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Drum to disk conversion: from teg 93 work??

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by hondamidnighter, Jul 1, 2004.

  1. hondamidnighter

    hondamidnighter Senior Member

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    Im finally doing the drum to disk conversion(well i think because thats why im asking this question??) Can I use all the parts from a 93 Integra to do my conversion. Like the master cylinder , the trailering arm, and disks.??

    Yeah a stupid question but ive searched and came up with 94 and up. But can i use from a 93.
     
  2. E_SolSi

    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    master cyl = dunno.... you will likely need the booster as well and probly have to rebend some lines
    trailing arms = no
    disks = you might be able to swap out the hubs themselves (its a bitch from what i hear though)

    you will also need e-brake cables the proportional valve and lines
    the cables need to be from a del sol
    the lines might work but not too sure

    better plan would to be to get it all from a 3rd gen integra (still need the sol ebrake cables)
    or a del sol Si or VTEC
     
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    dohch22a4 Senior Member

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    I seriously doubt any of it will work, except for swapping hubs. The MC and booster might work, but you'll be rebending hard lines for sure. The 2g teg is an oddball as far at parts interchangability goes. Just go with E's suggestion and do a DC brake swap.
     
  4. hondamidnighter

    hondamidnighter Senior Member

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    Thanks for the help anyways guys.
     
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