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  1. EBC Brakes
    To see EBC’s pad & disc/rotor recommendations, just let us know what & how you drive, then leave the rest to us. The below link will take you to our interactive Brake Selector Tool, where basic questions on your car or motorcycle and driving style will determine the best recommendation for you...
  2. Wheels/Tires/Brakes
    01 Ex Coupe. Had new pads and rotors put on recently, but it didn't fix this issue I sometimes notice. If I brake heavily on snow/ice, the pedal feels like it's grinding. Braking heavily any other time, works fine. Light to medium braking on snow/ice works fine. Just when it's a heaving...
  3. Canada
    Not sure if some of you guys noticed I had these installed yesterday before the meet. The rotors are Extreme Stop and Hawks pads. Props to my brother! What do you guys think?
  4. Wheels/Tires/Brakes
    Hello I have a 2004ex. A whyll back i bought some dezod front pads.I was going to use them on the circuit but i ran in some problem getting them in the caliper! 1.width of the dezod pads is 1mm larger, i would have to file them off. 2.Pad surface is almost 1cm smaller than my stock pads...
  5. Wheels/Tires/Brakes
    equals a shit ton of brake dust. fawk my life. 3 or 4 days after a wash.. thought it would be a good idea to share with you some of the downside of kickass brake pads (also the loud braking noise) totally worth it though.
  6. Wheels/Tires/Brakes
    OK so the time has come where i need some new breaks, as so of you know i just got white rims so one of the things im looking for a pads that produce the least about of dust. also as some of you might know im also in the process of boosting my car. so i need something that has good stopping...
  7. Other
    Here is a DIY on how to replace your rotors and pads at the same time. I'm replacing warped rotors with after market stocks but the same concept applies in case you were doing Powerslots/HPS pads or something similar. 1. Jack up the car and remove your front wheels (don't forget to loosen the...
  8. Other
    this diy should take 30 mins to 1 hour, depending on experience. difficulty level is a 2 out of 10. OVERVIEW the purpose of this diy is to replace worn brake pads. MATERIALS/TOOLS new brake pads 17mm wrench 12mm socket flat-head screwdriver STEPS before proceeding, loosen the lug nuts on...
  9. Wheels/Tires/Brakes
    Do i really need a C Clamp for the piston? Or can I change my pads with out one? Does anyone know how to? Is it simple?
  10. Wheels/Tires/Brakes
    I have heard that Mintex are very good but makes a lot of dust...I have also heard a lot of positive reports about Hawk and also Endless. I am about to change my pads what do you guys would you recomend. Thanks.
  11. Wheels/Tires/Brakes
    These pads are unbelievable! I just tap the brakes now and it slows me down dramatically! Definetly worth the $50 or so that I paid.
  12. Wheels/Tires/Brakes
    Just installed brembo sportslotted rotors and hawk ceramic pads today heres some pix cant wait to see how these perform compared to stock :grin:
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