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89' CRX HF brake conversion?

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by 801CRX, Jan 2, 2007.

  1. 801CRX

    801CRX Got Rice?

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    I am looking to do the 90-93 integra brake conversions on my CRX and am wondering if anyone knows the how to or a website on this matter.
    Or any other type of good 4discs conversions for the CRX?
    Any help is much appreciated.
  2. Andrew

    Andrew Well-Known Member

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    Tallahassee, FL
    Heres a few thing I was looking at when I planned out my setup.

    Did my DA front brake swap tonight...
    The easiest brake upgrade you NEVER knew about. Details inside!
    Brake setup possibilities for the autocross racers

    Keeping in mind that I already have 4 wheel disc on my SI, I opted to go with a beefier 1" integra MC/BB, with 1991 Civic EX 10.3" rotors, with 1995 Legend GS Sedan dual piston calipers on top, mounted with the accord wagon 23T brackets that I'll have to grind down a bit. (Havent installed the calipers yet, but you can see the other stuff in my 'engine swap' thread in my sig.

    For you, however, I would suggest just replacing the rear trailing arms and brake assembly off of the DA integra, that way you have the nice rear-disc setup, then just slap on the 1991 Civic EX Master Cylinder(it'll bolt right up to your BB), and then just put some new rotors and pads all the way around and go to town!
    If you wanted an even tighter pedal feel, I'd throw some SS brakelines on there.

    ...Just some stuff to chew on for a while...
    Make sure and do a lot of research before making a decision!
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