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  1. Shadow1
    12-10-2009 05:54 PM
    yep. if you shop around(check out the classifieds, craigslist, and even ebay), the upgrade should cost you this:

    Wagon rotors:$50-57

    Wagon calipers/brackets:$60/ea.(might be able to find a jy or someone parting out a wagon. PM ncoutlaw. he's parting out a wagon. get him now while you can.)

    rear disc brakes-
    whole swap(rear hubs and all):$75-$100 from a private seller or jy
    rotors:$50 for both
    pads: $35-40
  2. Vila
    12-08-2009 06:12 PM
    the slotted for the rears sound good, but would that be worth it at all? lol. And yea, your right. I'm not really too focused on the rears, just thought it'd be nice to upgrade. I would probably prefer the slotted wagon rotors up front then the rears, and yea I wouldn't doubt they cost more. I'm pretty much the same way, minus the racer part, I'm going for just a clean overall car with all the goodies from suspension, to everything. New wagon rotors up front sound good to me now.
  3. Shadow1
    12-08-2009 06:05 PM
    well what you can do is get some wagon rotors and calipers for the front then get some slotted rotors for the rear or vise-versa. the rears dont really need to be upgraded. like me. i only got the rear disc brake conversion. i dont plan on getting anything else done to the brakes back there. the front is where the main braking takes place.

    what i thought about doing is getting some slotted wagon rotors for the front. but again, it'll cost more. my car is more like a budget racer. lol. looks good. handles well but can still go at WOT when needed and give the competition a match.
  4. Vila
    12-08-2009 05:59 PM
    yea, but I don't think I'll be doing much course racing at all, I just wanna upgrade the rears if I upgrade the front, but if the rears are the same size, then I think I'll just leave it see what is available to upgrade to later down the road, and I'll just go with what you said, and just upgrade the front for now. Honestly don't plan on spending $300-$400 if I don't course race at all.
  5. Shadow1
    12-08-2009 05:48 PM
    lol. well there is a bigger rear disc brake but you have to get it for an Integra and you have to re-drill the holes for it. then get the bracket modified. all in all, its like $300-$400. unless you plan on doing course racing then theres no point to spending that much money.
  6. Vila
    12-08-2009 05:39 PM
    haha, oh alright, my bad dude, thought you meant you did another disc brake conversion in the rear. I feel stupid now. lol.
  7. Shadow1
    12-08-2009 05:31 PM
    no silly. lol. you can only do the wagon rotor upgrade for the front. the wagon rotors in the rear are the same size on the sedan and coupe anyway. its the front that get the upgrade.

    i said before that i said i had did the rear disc brake conversion.
  8. Vila
    12-08-2009 05:26 PM
    oh alright, so you can still do the wagon rotor setup in the rear, along with the vigor calipers?
  9. Shadow1
    12-08-2009 04:41 PM
    its no problem man. ask any questions you need i already put disc brakes on the rear. i WANT bigger rotors for the rear but it would cost too much being that id have to get rotors for an BBK for an Integra. that would cost $300+.
  10. Vila
    12-08-2009 04:27 PM
    not bad, I think that's a good upgrade for that price, I'm still thinking on investing in this. But, I'm sure I wouldn't go no lower than 15's, that would look straight tacky on Cb's I think. So, your swapping the rear also? Sorry for asking so much man. I'm just curious.

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