. had them on for 2 years. no issues other than that.
I use the Powerslot rotors. not Cryo. They work fine and I live in South west PA. all we have is Hills, they are heated good. I have not looked at the rotors on wear yet, but the slots are still there. so the pads dont eat the rotors.
I have used EBC on the cars. the rotors were worn in 1 year. The pads were too agressive or the rotor was soft. dont get those!
Chris 04 titan
stillen B-pipes, AEM brute force intake, stillen stainless exhaust, Frozen rotors and hawk pads, goodridge stainless brake lines, amber replacement fogs, westin bull bar with Hella 6" round lights, undercover hard cover, PML diff cover, PML tranny pan, Redline fluids, LED tails, billstein 5100 2008 springs- shackles and hypertech programmer, 22" liquid metal magmas
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