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95 Teg brake setup on 97 CX

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95 Teg brake setup on 97 CX

OK I know there are a bunch of threads about this but I can't seem to find any that dispel or prove any of the rumors about this that I have heard.

Here is the situation I have a 95 teg full suspension and brake set up all of it and I want to install on my 97 CX with a B18b swap.

Questions;
1/ Can I put the front and/or rear sway bars on my hatch without massive modification? And would it be worth it.
2/ Front brake swap I have heard I should use the civic UCA and teg LCA, but I have read that I should just use the stock set up and bolt on the teg caliper mount on my stock spindle and use the teg rotors, caliper and pads. Which is the correct way, and I would guess it would depend on the sway bar question.
3/The rear conversion sounds fairly straight forward but for 2 different stories, which is the best way to go, teg trailing arms and brakes or civic trailing arms with the teg hubs and brakes?
4/ I have been told I need the teg prop valve, but read that the teg and civic use the same prop valve is this still true with my CX since it comes factory with the smaller front disks.

Any answers, advice or links to a good DIY write up would be very helpful. As I said I have searched here and on Honda Tech and ended up more confused then when I started.

Thanks in advance.
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