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Old 12-18-2017, 08:19 AM
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Im using ferodo ds2500.

Here are few pics. Size difference and mountet!
only thing that has to be done is bent or cut the brake dust shield! But this has to done to all other bbks!






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Originally Posted by lukeyboi89 View Post
Thanks for the update.
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Do second hand accord calipers come with the carriers generally?

What pads did you use in the end?

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generally they com with carrieres, but before you buy a set, would ask for a complete set with pads/ carriers and bolts!
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Originally Posted by Atr-platti View Post


generally they com with carrieres, but before you buy a set, would ask for a complete set with pads/ carriers and bolts!
thanks for the reply

see im not a fan of ferodo ds2500 have used other pads which i prefer but they dont make them in the size for the accord caliper.

did you come across any other performance pads?

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No only used the ferodos this year. Mayba i will try carbon lorraine rc5+ or ebc next year.
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I'm running EBC Blue stuff
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Held up well at Castle Combe
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Had a look on the carbon Lorraine site. Their rc6 seems pretty decent, anyone used those compared to the rc5+?
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Update just for the infomation

i ave test fitted the caliper to the car all that was needed was a trim to the heat sheild.

The clearance of the carrier and disk is fine but a little offset which can be sorted with very little machining ( if you want to go to the trouble of doing this which i will be ) also note the metal spring clips that hold the pads in was very close to the disk which a little bit of bending will sort this out





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