Ek9 5 stud on to civic coupe


eco.vtec

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After getting all bits I need for engine conversion now going to 5 stud it put civic type r wheels on it .is it handy done
 


ctrsam

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My old coop had a 5 stud conversion. Not a very common thing to be done


 




Brady-dc2

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Ye it's easy done, bolt off bolt on.. Make sure you get handbrake cables and rear brake lines if your car has drums on the back as there different.. Might need to change the master cylinder to a bigger one aswell

Best off to get ek9 or uk spec dc2 5 stud conversion aswell easier to get driveshafts.

Jdm 98 spec use a bigger cv joint..
 


eamon EK9

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Hi there, yeah its pitty handy done,
all parts u need is: front type r hubs, rear trailing arms, rearbrake hoses(they fit ur brake pipes fine), handbrake cables, also a brake servo & master cyclinder(1"), dont forget ul need a 5 stud spare wheel:nice:

bit of advice make they are notn missing from cailpers (handbrake cable brakets)
also if u go for 98 interga hubs u will need drive shafts.
 



ej0513

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hub adapters dont change your brake disk size. swap out the trailing arm and front knuckle. hardest part is doing the e-brake cables.
 



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