Stoptech/Centric brake rotors, pads and SS brake lines
We offer the full line up of Stoptech/Centric brake parts. Rotors slotted, Drilled or drilled and slotted.
All applications. IS250, IS300, IS350, ISF, GS and LS models. Many more too.
StopTech Power Slot Slotted rotors for the Lexus help reduce brake fade by releasing the boundary layer of gases that can build up between the pad and rotor surface and, consequently, inhibit performance. This is how Power Slot rotors make a big difference in your Lexus braking performance: The exclusive StopTech Power Slot Vac-U-Slots machined into the rotor "wipe" brake pads clean, evacuate gases, and shed heat from your rotors to provide fade free braking stop after stop.
Putting a ferocious bite behind that factory pedal doesn't have to take a bite out of your budget. Featuring a drilled and slotted design, Centric C-TEK Drilled & Slotted Brake Rotors provide world-class braking performance without the earth-shattering price tag. And, since they’re manufactured to OEM specifications, your Centric C-TEK drilled and slotted rotors deliver maximum bang for your bolt-on buck. Built to OEM specs for fitment and function, Centric Drilled and Slotted Rotors serve as a direct replacement for factory discs and bolt right in place. But don’t let the factory fit and bargain price fool you, C-TEK drilled slotted rotors deliver the braking goods—starting with the OEM-type G3000-grade iron metallurgy.
Stoptech/Centric C-Tek slotted rotors: Great pricing for a quality rotors.
Stainless steel brake lines:
Centric ceramic brake pads:
Posi Quiet brake pads:
Don't forget about brake fluid. We have Stoptech brake fluid in stock.
We also offer full Stoptech brake kits at great pricing
Originally Posted by SH4DY
Got the lines, rotors(blanks) and pads installed over the weekend. Car stops soooo much better now: wind up 2-3 car lengths further back from where I thought I'd stop. Gotta love the SS lines. When installing these it's crazy how much bigger the orifice is on the Stoptech banjo bolts compared to the factory bolts: definitely promotes fluid transfer.
A word to the wise: have PB Blast or a source of heat on hand in case the slide pins on the rear calipers are seized. PITA. If you can't get them un-stuck don't attempt forcing the new pads in the outside on the rear as they will drag. You will have to re-use the outer old ones until you get the calipers un-stuck.
Thanks again Charles!
Please message me with year, make and model and your shipping zip code for best pricing.
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