Guys, This is using Australian delivered Honda parts- The v6 accord seems to have the exact same brake specs as the ITR and the Prelude VtiR. I have recently up graded my stock 10.5 inch JDM SiR brakes for 11.1inch brakes off an Accord. The brake discs and callipers were the exact same as those of a type R integra. I just had to redrill discs and shave 1.4mm off the brake calliper mounts. But I want MORE... This weekend I an picking up a full set of 98-02 accord hubs and brakes to see if it is possible to do a swap by mix and matching components. Before I do it I am wondering if any one else has done the 4 to 5 stud swap without using ITR/CTR brake parts? This is what I envisage 1 Hope against hope that accord and civic front knuckles will interchange with minor mods 2 Realise there is no way in F#*K the knuckles will interchange and press out the 5 stud accord hubs and try to press into the civic knuckles 3 Realise the bloody bearings are different sizes so find an appropriate bearing to suit, or machine out civic hub carrier to accept accord front wheel bearing 4 get it all together to realise I should have counted the friggin number of splines on the accord hub. Rear 1 Try and mount the rear accord hubs and disc on the civic stub axles, 2 Realise the civic stubs are too small and pull out the stub axles from accord and bolt into civic rear trailing arms (if I can find socket to suit those funky stub axle securing bolts) 3 Try and mount the accord rear callipers on the original civic spot (civic behind the hub accord in front of the hub like a prelude). I checked the part number of the prelude/accord rear caliper and it was the same as ITR rear calipers. 4 Swap calipers from side to side. Anyone care to add a few steps or let me know that some won't be necessary? Ie does the Prelude/Accord and ITR share same no of splines on the outer CVs?