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    #221
    Buti pa si FOTON naka Japanese brand akebono.jpg

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    #222
    Quote Originally Posted by maculet View Post
    Buti pa si FOTON naka Japanese brand akebono.jpg
    They need something Japan made. Andami nila sa nlex/sctex, traveling at supersonic speed installed f16 jet pipes.

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    #223
    Quote Originally Posted by Wh1stl3r View Post
    Methinks those Proacts are the top of the line ones. Kaso US made so probably will only cater to USDM models.

    Are those pads for your car? Which model?
    full na inbox mo bro pero surprising nga iyong mga pangyayari

    anyhow, ako i stick w/ project mu. malakas ang kagat and very minimal ang brake dust.

    ika nga ni ramon bautista, "jdm numba 1!"

    ang problema, hindi ko alam kung ok na uli sila autoplus sportzentrium after the fire that razed their shop last year. hindi ko napapansin pag napapadaan ako sa edsa if ever man mapadaan ako ng edsa.

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    #224
    Quote Originally Posted by jigeloh View Post
    They need something Japan made. Andami nila sa nlex/sctex, traveling at supersonic speed installed f16 jet pipes.

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    may nakita din ako akebono for L300 fb hehe

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    #225
    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    full na inbox mo bro pero surprising nga iyong mga pangyayari

    anyhow, ako i stick w/ project mu. malakas ang kagat and very minimal ang brake dust.

    ika nga ni ramon bautista, "jdm numba 1!"

    ang problema, hindi ko alam kung ok na uli sila autoplus sportzentrium after the fire that razed their shop last year. hindi ko napapansin pag napapadaan ako sa edsa if ever man mapadaan ako ng edsa.
    i think yung sa edsa is still under (re)construction pero yun motul arm nila is in operation from a different office.

    naalala ko decade ago nagkamali ako type ng pad semi-metallic na project-mu pads. ang ingay tapos muntik pa kainin yun rotors

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    #226
    Quote Originally Posted by babkalakal View Post
    i think yung sa edsa is still under (re)construction pero yun motul arm nila is in operation from a different office.

    naalala ko decade ago nagkamali ako type ng pad semi-metallic na project-mu pads. ang ingay tapos muntik pa kainin yun rotors
    sorry hindi pala mu. naalala ko na endless na pang dc2 integra semi-metallic yun kumain sa rotor ko

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    #227
    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    full na inbox mo bro pero surprising nga iyong mga pangyayari

    anyhow, ako i stick w/ project mu. malakas ang kagat and very minimal ang brake dust.

    ika nga ni ramon bautista, "jdm numba 1!"

    ang problema, hindi ko alam kung ok na uli sila autoplus sportzentrium after the fire that razed their shop last year. hindi ko napapansin pag napapadaan ako sa edsa if ever man mapadaan ako ng edsa.
    Sorry bro. Ayan nagbura na ako. Literally nalaglag pa nga ako sa upuan sa gulat.

    Ganda din ng reviews ng Project MU. As for Akebono, the only experience I've had was the OEM in my D40 Navara. Little to no brake dust, progressive feel and great stopping power. Tried EBC Greenstuff and thought it was an upgrade but they were noisier, dustier and felt like it had a little less stopping power.

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    #228
    Quote Originally Posted by Wh1stl3r View Post
    Sorry bro. Ayan nagbura na ako. Literally nalaglag pa nga ako sa upuan sa gulat.

    Ganda din ng reviews ng Project MU. As for Akebono, the only experience I've had was the OEM in my D40 Navara. Little to no brake dust, progressive feel and great stopping power. Tried EBC Greenstuff and thought it was an upgrade but they were noisier, dustier and felt like it had a little less stopping power.
    Those on Project mu pads, please periodically check for a known common issue as seen on the pic. Hope Pmu has had them addressed & updated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wh1stl3r View Post
    Sorry bro. Ayan nagbura na ako. Literally nalaglag pa nga ako sa upuan sa gulat.

    Ganda din ng reviews ng Project MU. As for Akebono, the only experience I've had was the OEM in my D40 Navara. Little to no brake dust, progressive feel and great stopping power. Tried EBC Greenstuff and thought it was an upgrade but they were noisier, dustier and felt like it had a little less stopping power.
    Akebono is an OEM supplier for all the japanese car manufacturer, even for honda that also use a nissin pads in some of its model and toyota that currently uses Advics brand. Akebono also supply brake pads to Ford and GM. To become a brake pads supplier for a car manufacturer, it must pass several test for quality and safety standard. Meaning Akebono have the best quality brake pads.

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    #230
    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    Those on Project mu pads, please periodically check for a known common issue as seen on the pic. Hope Pmu has had them addressed & updated.

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    I will check mine on my next oil change. If they are bad, I will change them to Brembo.


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