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Old 02-28-2002   #1
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AEM Rear Disc Conversion???

Does anyone know if or when the AEM Rear Disc Conversion kit for us will be out. I tried searching the forum, but couldn't find anything on it. I really want to get it, It would make my wheels look alot better with 4 discs. please help me out. Laterz

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i don't know when it will be out but I think they're gonna run a good $1000, i remember seeing it somewhere but i don't remember where i saw it [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG] (AEM website??)


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29-500 Big Brake Kit Front
29-800 Big Brake Conversion Rear
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<< 29-800 Big Brake Conversion Rear >>


no it is not. there is not even a part number for the rear disc conversion.
that 29-800 is for the Four Piston Caliper Big Rotor Brake Kit.
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anyone kno if the 6gen aem rear disc conversion found in modacar.com ,,,can work for our cars?
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A couple months ago there was a godfather customs ad in import 2nr and it showed it for our cars and it said a whoppin $2,499. If they are out theres no way I'm payin that much.
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i think i saw em on nopi.com or modacar.com
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I recently inquired about it with AEM and I was told the only one available right now is for the 92-00 EX (Soon) and 99-00 Si.
But they do have plans to release it they are working on it. I want to do all 4 at the same time though so I'm gonna hold off
on the big brake kit for the front. They are kind of expensive though
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Your gonna spend $1500 for rear discs to make your wheels look better???


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hey people pay alot for rimz and tirez
the breaks u can see through em
so if u got bucks and u want style its not that far fetched an idea
but 2500 is a lil ridiculous hahaha
i ve see the front disc kit sell for bout 750 canadian though so it aint that bad
hopefully the rear will be a more decent price
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Wait until you find a wrecked new SI in a junkyard... take off rear brakes and put on your car. Will work perfectly. Or you can just order from Honda, but expect around $1300 for that.
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Honda Civic sold in Asia/Australia has stock rear disc brakes. Check this out

http://www.honda.com.au/showroom/civic/sedan/specifications/chassis.htm

Maybe we can import from those region?
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Damn, that's good information. . .Anyone know where to get austrailian honda parts?[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG]
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North Beach Honda, North Beach, Western Australia. I'm bringing parts back with me when I fly back there this summer, but I'm sure they'll ship internationally. With export taxes though, you're probably better off just getting some rear SI brakes and putting them on, unless you're already going to AU for some reason like I am. It's the exact same thing (I checked the part numbers).
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Sorry, it's Honda North now of Osbourne Park... forgot the dealership moved a little bit ago. If you need contact numbers or addresses, just let me know, I have all their info.
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Canadian Acura 1.7 EL's have rear disc brakes too. They are US EX sedan Civics with a different bumper. Would probably be a little easier to get parts from Canada then from Australia.
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