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Rear disk swap

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by danse, Feb 28, 2006.

  1. danse

    danse Junior Member

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    For all the real brains out there: I have a 91 Honda civic Si and want rear disk brakes, I have access to the complete setup from a 95 civic Ex ie lower arms, calipers, cables, brakes and such. Is there any way I can make this work on my car? I know about using Teg 90-93 parts but I can't find any of those around anymore. I also already have a 15/16 MC and BB from the Teg, but I will need the port valve to make it all work. Anyone try this setup?
    Thanks!
     
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    2. EG stuff won't work. DA teg stuff should be easy to find. Acutally if you're local, I have a set at work or check car-part.com
     
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    a 91 si already has rear disk brakes
     
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    No, the CRX has rear disk, the Civic Hatch Si has drum rear brakes. Sorry about posting in the wrong place..
     
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    Unless you want to do custom fab work, parts off a DA Integra are going to be the way to go. Don't forget its best to get the proportion valve off of an Integra as well.
     
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    4. use your stock rear lower control arms as well as compensator arms as well...

    5. if you plan on putting 90-93 integra front brakes, again use stock control arms upper/lower
     
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    Thanks for the help. I will use the Teg parts with my stock rear lower control arms, I was able to track down a set. Another question: Fast brakes has a 11 inch front set that uses VW Corrodo rotors and Teg calipers, being that theyare bigger then 10.3 teg front set I would think that they would be a step up from the Teg setup. has anyone used them? And what do you all think?
     
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