To guarantee this part fits your vehicle, click here. If it doesn't fit your vehicle, we'll recommend similar products.
view image gallery

EBCUSR7156 Ultimax Blackdash Brake Disc - 11.65 in. Diameter, Cast iron, Slotted

Part #: E35USR7156 | Mfr #: USR7156

In Stock
Ships out in 1-2 business days
  • Low Price Guarantee

5 5 out of 5 stars
(1 customer reviews)

See Special Price

List Price: $200.10

(

more

)
  • Series: EBC Ultimax Blackdash
  • Location: Front, Driver And Passenger Side
  • Material: Cast iron
  • Design: Slotted
  • Quantity Sold: Set of 2
  • Recommended Use: Street performance
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 business days
  • Diameter: 11.65 in.
  • Disc Finish: Black zinc-plated
  • Hat Finish: Black zinc-plated
  • Warranty: 3-month or 5,000-mile EBC warranty excluding wear and tear or race use

Exclusive Pricing from AutoPartsWarehouse.com

EBC Front, Driver And Passenger Side Brake Disc EBC Ultimax Blackdash 11.65 in. Diameter, Cast iron, Slotted
 
List Price: $200.10
Our Price: $169.58 & this item qualifies for FREE Shipping! Details
You Save: $30.52 (15%)
   
 
   
 

Exclusive Pricing from AutoPartsWarehouse.com

When a manufacturer implements a Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) policy, they create limits on the list price that retailers are allowed to advertise their products for.

In line with our efforts to continually provide the lowest possible price, we've made it easier for you to inquire about our Exclusive Pricing on these MAP items.

Simply click on the Click to see price link after closing this window, and we'll show you how much you can save by shopping with us.
   
 
.

Product reviews

by Bladecutter, May 11, 2009

Appearance:
Ease of Use/Installation:
Quality:
Performance:
Overall Rating:

Replaced warped front rotors (32k miles) with these slotted and vented EBC rotors. Fit on my '07 Altima 2.5S manual with no issues. It is very nice not having a shudder when bringing the car to a quick stop from medium to high speeds. No extra noise heard with rotors, though there was a piece of paper in with the rotors that said I might here a different sound when applying the brakes. I have stock rims and hubcaps, so that might be blocking/deadening the noise, also.