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1990 Civic Si rear disc swap

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by bwaynep, Jul 6, 2008.

  1. bwaynep

    bwaynep Drives Like Gramps...

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    I've searched :confused: ... and most of what I've seen has to do with a rear disc swap for a Crx. I just picked up the full rear trailing arm and hubs from a Crx Si. I know I'll need new lines but I'm unsure as to which model they should come from, DA (2 or 4 door?) or Crx Si? I'm planning on getting a DA master cylinder and booster because my stock one is starting to go out.

    Am I missing anything?

    Thanks for your input, HondaSwap is the spot!
     
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    OK, i'm assuming this is going on an Si hatch so...

    Get the lines for a 91 CRX Si (but I do think the lines for a DA teg are the exact same part number) Also, did you get the e-brake cables? You'll need the cables from a DA teg, 2 door. The four doors ones are too long and the CRX ones are too short.

    Also, unless your booster is in need of being changed, I suggest leaving the stock booster on and just run the 15/16 master cylinder from a 91 Civic EX. It bolts directly to your stock booster and the spots for the fluid lines are in the exact same position as the master on your car right now. But if you really need the booster to be changed also, then obviously it would be worth going for the teg master and booster.

    As a matter of fact, my cousin has a ITR booster w/ master cylinder for sale. If you're interested, send me a PM. I'm sure he'll let it go for pretty cheap. Good Luck :thumbsup:
     
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    Thanks for the quick response. I'll shoot you a pm if I decide to go with the Integra booster/MC.
     
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    No problem... Also, get the 40/40 proportioning valve from a DA Teg. Make sure it's non-abs. 2 door or 4 door, it doesn't matter...
     
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