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    #91
    whats the equivalent of the 98 Acura CL 2.3?
    we done have acura here in new zealand


    Id rather lose by a mile because I built my own car, than win by an inch because someone else built it for me. Your car is your story, so dont let someone else write the book.
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      #92
      So far I don't think anything has been proven to work as a substitute. You could get the front knuckles from a '98-'02 Accord 4-cylinder and use the outer CV joints to solve the spline diameter issue. I wouldn't bother with that, though. I'd just look into a 5-lug swap with Odyssey parts if anything.
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        #93
        Originally posted by Jarrett View Post
        So far I don't think anything has been proven to work as a substitute. You could get the front knuckles from a '98-'02 Accord 4-cylinder and use the outer CV joints to solve the spline diameter issue. I wouldn't bother with that, though. I'd just look into a 5-lug swap with Odyssey parts if anything.
        wait...is the Acura cl 2.3 the same as the Honda Accord CL chassis? because we have those here. the Euro R came in the Cl chassis...Accord Torneo and the Euro R Torneo


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          #94
          It would be up to you to compare part numbers of the hubs between it and the US 2.3CL because we have no way of knowing.
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            #95
            what year prelude does the 23T brackets come out of? we dont go by those numbers here..is the 97 lude or BB6
            calipers and brackets what i need?


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              #96
              For Preludes, you got them starting in '92 on the VTEC model. After '97 all Preludes had them.
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                #97
                Out of curiosity, are the knuckles interchangeable from the 2.3CL to the Accord? Ever since I did my conversion my right wheel bearing goes bad in a matter of weeks. I'm thinking I may have damaged my knuckle when I pressed out the original bearing. To be able to just grab the entire assembly from a junkyard would kill two birds with one stone.

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                  #98
                  Yes, you can, though it's effectively the same knuckle. The only difference is that Honda did away with the mounting provisions for the dust cap over the upper ball joint.
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                    #99
                    Bringing this back because I decided to stay 4-lug and will be doing this at some point... why is the CB9 front caliper combined with the CB7 23T caliper bracket? Is that a typo; doesn't the wagon caliper require the wagon bracket?

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                    • frohawker
                      frohawker commented
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                      the 23T/25T bracket is in relation to a 23mm or 25mm thick rotor.
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