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    Quote Originally Posted by mike.h View Post
    Original EP3 flywheel is around 7.9kg, facelift is 4.9kg I think, 38% difference is significant.

    Some lightened flywheels mass as little as 2.8kg. I suspect they wouldn't last though.
    Thanks for the helpful replies, gents.

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    Just a quick update:

    Car had both rear calipers rebuilt and repainted. Driver side one was sticking badly. So just got both rebuilt. Also bought some New NS 400 Project Mu pads for the rebuikd calipers.

    Bought a GruppeM induction kit and waiting on that ti arrive.
    Originally Posted by Doodle

    F*ck that, even I wouldn't own an EP3.

    Scottish Type-R's version

    F*ck that, even I wouldn't own an FN2. Unless a Mugen Model


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    Ah you are still kicking around then


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottish Type-R View Post
    Just a quick update:

    Also bought some New NS 400 Project Mu pads for the rebuikd calipers.
    Have you had any time to say if you think the rear pads are any good?

    I need some new rear discs and pads and am considering the Project Mu pads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nidge76 View Post
    Have you had any time to say if you think the rear pads are any good?

    I need some new rear discs and pads and am considering the Project Mu pads.

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    I'd just go cheap and cheerful at the back, works fine even on the track car as the rear doesn't do that much.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Krzys View Post
    I'd just go cheap and cheerful at the back, works fine even on the track car as the rear doesn't do that much.
    Just ordered some Pagid rear discs so maybe Pagid or Brembo rear pads?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nidge76 View Post
    Just ordered some Pagid rear discs so maybe Pagid or Brembo rear pads?
    Brembo read pads are perfect, good performance and almost no brake dust

    I've had Project Mu on other cars in the past and I am not a fan personally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SK-R View Post
    Brembo read pads are perfect, good performance and almost no break dust

    I've had Project Mu on other cars in the past and I am not a fan personally.
    Ordered a set of Brembo rear pads from Euro Car Parts exactly 90 minutes ago for 17.50 and they have just been delivered. Not bad!
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    Just a quick update:

    Gruppe M arrived from Japan yesterday via Torque GT.

    Will get some pics up once fitted.
    Originally Posted by Doodle

    F*ck that, even I wouldn't own an EP3.

    Scottish Type-R's version

    F*ck that, even I wouldn't own an FN2. Unless a Mugen Model


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    Not too many updates.

    Just so busy at the moment with getting married this year. And switching from contractor to permie job.

    Have any of you had any experience of silicone pipes from this company below? I am looking to change out the OEM induction and cooling pipes.

    https://www.jsperformance.co.uk/

    http://www.jsperformance.co.uk/silic...-kit-ep3-hoses

    http://www.jsperformance.co.uk/silic...-kit-ep3-hoses

    Waiting on my new front brake pads to arrive and going back to Honda OEM front and rear discs with Honda Genuine rear pads. Pagid RS-29 front pads. And the GOODRIDGE STAINLESS STEEL BRAIDED BRAKE LINE PHANTOM KIT - in red.
    Originally Posted by Doodle

    F*ck that, even I wouldn't own an EP3.

    Scottish Type-R's version

    F*ck that, even I wouldn't own an FN2. Unless a Mugen Model


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