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axles for ls/vtec?

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by jukedaman06, Dec 12, 2006.

  1. jukedaman06

    jukedaman06 New Member

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    hey im havin a problem. i have a 92 si hb with an ls/vtec swap. one of my axles messed up so i need help to find out which one to get. i have a b18a1 bottom end and b16 tranny. so i dont know which type of axle i need to replace it. dont know if its 90-93 integra, 94+ integra, b16 axles, or just replacements for the hatch itself. if anyone can help i would apprieciate it.
     
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    All the B series axles are the same in the US- the only difference is whether or not they support ABS through a little wheel thingy that the ABS sensor uses to detect lockup. Since you don't have ABS and you're in a 5th gen Si, just get regular Integra B series axles without ABS.
     
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    thats cool, but i dont know which b series. i know i have to check out my intermediate shaft to help determine whether i have to use a dc or da axle. is that true?
     
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    SlushboxTeggy It's only stupid if it doesn't work VIP

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    I thought they were the same, but don't go by just me.
     
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    Calesta already answered your question. You can just go to any parts store and ask for an Integra driveshaft. You probably should say its an LS since I believe all GSRs came with ABS standard.
     
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    No, he's saying he dosn't know if he is running 90-93 axels and a 90-93 half shaft. If you are running a 90-93 half shaft you need 90-93 axels and if you are running a 94-01 integra halfshaft then you need 94 and up axels. I don't know how to tell the difference tho.
     
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    haha yeah thats the problem im having too. i believe that i need b16 (thats what some keep sayin), but then again you guys and others are saying that 94+ ls can work. but i might just take them off and then go over to AAP and match them up.
     
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    Hey guys thanks alot for the info. i found out that it was a 94+ axle. to you all who told me thanks. i finally got them on today and it sounds great! now my next thing to fix is the rotors lol.
     
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