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  1. FS: 2nd Gen Racingbrake RB ET500 Rear Brake Pads *New*

    For Sale
    Up for sale is the highly rated Racingbrake RB ET500 Rear Brake pad set for 2009+ TSX. Never installed, as you can see in the picture it is still in the plastic wrap. The manufacturer website lists them at $73.67, and at heeltoeauto, they list it at $69.58 without shipping and without taxes...
  2. Right Turn Squeal

    1st Gen - Car Care, ...
    I'm having trouble finding out exactly how I can check the brake pad wear. I think my brakes are in need of replacement, but like I said, I dunno how to check. Seems simple to just look at how much of the pads are still there, but I'm wondering if there are any specific instructions around. Any...
  3. Just Joined

    Member Intro
    Hi TSXers! I have a 2004 TXS NBP 6-speed manual, with 120+K miles on it. I have owned my TSX for over 5 years. I have cared for my car as best as I can with the help of a good friend. I use mobil One full synthetic, K&N air filter, and past winter I had a new clutch installed. Love it but...
  4. Brake Rotor Replacement

    1st Gen - General Car Topics
    I am interested in replacing my front and rear rotors on my 2006 TSX. Can anyone recommend an alternative to OEM factory parts? I have looked around online and have found that, to no surprise, the OEM parts from Acura are just as expensive as high performance slotten/cross-drilled alternatives...
  5. Where to replace brake pads and rotors

    1st Gen - Suspension, ...
    I found vibration when applying brakes. I was quoted $700 by precision tune to replace front brake pads, rotors, replace brake and power steering fluid for 05' tsx. Is this reasonable price? I live in San jose. Any suggestions, where I can replace them for cheap?
  6. ebc vs power slot vs power stop: thoughts?

    1st Gen - Suspension, ...
    Hi all, I know there are a lot of opinions on this but i figured I'd get the latest opinions out there. I have a 2006 TSX which shakes when braking at high speed and when brakes are hot and thus looking to change out rotors and brake pads. I think i have narrowed it down to four options: 1)...
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