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95' integra rear disks

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by 69crx69, Jun 25, 2005.

  1. 69crx69

    69crx69 Member

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    will they fit into a 90 crx? i can get the full assemblies, brake master cylinder, and brake booster. I just need to know if they will work or not. thanks.
     
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    If i remember correctly they will fit. The DC's are interchagable with the EG's and the CRX's will fit on the EG's.
     
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    I think the only thing that will fit on a crx is the DA integra rear disc brake setup. Correct me if I am wrong......
     
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    Estorvito Soy Boricua

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    Yup..I did it to my 90 hatch..I used a 97 rear disk conv on my civic and it didnt fit...You will have to modify the wishbone tingy @ the end...<---I suck..
    anyways...I forgot how i did it buy it can be done with alittle mod....

    I'll try to get some pics for ya as soon as I get back from Canada..<---Yeah!

    Use a rear disk setup from an older Integra or crx...Its a lot less work...<-- :lol:
     
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    hybrid89 thistownsucks...

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    DC (94-01) will bolt right up to an EG (92-95)
    DA (90-93) will bolt right up to an EF (88-91)
     
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    i have dc rear disc on my rex. its a bolt on process, you have two ways of doing this
    1. using complete trailing arm(minus what estorvito said, you will use your existing wishbone thingies..lol..) or
    2. unbolt spindles from your trailing arm and replace with integra spindles
    either way envolves roughly the same amount of work.. be sure to have 90-91 crx Si e brake cable's, your drum e brake cable will not fit
     
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