Nissan Brake Pad and Rotor Kit Parts
Since the time you were a young child you wanted to have a Nissan. You would cut out pictures from magazines and tape them to your wall. You would pretend that your bicycle was a Nissan and you would speed down hills imagining you were racing in your Nissan. On one of the days when you were pretending your bike was a Nissan your bike brakes gave out and you sped down the hill sure that was your last day on this Earth. Luckily for you it was a small downhill and you jumped off to the side onto some grass. That day you learned the importance of brakes.
Now that you are grown up you finally have your Nissan and one of the parts you know is most important are your brakes. Your Nissan disc brake pad and rotor are essential safety features of your Nissan. You are looking into getting a Nissan disc brake and rotor kit because after inspecting your brake pads you realize they have worn down way too much and have damaged your brake rotor. It is always recommended to change both the rotors and pads at the same time since damage is usually on both sides. Changing only one side may end up costing you more in the long run because the other side will eventually get worn down as well. You want to make sure you get the right type of Nissan replacement brakes.
Nissan rotors and pads come with many different options. For your Nissan brake pads you can get semi-metallic, organic and ceramic ones. Semi -metallic pads are inexpensive, readily available, durable and perform well. Organic ones are quieter and environmentally friendly. Ceramic ones offer the best performance, are incredibly durable and they are lightweight but these are the most costly of the three types. There are many options to choose from depending on your needs.
Nissan rotors also have different options you can choose from. There are slotted brake rotors, cross-drilled rotors, and drilled and slotted rotors. Slotted rotors have slots that allow the disc to expel built up brake dust and gases that is generated each time you tap your brakes. Drilled brake rotors do not have grooves but instead have holes drilled through the surface of the rotor. The holes allow brake dust and gas to vent. The third option you have combines the two, they are known as drilled and slotted rotors. These have the slots like the slotted rotors and they also have the holes from the drilled rotors. All three are great options for your Nissan rotors but it depends on what kind of performance you want your Nissan rotors to have.
So when choosing your Nissan rotors and pads make sure you pick what is right for the type of performance you desire. We have guaranteed to fit Nissan disc brake pad and rotor kit that comes with all the necessary components to replace them. Don’t hesitate and contact us today!