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91 CRX to Tegra Rotor/Caliper Change

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by Yurik, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. Yurik

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    what year/type of integra do i need, i plan on just buying rotors from brembo, pads from EBC, and the caliper from oreillys, is there anything else i need, like brake hoses or anything, or is pads/rotors/calipers all i need to do the front change over to the bigger disks bolt on, this is not a CRX si, just a regular CRX, with drum rears, plan on doing the fronts, doing rears later
     
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    no one knows what front brakes/parts i need for my 91crx to tegra swap? please help i wanna get this puppy to the track lol
     
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    ok so with 91 calipers from a integra, and 91 brembo rotors for an integra, and 91 pads for integra i could do the swap and gain bigger brakes? i dont need the hoses or anything?
     
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    do you need knuckles for the tegra and the accord wagon swap? i dont like the idea of swapping knuckles unless i have to, if i dont with the wagon i will jus put those on, any ideas?
     
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    Stock hoses/lines will work.

    The bigger caliper is overkill; and you still won't be using all of the pad since its on a smaller rotor(probably wouldn't notice a difference). With the Wagon/ITR/Lude Caliper swap; if you use the Integra knuckles you will have to upgrade to 11" rotors. Not to mention increase in unsprung weight. If you can get the Integra knuckles, go that route. If you find a deal on the bigger calipers; go that way(those calipers are more rare and expensive).
     
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    well basically im wanting to swap without swapping knuckles if at all possible, and as for a deal, i can get whatever for super cheap, i work at orielly's and can get the loaded caliper w/ pads and bracket etc for my cost

    is there any swap that u dont have to swap knuckles? if there is none then i will jus do brembo pads/rotors and call it done lol
     
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    The caliper swap doesn't require a knuckle swap; but as stated before IMO, it's not one of the best ways to go unless you're just fixated on having bigger rotors and don't care for actual performance.

    +1 on pads and rotors.
     
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    thanks a ton man, ill do pads/rotors and leave it :D
     
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