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EP3 / Fn2 / S2000 shares the same pad and front caliper type., as some other civics in USa, etc...\Just widen your search a bit more, you sure to find them, sadly not many places have them because people usually go with oem equivalent or ds2500, the middle child gets ignored or forgotten to a lot people X)
Yeah I don't think the Civic modding scene is that strong in the UK, the vast majority of them I see around are used as Honda intended. E.g by old people or as family cars...

Plenty of FN2 upgrades out there.

I'll see how the TRW pads do in my 1.8 anyway before deciding to throw more money around!
 

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Yeah I don't think the Civic modding scene is that strong in the UK, the vast majority of them I see around are used as Honda intended. E.g by old people or as family cars...

Plenty of FN2 upgrades out there.

I'll see how the TRW pads do in my 1.8 anyway before deciding to throw more money around!
We’re running the Mintex pads, all round, that came with the MTEC discs. No problems at all. Stops well even after repeated heavy braking.


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What a nightmare, hopefully the person sorted you out!
They refused to take responsibility on the day (as a car on the other side of the road flashed them out 🤔) strange how a dash cam changes minds. My insurance was informed but not used, as their insurance company took full responsibility and today I got a call from my bodyshop who supplied the quote to take the car in.
 

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Yeah, those dash cams can come in handy, I need to get myself one with the amount of idiots on the road.
I'm surprised it wasn't a write off. Good it's getting sorted!
 

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Yeah, those dash cams can come in handy, I need to get myself one with the amount of idiots on the road.
I'm surprised it wasn't a write off. Good it's getting sorted!
New door, skirt, rear wheel arch and a lot of work on the rear quarter. I think the rise in secondhand car prices and a good bodyshop have saved the day, £3609 for the repair.
 

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My dash cam lives in the glove box, might have to take it out :unsure: Good they did not write it off, my last car got written off (cat n) for a lot less than that :/
 

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That's mugen 200 prices! It's says good price on the first one 😲 Might put mine up for sale, 07 plate 67,000 miles a bargain at £8,000.
 

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My dash cam lives in the glove box, might have to take it out :unsure: Good they did not write it off, my last car got written off (cat n) for a lot less than that :/
Wouldn’t go anywhere with out mine now.
 

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Got a few small bits today, so I ended up finishing the battery relocation and the air intake.
Need a Valve cover filter, or a plug to the silicone elbow.
Very similar to the first one I made
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I used a Revotec fitting, an aluminium T connector, a silicone reducer and hose to connect both the engine breathers to the intake
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Be careful of the coolant hose rubbing on the intake as it gets very hot. I added a aluminium hose connector to the coolant hose to enable it to be turned away from the intake
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Don't use silicone coolant hoses, they shrink under the clips when hot and are forever leaking
 

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Very similar to the first one I made
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I used a Revotec fitting, an aluminium T connector, a silicone reducer and hose to connect both the engine breathers to the intake
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Be careful of the coolant hose rubbing on the intake as it gets very hot. I added a aluminium hose connector to the coolant hose to enable it to be turned away from the intake
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Don't use silicone coolant hoses, they shrink under the clips when hot and are forever leaking
Yours looks great! Thanks for the tips, I had to use a slightly different setup, because of the rrc+tb, the coolant hose is bothering me a bit, I'm going to wrap some termal wrap around it for now, it will creat about 1cm layer between the two for now.
Or maybe I can find a different coolant hose?
 
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