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post #29 of 41 (permalink) Old 08-04-2012, 08:06 AM
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Any updates? Did you complete the project? A final write up with a complete parts list would be amazing as well as a cost total. Very interested in doing this so ill know I have all brand new parts for less than an unknown mileage jdm swap.


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Yes it is complete but I only have a 100 track miles on it, had some issue with the car, and like everything else it is only taking a year to get a harness made correctly for the car.

Will make a write up once I have around 1000miles on them.

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Awesome! Can't wait to hear more.... Thanks for the reply.


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Great thread, always wanted the 5 lug for wheel selection and this is the most affordable way imo plus I don't mind keeping stock axles. Please let me know how everything worked out, pretty much plug and play right?

Is it necessary to upgrade to itr calipers or is it possible to keep stock calipers?
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I would have no clue on front brake since I have Wilwood in the front, the spacing I believe is different.


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This is a lot of BS to add 1 Lug.

All I want to know is the Precise Year and Make to do 5 lug. If needed Ill buy ITR Spindles and Trailing arms to get the New Honda Wheel Packages that I want. Only reason for 5 Lug.

CRV Front Spindles, and Prelude Trailing arms will work ( YES OR NO ), whats the Years Needed?


DRUM to DISC BRAKE CONVERSION - 4 Lug
EG style CIVIC / Use 94-01 Integra Rear Trailing for DISC Brake Conversion if in a 2D you need 2D E Brake Cable. If in a Eg8 Sedan you need a E-Brake Cable from a 4 Dr TEG.

Crx I believe you can use 94-01 Teg trailing also but to be safe use the 90-93 Integra Rear Disc for sure. Lower Control Arms for the CRX and EG Style Civic are the same Length so if on ebay and they dont have your color search Teg and Civic LCA's.

EK Civic the Teg Rear Disc will work also but you needed EK Trailing Arms since Teg trailing arms are shorter in length. E Brake Cable I havent had the chance to Fit Test to give a answer. I would assume 4dr cables for 4dr and 2dr cables for 2 dr and hatch.
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Oh Gotcha, i was always wondering if people did 5 lug conversions just to be like "hey bro check it out i got 5 lugs... Ooooooooo" haha


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This is a lot of BS to add 1 Lug.
We seem to have found one
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I'm about to purchase everything to convert the rear. The Prelude hubs (NT512144), the Mazda Spindle nut (103-0519) and a pair of used RSX rear calipers. Everything should be bolt on am I right?
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just did this swap. the 97 prelude axles didnt work there was no room for them to move side to side. i had to use 97 odyssey axles and swapped the passenger side inner axle hub with the gsr axle.
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This is an old thread, but just wanted to bring something to the table. Initially this was done to make a wider option pool for the OP's track application.

So keeping that same purpose the center of focus..
Over the past year or two, 949 Racing has introduced some good wheel sizes (this is "carry over" info I found over in Miata world). But 15 X 7, X 8, X 9, and even X 10, in a numerous variety of offsets are available in the 4 x 100 lug pattern 6UL wheel. I can't fathom why you need wider than a 10 inch wheel as well. 15" diameter keeps these wheels very light as well.
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Hey did you get to finish this job? What rotor did u end up using for the front?
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Why with all this mix match stuff? I Did the 5 lug conversion back in 2003 or 2004 with straight ITR. Did not use the ITR LCA for 4 years till I put in the ITR LCA. The only difference with the ITR LCA is you have to use ITR rear struts. I also have ITR axles. I did this on an Automatic (JDM SIR-G transmission).

About time I can now apply for Historic Tags for my GS/VTEC Automatic and no more SMOG
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