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Old 02-26-2010, 12:32 PM   #1
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92 civic si rear brake help!!!

Hey guys my rear brakes are done...and I need to replace them on my 92 si. I'm curious, since I have disk brakes would a rear setup from an integra work? I am having problems sourcing rotors and calipers from a junk yard from another si...but integras are a lot more common.
Can i use the rotors and calipers and just bolt em on? or do i need to do anything more? if i can what year integra would i have to take tham from?

thx for all the help guys!
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Old 02-26-2010, 04:59 PM   #2
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Done in what way? Are they uneven wear? Or they both 0mm on the brake pads (metal on metal?)

Rotors are dirt cheap if you go for shitty ones like 30 bucks a piece.
Calipers can be rebuilt or buy new ones because the ones from the junkyard won't be much better.
Check the condition of the caliper before you go spending money you don't need to. pads and rotors should be fine.

As for your question, yeah they're the same pads and rotors.
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Old 03-02-2010, 02:00 PM   #3
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yeh.. they are really cheap.. i got brembo branded disc for 40 each..
i had to replace my calipers once.. .. then i had to replace my master brake cyl..ti never drove the same after that
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Old 03-04-2010, 07:34 PM   #4
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If your rear rotors and pads are finished, you can find replacements at Lordco for your 92 civic. Rotors are cheap like lexluthor was talking about, and pads arent that expensive.

I think Lordco blanks are like $20-$30 bux...I cant remember exactly but again, its not expensive. And if you need calipers...Lordco sells replacement ones where you have to pay the core charge providing you return our old one for rebuilt.

I know ppl say EG and DC are mostly compatible but if there are more problems then its a waste of time/money. I rather just find 92 Civic Si replacements, at least you know for sure it'll fit.

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