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    DC5S Brake Upgrade, Exhaust info & WTB select parts

    Hey guys, firstly im interested in a set of JDM DC5-R front brake calipers (brembo)
    Just want to know is this a direct bolt on for my AUDM -S? if not what needs to be done?

    Ive got the car pretty much ready to go for k-pro, full exhaust, inlet manifold, throttle body and injen CAI
    now the extractors/cat is from a ep3-R, is it worth upgrading the cat before k-pro or not?




    And im after a few bits and bobs
    Rear plastic parcel shelf (dc5)
    Primary 02 sensor -S
    and
    Drivers side window strip (dc5)

    any info is apreciated, cheers guys
    jdmEG5: Will u take 2 ounces of weed +$500 your way? I'm not kidding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zco View Post
    i thought this might be helpful for a few members on this forum
    i believe this member is also apart of ozhonda.. maybe theres a link already posted that im not aware of..

    taken from this link
    http://forums.clubitr.com.au/showthr...ghlight=brembo

    If you thought JDM Brembo conversion required the whole DC5R driveline, you are sadly mistaken!
    It didn't make sense to me why people had to change the entire knuckle, LCA, driveshafts etc. to do this. Then I heard that the problem was simply that the Brembo calipers centre line was some 7.5mm further out than ADM DC5/EP3/FN2/AP1 calipers. If that was all, how hard can it be? I sourced some DC5R Brembos for a decent price, and bolted it up. The standard brake lines and caliper bolts fitted with no hassle at all! and surely enough the ADM DC5/EP3/FN2 rotors were sitting too far inside by 7.5mm. At first I fabricated some 7.5mm spacers and that fitted fine before I realised that S2000 rotors have exactly 7.5mm less offset than ADM DC5/EP3/FN2 rotors.

    So out I go to source some cheap S2000 rotors. When they came I trial fitted them on some spare DC5 knuckles and woohoo perfect fit, then I bolted it them up to my FN2, another perfect fit! The only downside to this install is you need quite an agressive offset wheel to clear the Brembo Caliper, I'm using 18*7.5 +30 and 17*8 +38 wheels to clear the caliper.
    be sure to read the responses in that thread.. quite abit of useful information

    and ofcourse, i have a set of these brembo's for sale if anyone wants.. lol


    http://www.ozhonda.com/forum/showthread.php?t=100909
    5char

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    1. http://lmgtfy.com/?q=dc5r+brembo+to+dc5s
    2. Scroll down and read some of the links.
    3. http://forums.clubrsx.com/showthread.php?t=755104
    4. ????
    5. Profit!

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    Much appreciated mate, ive only just put new rotors on too. il price the rotors, pads and brakes all together and see how the pricing is. i think my wheels will clear them but if not might just space them like mentioned.
    Last edited by Alexplicit; 20-06-2013 at 02:56 PM.
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    Speed is a matter of money... How fast can you AFFORD to go?

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