Thanks for mentioning them. I just ordered a set of F&R brakes for my Lexus from them for $132.I went to BRAKEMOTIVE. I got the front + back + all the brake pads (exact same ones above) for about $179.00 shipped.
I have had 0 zerooooo issues and I have had these installed more than 3+ years. No fade, no shudder no nothing. I get lots of compliments and it really does help stopping better. No squeals or anything from brakes.
how many How many miles do you think this set is good for. Compared to OEM I've been interested in the same setup from Power stop for my 4.6.I actually just received a set of drilled and slotted rotors tonight that I purchased from a place called R1Concepts. The ones that you will get for that price are off from their "E-Line". I paid $286 and change for a set of front and rears. They don't currently have pads for our cars in stock, so I picked up a set of Powerstop pads for $150 from CarID.com
Their shipping is pretty good, so they get my recommendation for now.
Link to R1 E-Line series: R1 Concepts Performance Brake Parts – Brake Rotors, Brake kits, Brake Pads, Brake Accessories, Rotor Disc
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Does anyone have any idea, or does anyone here have drilled rotors on their Genesis? I have a 2012 r-spec and I want to put drilled and slotted rotors. I am having a heck of a time locating them.
I agree and will be replacing my brakes with OEM parts when they need. I am at 101500 miles now and all is good and smooth. Really amazing if you think about itI got over 130,000 miles on original front pads on my 2011 4.6 Genesis. Never needed rotors in over 200,000 miles. Rear brake pads lasted to about 160,000 miles. Only replaced pads once in over 200,000 miles and used Hyundai oem pads. The OEM pads and rotors on the first Generation Genesis are outstanding. The Genesis replaced an Acura which was driven on the same roads same number of miles per year and the Acura needed brake pads every 40k to 50k miles.