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EBCGD7059 3GD Sport Brake Disc - 11.02 in. Diameter, Cast Iron, Dimpled and slotted

Part #: E35GD7059 | Mfr #: GD7059

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  • Series: EBC 3GD Sport
  • Material: Cast Iron
  • Location: Front
  • Design: Dimpled and slotted
  • Quantity Sold: 2-Wheel Set
  • Recommended Use: Performance
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • Diameter: 11.02 in.
  • Disc Finish: Black Geomet Coated
  • Hat Finish: Black Geomet Coated
  • Warranty: 3-month or 5,000-mile EBC warranty excluding wear and tear or race use

Product reviews

oem parts just can't compare with this by johnny, September 26, 2008

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i installed these ebc rotors on a 96 nissan altima. the car has impressive stopping power to begin with, but with the (very easy) installation of these parts it just becomes amazing. i installed these along the ebc green stuff brake pads and i recommend this set-up to anyone who wants to feel safe knowing that they can effectively slow down their cars to avoid potentially fatal accidents, (and that's just about everyone right?) i did however notice a sound i never heard before installing these parts but it could be just my for my car.

They look nice, we'll see after the winter though by 02 Spec-V, December 19, 2007

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(Mine don't look like the picture on the site, but I won't gripe about that too much--I saved enough money to let it go) I have not yet been able to test these brakes at the track, since winter in this part of NY can last, oh, 7 or 8 months. But they installed easy, tight tolerances, no run-out issues, they're quiet and have a smooth, stock pedal feel. I'm using ceramic pads as well. I can't really tell how long the honeymoon will last, the low temperatures up here are tough on rotors. But with about 1,000 miles and 1 holy-geez panic stop, no problems at all. I will be giving them a REAL workout once the weather warms up and I can actually check dry braking distance.