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EBC Green Stuff Brake Pads Part #DP22041 Customer Reviews
4 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Michael P (Centereach, NY) Reviewed for a 2009 Honda Fit — Jan 11, 2016 2:21 PM
These pads should come stock on a Honda Fit. They have a great initial bite. With the stock pads, the weight of your foot on the brake pedal doesn't hold the car at a traffic light. The stock pads fade easily and don't have a good initial bite. You find yourself applying extra effort and in turn they're marginal at best and eventually fade. The EBC Green Stuff brake pads stop on a dime and don't fade. They're probably the most aggressive pad that would complement the tiny rotors on a Honda Fit.
Reviewed by Kevin D (Cuddy, PA) Reviewed for a 2009 Honda Fit — Dec 01, 2015 11:38 AM
I have used these pads on my 09 Honda Fit since 2010. Much better brake feel, no fade, very little noise. A bit more brake dust than stock but I feel that is a fair trade off for the confidence they instill.
Reviewed by Adam C (VISALIA, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Honda Fit — Jun 13, 2013 10:22 AM
I was not very impressed with the stock setup on the '20 honda fit. The stock brakes just didnt feel as secure as I would have liked (never had any issues though!). once it was time to change the, I went with the green stuff after a lot of research into ceramic vs semi-metallic, hawk vs, ebc, etc etc. I went with these and so far so good! solid bite, and look nice with a little lime greep peaking through the calipers. So far no noise at all. digging the look and feeling of security.
Ships Between 8/23 - 8/25
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