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Hi All, planning to change pads and rotors for all 4 wheels, currently I am looking at these 2 sets, does anyone have other recommendations? I live in NYC, not sure if the drilled rotor is good during snow season? Thanks!
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what's it that you don't like oem/stock brakes? They're fine to me and I live in Denver; mountains and snow
 

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I would stay away from drilled rotors outside of high performance applications...more prone to warping. A good solid rotor is all that is needed, and being you live where salt is thrown a coated rotor might be the best choice.
 

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You don't need drilled and slotted rotors on Your MDX. Waste of money and You may be able to feel the slots as You brake.I tried on a different car and hated them.
 

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After all, I am going with duralast rotors and pads, around $300 for the whole car after tax.
 

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I just swapped out the fronts and went with OEM pads/rotors. Did a 2,000 mile trip last week fully loaded through the mountains...it slows/stops exceptionally well. Far better than it accelerates actually....
 

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I purchased from Summit Racing Front and Rear EBC brake kit. Well worth the purchase and also do a brake flush after install.
 
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