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Old 03-31-2010, 09:25 AM   #81
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what would be needed to make this work? or is it better to use a different option?
WAY BETTER to go with a different option.....

I have the 98 TL 5 lug stuff on the side of my house still with an extra set of rotors and extra set of lude rear calipers and complete ebrake cables.... you will need the lude hubs to make this sit correct. I would be willing to sell them to you if you want them just hit me up PM as I dont want this thread to become a for sale thread. I even have a box full of spare parts to send with it.
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Old 03-31-2010, 11:02 AM   #82
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WAY BETTER to go with a different option.....

I have the 98 TL 5 lug stuff on the side of my house still with an extra set of rotors and extra set of lude rear calipers and complete ebrake cables.... you will need the lude hubs to make this sit correct. I would be willing to sell them to you if you want them just hit me up PM as I dont want this thread to become a for sale thread. I even have a box full of spare parts to send with it.
thanks, it will still be some time before i go this route, was just curious. kinda was hoping it would work, but whatever is a better option.
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Old 04-08-2010, 03:40 PM   #83
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Yes the fitment is smooth as butter on the crv drum with the prelude hub on the cb rear spindle assembly.... Do you remember how you can not tighten the nut down as far as the other ones go down just like on the 5 lug disk conversion so you can real stake it? I mean it goes down far enough to stake it...just not like the cb one.....

The reason for this is the depth of the lude rear hub is less shallow- only allowing it to be tightened down so far.... The oasis/ Oddy rear hub has the deeper seat and allows it to be seated further down the threads and allows for it to be staked like the CB on the spindle.

Does that make sense?
yes it does but mine went down nicely
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Old 04-09-2010, 11:32 PM   #84
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yes it does but mine went down nicely
Yeah it definitely still works fine.

Btw- I did verify another v6 swap front spindle on my ce1. I am pretty happy about my find.
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Old 04-10-2010, 12:46 AM   #85
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Yeah it definitely still works fine.

Btw- I did verify another v6 swap front spindle on my ce1. I am pretty happy about my find.
what was it
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Old 04-10-2010, 12:59 AM   #86
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rear drum done

here is my finished drum 5 lug

the front

my beast

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Old 05-23-2010, 02:06 AM   #87
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Does that make sense?
it makes great sense.

BUT

you say the oddy rear hub fits better because you can thread the nut on further. which make sense. BUT could you use the ITR rear discs with these hubs, like you can with the lude hubs. it shouldn't matter correct?

considering the only thing you say is different is the depth of the nut seat.
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Old 05-23-2010, 08:20 PM   #88
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The 97-99 TL 5 lug CAN be used but you have the change the hub to the LUDE hub because the TL hub sits out further creating an offset if you will that sticks out almost 1" from the fender...

I'm a little confused here, it's this info for the 5 lug drum or disc???? 97-99 TL???

this is what i found on Acura Models

97-99 CL 4 Lug
95-98 TL 5 Lug
99-03 TL 5 Lug

I probably misunderstood , you can correct me if im wrong.
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Old 07-15-2010, 09:10 PM   #89
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THIS THREAD WAS TITLED DIFFERENTLY ORIGINALLY...... AND IS TITLED COMPLETELY WRONG NOW-

THE THREAD HAS INFO REGARDING USING A 6th GEN ACCORD FRONT SPINDLE AND OR TL FRONT SPINDLE WITH THE S5 STAMP ON THE INSIDE OF THE DUST SHIELD

This thread is VERY MUCH ALSO about rear DRUM 5 lug conversion USING CRV parts and or

REAR DISC SWAP - using 98+TL REAR disk parts.....

SOMEONE PLEASE FIX THIS.... AS THE THREAD TITLE IS NOT EXACTLY TRUE OR DESCRIPTIVE

ORIGINAL TITLE WAS CALLED "5 LUG CONVERSION THE ALL NEW WAY" or something similar- Just needs to be more than 6th gen accord- cause that is not all that is there or even accurate.

Someone has already asked where bobbycos got the 5 lug rear drum from and it was directed wrong.

Just trying to help with my findings.
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Old 07-16-2010, 12:17 AM   #90
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so i have a 92 ex with abs rear disk, in order for me to go 5 lug REAR DISK still.... i need to use 98+TL REAR disk parts..... to keep rear disk? what all part for rear disk do i need off the TL's? hub? rotors? calipers?
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This is one of my favorite right ups. Good jod da9b16!
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Old 07-15-2011, 10:42 AM   #92
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da9b16 I did my whole front end using the 01 v6 knuckles and im lowered on koni yellow+neuspeed sport and im having issues with the knuckle rubbing on the springs...are you or anyone else having a similar issue? I made a thread of how to minimize/completely stop it
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Old 07-15-2011, 03:24 PM   #93
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da9b16 I did my whole front end using the 01 v6 knuckles and im lowered on koni yellow+neuspeed sport and im having issues with the knuckle rubbing on the springs...are you or anyone else having a similar issue? I made a thread of how to minimize/completely stop it
Do you have a camber kit?
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Do you have a camber kit?
No, im pretty sure that will eliminate the issue. I havent gotten a camber kit due to the hassle of finding someone to do the alignment, none of the local shops wants to touch my car if i get a camber kit
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That is weird

Are your UCAs new?
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This is probably in here somewhere but im lazy and didnt read all posts.

Are the '00 v6 Accord calipers the same or equivalant to VTEC calipers?
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This is probably in here somewhere but im lazy and didnt read all posts.

Are the '00 v6 Accord calipers the same or equivalant to VTEC calipers?

i don't know about the equality but

if you scroll up and look at the pics of my front wheel you will see where i used the 02 TL bracket with the 90 Accord caliper, all worked nice
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That is weird

Are your UCAs new?
Nope. same old UCA. I just recently installed the energy suspension kit, grinded the back side of the knuckle and still kinda feels like it grinds... i painted the area i grinded so if i see clean metal ill know its still doing it.

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This is probably in here somewhere but im lazy and didnt read all posts.

Are the '00 v6 Accord calipers the same or equivalant to VTEC calipers?
Hmm...

01 EX V6 Part# C9476
01 EX Vtec Part# C8101

Im guessing no.
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Old 07-18-2011, 01:33 AM   #99
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Hmm...

01 EX V6 Part# C9476
01 EX Vtec Part# C8101

Im guessing no.
I didnt mean are they Exactly the same.

Ok, how about this.
Will the '00 Accord v6 calipers provide similar performance capabilities in comparison to the VTEC calipers?
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Old 07-24-2011, 10:01 PM   #100
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I didnt mean are they Exactly the same.

Ok, how about this.
Will the '00 Accord v6 calipers provide similar performance capabilities in comparison to the VTEC calipers?
I believe their the same design (mechanically) but the V6 might have a slightly bigger rotor and caliper. If you want better performance Ive heard of members using the Acura Legend calipers witch uses dual pistons
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