1 of them haz bridgestone...2 eurostar general..akk stock size
Please ignore the hopeless idiots here suggesting its a factory fault. I've used this car in a track/drag setup, there is nothing wrong with the brakes, heck even after repeated ABS and braking at high speeds -- the brake fade was minimal. No one has ever complained about Civic brakes (aside from fools who don't own the car and never probably will).
What Bridgestones do you have? Potenzas by any chance? Its not a very good tire in my opinion. Has good ride comfort but the grip is just so-so. And the Eurostars are just pathetic tires... completely hopeless, don't expect anything good out of them.
Get some better tires like Sumitomo or Yokohamas or even Dunlops. If your emphasis is ride comfort, I highly recommend Sumitomo. It is a JDM tire and is fantastically balanced. Try it first on one car which has Eurostar and see the difference.
and the abs of pak civic iz no where close 2 japs...
I hope you understand that the brakes on the Civic are not made in Pakistan. The braking system is purely designed and made in Japan by NISSIN Kogyo Co. Ltd, which is a very well known brake manufacturer.