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Brembo vs eicher brake pads/discs

I was wondering is its worth buying brembo brake discs and pads as euro car parts has a 50%sale on atm or should I go with the basic eicher brake pads and disc?

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Brembo, no contest.
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+1 Brembo - get the coated ones to reduce the corrosion on the edges.
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rear brembo pads come with a different size pair of bolts i believe so best re-use the old honda ones.
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rear brembo pads come with a different size pair of bolts i believe so best re-use the old honda ones.
Correct. I can confirm this is correct.
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