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Project Mu Brake Pads for 9th gen civic hatchback?

Anyone knows if any of the earlier honda models fits the 9th gen?
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So no problem getting DP21973 to fit? Did you have to modify anything?
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Does the EBC pads break better at the beginning ? because i find the brake not strong enough at the beginning of breaking. (but good when i push enough)
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So no problem getting DP21973 to fit? Did you have to modify anything?
I dont modify anything
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Does the EBC pads break better at the beginning ? because i find the brake not strong enough at the beginning of breaking. (but good when i push enough)
Greenstuff that I used is good on the beginning of breaking
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I dont modify anything
Awesome! Thank“s Gricko!
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I use now ebc d1926 front discs and i wait for usr discs front and rear. I told with ebc and they tell me that usr discs will be in may. I will get ebc yellow stuff front puds in august
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ebc have made gd1926 (293 mm) front gd 1927 rear and usr 1926 (293 mm) front and usr 1927 rear.
Next month will be gd and usr 1925 ( 280 mm)
I bought usr 1927 and get it yesterday in Israel post.
Today I buy usr 1926.

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Nice setup!


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Ahh, this answers my greenstuff pad question..

Only thing that I noticed was that the greenstuff pads don't have the dimple which sits in the piston end of the caliper.. Not sure how relevant that is, but sounds like there are no issues either way...
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I dont have any problem with rear puds but now I bought rear yellowstuff with dimple
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