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lowering spring and rear disk brake convertion into a 91 civic

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by twinvtec, Jul 31, 2007.

  1. twinvtec

    twinvtec New Member

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    rear disk brake convertion

    Hello evryone,
    I am again in need of some help. I did a lowering spring swap on my 91 civic but now the car is out of alignment. what I would like to know is what kind of adjustments do I need to make in order to get my alignment back into place. Do I need to buy a caster and camber kit for the front end? I also read a posting about putting some washers on the upper control arm (back of the car) to get the right aligngment but what can I do to the front of the car to get right aligngment? I am thinking about doing a reardisk brake convertion on the car so I am going to wait until I finish the brake convertion before I take the car to get align. For the rear brake convertion I got all the parts from an integra 90-93 but it had the abs system on it. Can I still use this set up on my 91 civic if I remove the abs system from it?thxz guys.

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    here is a pic of the rear disk brake system.
     

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  2. bionichicken

    bionichicken New Member

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    You need front and rear camber kits....good luck
     
  3. twinvtec

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    rear disk brake

    Can anyone tell me if I can still use the rear disk brake set up? It is an abs set up can I convert it to non abs and what parts do I need in order to do it?
     
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    you can use the integra rear disk brakes but you need to use the si e-brake cables... you cant use the the abs proportion valve so your going to have to get a si proportion valve if your not changing the front disk brakes but if you are changing the fronts you can use a integra (non abs) proportioning valve...hope this helps
     
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