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So I need to get my pads and rotors replaced because they are worn and the rotors are warped. It's currently got 90,000km on them and will likely roll over 100,000km before they are replaced in the Spring/Summer.

I'm not a heavy breaker IMO so I don't quite understand why the rotors have warped so early (around 35,000km). I would like something that is long lasting, good quality and provides better braking power then the OEM if possible.

Wanted to get a head start by researching the brands and would like to hear what suggestions you may have. Couldn't find much about brakes on here but I've read that Hawk Pads aren't bad...however I can't seem to find any for the versa in Canada.
 

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Unfortunately Stillen is out of my budget...I'm able to get hawk pads for $90.00 and I asked about Brembo rotors; I was told they don't make them for the versa so I tried to google to see if that was the case and no luck.

They recommended to use Power Slot...what do you think?
 

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Power Slot's will be just fine for your budget...and you can get Ceramic Hawks for a little bit less then you quoted and between the two it will be just fine for everyday use. :thumb2:

IF Brembo made Rotors for the Versa I'm sure they would be about the same price range as Rotora or Stillen.
Great! Thanks, I'll be going with the Power Slot's and Hawk Pads
 

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So I installed the pads and rotors not too long ago but I decided to go with the Hawk pads (HPS) and the M – sport rotors. These rotors are Canadian made which are cross drilled and slotted. The vendor wanted too much money for the power slot rotors. The brakes don't make any noise during normal braking but squeaks a little during the cold mornings. I will post pictures when I get a chance of the rotors along with the before and after brake pads.

About M-Sport Rotors
 

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it looks good, did the squeaking sound ever go away? and did you do this yourself? cause when i eventually do mine i'll need someone to help me out lol :p

and care to let me in on how much the rotors where from that Canadian company?
Yup I did this on my own and no noise when I brake. Only noise I get is if I brake hard there's some grinding which is typical. Of course! Whenever you do them don't hesitate to give me a shout :thumb2:. I went to Pacific Mall (Formula Import) but you can also get them at Performance Improvements. I paid $115 CAD each rotor and $75 CAD for the front pads. Total came to $305 CAD cash no tax.

I don't brake much either lol:D Great job researching this upgrade! Love to hear about their performance. Look great too!
One car imo that really needs a brake upgrade, the Fit Ford Fiesta vs. Honda Fit vs. Mazda 2 Comparison Test - Car and Driver
edit driven in Ontario and Quebec:D
I really like this combination because it ascetically looks nice and offers great performance. Currently there is a lot of brake dust but the instructions did say I would experience this during the break in period. My friend also purchased the same combo on his mazda protege. I'll get him to post a picture up.
 
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