Check this forum: http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1427790
. The design of the front brakes is exactly the same for all of the Accords 90-97.
Doing it yourself: the toughest part is loosening the axle nuts (I personally broke 2 braker bars) and disconnecting ball joints (5 ton puller works good). But with the right tools it is not too bad. And actually there is no need for a hydraulic press. I've done it myself without it. Check this link http://www.geocities.com/vladi...1.pdf
- I followed it and it worked. The only difference is I had to remove the knuckle complely and I used regular hammer.
Totally I spent 7 hours, but this included two trips to the parts store to get new breaker bars. If you know how to do it - it will take about 3-4 hours, if you don't - 5-6. This is my personal opinion. I'm not trying to be Honda super specialist
Doing it in a repair shop - you will be charged at least $200, I've seen invoice for rotor replacement on my Accord 96 from the previous owner - $300, and max I've seen was $400.
The job is tough, but not a complete disaster.
It is also possible to turn them, but because of the desing of the brakes, it can be done only right on the car. I choose replacing the rotors. The brakes work great since then, even better than on my newer Accord 96.