LarryD did an install guide on his AEM big brake kit. It should be the same for the rotors. The brake pads are pretty easy once you get everything off.
If you want to try and save some cash go to a small independent and see if they will teach you how to do it and let you use their tools. Offer to clean their shop and nite for em in trade or whatever. Thats actually how I first got started working on cars - went to a local guy I knew and asked if he could teach me how to service by rear brakes (I couldn't afford to pay him to do it) - I told him I'd work for him free of charge for a couple days over spring break if he would teach me a few things about cars. He said sure, and it worked out well, he wound up paying me for my time, I got to change by brakes under his supervision, and the rest is historycelica001 said:wow thanks guys for all the help, expically griffen, i dunno wat to do, maybe i will just have the dealer put em on, since i work there it shouldnt be to much, btw these are direct replacements for the stock rotors and brakes, and i will still be using the stock calipers, the rotors arent any bigger, i appreciate all the help, if anyone esle has any .02 cents to add please feel free, again, i am not mecahinally (spelling?) inclined, just never worked with the braking system before, if theres anyone in northern pa willingly to help me out and do it with me ii would lvoe it, even give u a few bucks, otherwise i will jsut take it to the dealer. thanks again. jon.