i need a brake..part II
hey guys. some more questions about brakes. to some, HIT THE SEARCH NEWB, to others, WOW, I NEVER KNEW THAT?
okay, would changing the upper A-arm from an EK to a DC2 change the geometry of the suspension? the EK upper A-arm mounts horizontally, while the DC2 mounts vertically through the top. the EK's come with the holes predrilled for the verticle mount, but is covered with rubber grommets.
1.) would this change the setup as far as camber, toe..blah, blah.
2.) any benefits of doing this?
3.) is it worth changing the lower A-arm?
4.) is it true that i need the e-brake cables from an SI and i can't use the integ?
5.) can i place integra badges all over the place after i'm done with the brake swap?
thanks in advance..
just do it mofo!
talk to inspy about the rear, i think you can reuse your stock ebrake cable but im probably wrong
also put a dohc badges and the dohc vtec badge on your car
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You shouldn't need to change the A-arms, just bolt the DC2 knuckles to your existing ones. As for the lower LCA's, the 6th gen CX/DX/LX front LCA's did not have mounting points for a swaybar. If you have GSR front LCA's, I would try to fit those, since you'd be able to add a swaybar later on. I'm not sure on the fitment between EK and DC front LCA's, so eyeball it, and see if it looks like it'll work. Your stock parking brake cables will not work with rear discs. You can use the DC parking brake cables. I've been running GSR parking brake cables for 3 years with no problems.
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