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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by Crix, Jul 26, 2004.

  1. Crix

    Crix Senior Member

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    What all do i need to do to change over to adding a ls motor into a crx? Something about the front hubs and whatever else? What mid shaft do i use and from what cars or car? What axles? What hubs?
     
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    What trim crx DX, Si?
     
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    Crix Senior Member

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    sorry, the car is a 91 crx hf.
     
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    DX or Si hubs man... LS mid shaft, LS axels

    Dont use LS hubs cuase it the front end alignment and stuff off...
     
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    hes saying use DX or SI hubs
     
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    Crix Senior Member

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    ok cool thanks for the help.
     
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    so iam just replacing the hubs only, not the whole arm assembly just remove the rotor, and whatnot and replace the hub with a ls hub? Will it all line up?
     
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    Not an LS hub...a hub from a CRX DX or SI...LS axels and mid shaft...very simple
     
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    No, I said do not use LS hubs... as in the steering knuckle...
     
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    sorry that was a typo. Using si hubs. 90 integra axles and mid shaft.

    When you guys mean use si hubs, you mean just swap just the hubs? Do i need to swap out the whole upper and lower arms?
     
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    I used the whole LS front brake assembly. :shrug: With my camber kits, alignments were a snap. :thumbsup: Everything worked perfect.
     
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    ^^ I used LS ones too.....and my alignment is fucked :p

    P.S. anyone know how to fix? Just get an alignment or do I need a camber kit?
     
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    You can also use EX hubs. Thats what my car has.
     
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    I used LS Hubs also, Works Perfect. If you use LS hubs, Get an Allignment and buy a camber kit, Definately helps out drastically. LS brakes are bigger than SI or DX.
     
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    Off a 91 Sedan? That comes with larger brakes...
     
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    There is no 88-91 EX, So you need to go with 92 or 93 EX hubs for them to fit.
     
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    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    I read somewhere there was, and I saw a 91 EX for sale at some car lot or some shit like 2 years ago..
     
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    Wait, Sorry, Correction on that, There is a 88-91 EX Sedan. Sorry My bad, i forgot there was. So Ya, Get those if you can , But LS's are a dime a dozen and you can get them front hubs for cheap, Plus if your looking to upgrade even better, You can add the back LS hubs to have all 4 discs, and no garbage Drums.
     
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