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rsx 5 bolt conversion. whats needed?

Old 13-Jul-2007, 09:05 PM
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rsx 5 bolt conversion. whats needed?

hey just wanna know what is needed to put rsx 5 bolt setup on a civic/integra

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Old 13-Jul-2007, 10:41 PM
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a simple google search found this

http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1513752
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Old 14-Jul-2007, 12:37 AM
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i cant go on Honda-tech for some reason. i made a new username and my existing username was still logged in on my computer and now when i try to log out from my old username it says ive been logged out then it wont let me go to any forums cause it says u must be logged in. trust me ive searched on google and the only things that come up is honda-tech posts. so please help me out and either just tell me or copy+paste the whole main part of the thread.

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Old 14-Jul-2007, 11:51 AM
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Did you try deleting your net browser cookies, temp files, etc., ?
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how do i do that? i think if i dont go on Honda-Tech for a certain period of time if automatically logs me off the site? but i waited like 15 days and tried to go on and log off my old account and wont let me AGAIN. ****. how do i delete the browser cookies and temp files? like do i need to change the address thing so the site dont remember me? **** its really pissing me off
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looks like theres a way to swap the brakes over, but i doubt you can use the spindles seeing as how the fronts are meant to be bolted up to a mcpherson strut.
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Typically, you need the 5 studs hub (provided the axle size fits, 32mm or 36mm), caliper, rotor that corresponds to the caliper size, and that's it I believe. These are the basic elements to make you go either 4 or 5 lugs with larger calipers.

I believe you want RSX because of Brembo calipers? You could retain stock EX DX knuckle and get an adaptor to fit the caliper. Or find out if Si/SiR knuckle will accept Brembo caliper, since it accepts ITR, CTR, NSX... etc.

The hardware isn't the difficulty part; it is the brake effect that matters. You want a brake system that you can modulate, not an on/off system. Bling is cool, but function tops it all.
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