Centric Rotors and Z23 pads. Under $400 though. The search field will yield a shit ton of recent posts on this and even one that has links where to buy. Actually, that post is in my signature.
If you read my Z23 pad review thread (in my sig), youd change your mind.I'd go larger rotors if I'd do it again at least with better pads...
This. Even after getting coolant on my tires and rotors, and thusly the pads, they only required a little more pressure to burn it off after about an hours worth of driving, they were back to normal.IMHO linearity wins and the Z23s deliver in that regard.
Ive already said the 120 Series.So I'm looking to replace the rotors on my 2015 Touring/GS, do you guys have a stronger recommendation out of the following three Centric rotors available from RockAuto?
GCX Elemental Protection; Fully Coated 32045084F/32045085F
Not when they last as long as they are for me, read my Z23 pad review.Thanks for the added confidence with the 120 series. They are just more expensive than the 320 series on RockAuto at the moment, hence why I brought up the question.
I have no issue with the stock calipers. If anything, id just rebuild them, or get the CX-9 calipers.Thanks again, I revisited your Z23 pad review post.
On the other hand, any recommendation/comments with brake calipers for future reference? Centric makes remanufactured uncoated ones, whereas Ultra-Power makes new and coated ones. I believe Centric is part of Stoptech which is good, and I lean towards getting ones from them. I also used Powerstop's calipers in another vehicle, but they don't make calipers for our Mazda6. My understanding is that coated calipers are the preferable ones to go with.
Yes, you just need new rotors obvs.Interesting, the CX-9 calipers are direct bolt-on for the fronts?
They are CX-9 calipers, why would you think youd need 6 rotors if i told you youd need new ones?Mazda 6 rotors
You cant and dont need to. The ABS system does it.correct that to balance the setup?