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Old 10-07-2010, 11:11 PM   #1
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Rear disc swap halp!1!!!1one!1

Hey guys,

I got the stuff for a rear disc swap from and EG si hatch, and I'm swapping it into a EG coupe.
I've got a couple of questions:
Do the ebrake cables from the rear disc from the hatch work on the coupe? (are the ebrake cables long enough)?
Do I need to change the prop valve?
I'm pretty sure the mc and booster are the same. Not too sure on the prop valve.
I know I have to change the prop valve if its from a GSR but this one is from a civic so its got smaller calipers/rotors.

Some info would be nice, been lookin' around but haven't exactly found a direct answer.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 10-08-2010, 02:42 PM   #2
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10 second google search

http://forums.hondatuningmagazine.co...ion/index.html
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Old 10-08-2010, 04:37 PM   #3
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wait so the ebrake cables from the hatch WONT work?
So according to this:

"You will also need the e-brake cables associated with those rear discs. You cannot use your existing rear drum e-brake cables. Since each of the rear disc Hondas have different wheelbases and chassis configurations, go with the e-brake cables for the 92-95 Civic coupe or sedan w/rear discs."

There's no such thing as a gotdamn 92-95 civic coupe with rear discs, he facken said that himself in the beginning.

So if i'm gettin this shit right, the ebrake cables from HATCH is TOO SHORT for a COUPE
To sum it all up.
With the EG SI HATCH trailing arms i got, I have to replace the exisiting ebrake cables on it with cables from an EG SEDAN or a 94-01 TEG?

Did I get it right?
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That thing only confused me further...didn't really answer my question directly.
Yes or no?
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With the EG SI HATCH trailing arms i got, I have to replace the exisiting ebrake cables on it with cables from an EG SEDAN or a 94-01 TEG?
Yes the eg sedan e-brake lines should work, but the integra cables are not bolt-on, very minor work with mounting is needed.

i'm surprised no one else has chimed in on this because there should be alot of people who have done this before
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k tried it aniways LOL
now i gots no ebrake cus the damn hatch was less than an inch too short.
muthafuggass
thanks for the advice...
im gunna go get sedan ebrake cables tmrw lol

in which case, how minor is the very minor work with mounting teg ebrake lines?
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