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EBC Red Stuff Brake Pads Part #DP31987C Customer Reviews
8 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Alexander V (SACRAMENTO, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Acura TSX — May 27, 2015 8:30 AM
I have noticed a harder bite onto the rotor with this pads. I have also noticed less bite when cold. These pads seem to heat up and bite stronger fast, so I don't think it's a real problem. These pads do not require any additional shims or anti-squeal plates to be attached, which made install even faster. The dust has increased, but I'm hoping after the bed-in process, it will reduce that.
Reviewed by Richard P (KENOSHA, WI) Reviewed for a 2010 Honda Accord — May 17, 2013 9:02 AM
High quality pads and installation was easy. Shims are provided where necessary and fitted to the pads with friction fit, so grease on the back of the pads is unnecessary. Grease is provided for caliper pins and springs, however. Only a few hundred miles so far, so no long term results. They are quiet--no squeaks--and work well. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by Jan R (KILLEEN, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda Accord — Jan 01, 2013 9:26 PM
finally had my brakes checked out by the local mechanic and he recommended i get them changed. i went with these knowing because of the great reviews. when i got my brakes and rotors changed, 1 of the pads was worn down to the metal. not good. i've had lots of annoying noises, but now that it's been replaced, no annoying grinding noises anymore and my braking has improved a lot! i replaced the crappy rear brakes that honda supplied my car with.
Reviewed by Errol T (Simpsonville, SC) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda Accord — Aug 16, 2010 12:41 AM
Replaced the infamous rear brakes on the 2008 Honda Accord. Perhaps you know that Honda was taken to court on a class action law suit. They will pay for half. But now, No squeaks, and that was a pleasant surprise. Initially I had to brake a little harder ( I replaced the rear rotors at the same time ). Just recently I had the occasion (involuntary ) to brake hard while going at 60 mph to avoid tapping someones rear end. I was surprised how quickly it stopped with that hard braking. No taps on their rear. I hope not to repeat that scenario, but it's nice to know it will get even better after another 500 miles. Thanks guys.
Ships Between 4/28 - 5/02
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- Part #:DP31987C
- Includes pads for both wheels
- FMSI: D1336/D1451