^ He's got it. I am doing a "Dave" and am transplanting the front horns and mounts from the front of one integra into the hatch of another...
Any idea if the rear rotor dimensions of the TL/legend match those of the front rotor of a type R or a 4lug integra?Could you use the TL/Legend calipers from the rear? I'm not sure if the rears can be utilized but 'I've seen people use them on the front. A machined bracket may be all you need.
So it appears that the ITR front rotor is:
Double check your state's regulations on this. Many stipulate that the car can not be used as regular transportation, and that it should only be driven to shows/exhibits, or as part of a parade, tour, or club event.Historic basically means no inspections. Just registration if the car is 20 years old or older with an annual mileage limit of 5,000 miles.
You're correct. Luckily, I was on the SEMA panel for the state of MD protecting historic tags. Their main concern is the damage to the environment caused by cars operating with crappy emissions controls over extended mileages.Double check your state's regulations on this. Many stipulate that the car can not be used as regular transportation, and that it should only be driven to shows/exhibits, or as part of a parade, tour, or club event.
Look at these. Pretty typical stuff on an NSX.If I am thinking of your idea correctly you're saying keep the OEM front brake as the hydraulic, pedal affected stopping power and then have a separate OEM rear caliper without the hydraulic line hooked up, but, rather, just have the handbrake cables hooked up, right?
This could work!