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Here's to a new year, lets hope 2022 leaves 2021 in its smoke! To start the year off we at EBC Brakes would like to give you car enthusiasts the chance of winning one free set of pads (front or rear) for any vehicle of your choice. One randomly selected forum member can choose any pad from our entire range.

To enter for your chance to win, I would like you to share with us what you believe has been the number one mod/upgrade you have made to your vehicle that everyone should do?

The lucky winner will be randomly selected and announced within a few days after the closing date of 1st February 2022 and details will be posted on this forum within a few days of the closing date.

Please be aware that this thread may appear in more than one section on the forum and one winner will be selected from the whole forum, not a winner per thread.
Pad choice will be based on availability and where a chosen pad is unavailable, an alternative will be offered.

If you are not the lucky winner, EBC Brakes are pleased to be able to offer a 10% discount off their braking products to all members of the forum community using code FORUM10USER
This discount code can be redeemed at EBC Brakes Direct | EBC Brake Pads | EBC Brake Discs or with our USA partners at Perfect Brakes | EBC Brake Pads | EBC Rotors


Any questions or application issues please let us know.

GOOD LUCK………

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Here's to a new year, lets hope 2022 leaves 2021 in its smoke! To start the year off we at EBC Brakes would like to give you car enthusiasts the chance of winning one free set of pads (front or rear) for any vehicle of your choice. One randomly selected forum member can choose any pad from our entire range.

To enter for your chance to win, I would like you to share with us what you believe has been the number one mod/upgrade you have made to your vehicle that everyone should do?

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I've done a handful of mods to my car along the years, some due to necessity and others for that extra cool feature. I would say it depends on the driver, but for me the driving experience is key. Feeling safe, secure, comfortable and somewhat 'escaped' from the road. So my pick for number one mod/upgrade that most people should opt for is sound deadening the car. Now this might seem like lots of work for unseen reward. And it is. However, it provides some benefits for that car enthusiast and the driving experience.
Installing these sheets means you must remove some of the car to reach the spots you need. I took 2 approaches by removing the outer door skin (the metal that's painted) and the inner door card (plastic with all the trim bits) and found the outer door skin proved to be easier. There were less wires to detach, less plastic clips to break accidentally, and since there is all metal surface, you can lay complete coverage of the sound deadener versus in the door card you must go around speakers and wires and holes. While doing this, the added benefit is you get to inspect your car and get to know it to the core. You see how things work and can even fix or clean parts that typically get no attention.
I went as far as doing my trunk spare tire wheel well too and there is something satisfying about lining your entire car with thick rubber. haha
Some benefits of this upgrade include a reduction in road noise (Earth is only getting louder), that lovely 'thud' a proper door makes when closing, and it sort of "seals" the car up helping slightly with heat/cold transfer thru the thin metal skins. I can say that the doors do sound nicer when closing and the road noise is reduced slightly. I waited til the end to mention I did this on my 12 year old car as a middle aged upgrade for this driven car. Sometimes doing mods/upgrades after you have owned the car will spark the desire back into the beauty of the car and drive.

-4W2G
 
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