Best Brakes for '97 Acura Integra LS


Asked by Jun 19, 2008 at 08:31 AM about the 1997 Acura Integra

Question type: Car Customization

My 'teggy needs new brakes and the last brakes I wore out WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY too fast, what'd you use and how well has it worked.

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If they wore out fast then you bought the cheapest brakes you could find or the rotors weren't turned properly... Any decent organic ceramic compound should hold up, and seem to be not as a loud than the metallic compounds.


how much power does it have?? my friends teg has almost 500whp and he got brembos and they are awsome

I have a 94 Integra, and use stock pad's but use rototech rotors there cross drilled and sloted and I get 3-4 years from them their about the same price as stock and cant be machined mind you the car never see's winter the stock rotors with stock pads only last a year and a half. Crossed drilled and sloted rotors run cooler and grab better with no brake fad.

15 :)


ones that stop. end of story.

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