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So I have a 2014 civic si sedan and ordered a set of hawk dtc-60. they fit in the caliper bracket but had excessive play and slips out.

Further investigation shows 3 different front pad sizes (thanks healtoeauto.com) so now I don't know what size my car has. This is annoying.

Anyone else have this issue when searching for dedicated track pads? Should I swap the caliper bracket from a different year si? (maybe a 2013 model)
 

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So I have a 2014 civic si sedan and ordered a set of hawk dtc-60. they fit in the caliper bracket but had excessive play and slips out.

Further investigation shows 3 different front pad sizes (thanks healtoeauto.com) so now I don't know what size my car has. This is annoying.

Anyone else have this issue when searching for dedicated track pads? Should I swap the caliper bracket from a different year si? (maybe a 2013 model)
Haven't heard of this before.

What Hawk part number did you install? HB275G.620?

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Haven't heard of this before.

What Hawk part number did you install? HB275G.620?

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Yes but im going to post a few links from Hawk with hps pads for civic si.

all of these part numbers came from heeltoeauto.com

and i saw the hawk hps had d465, d914, d948 I guess that's some type of backing plate number.
 

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New info, on Porterfield-brakes.com they show a different part number for the 2014 civic si. HB393.665 DTC-60 pads. Just looking at it its wider than the HB275G.620 DTC-60.
HB393.665 looks like it matches the factory pads i have on the car now. I will give them a try.
 
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