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Old 05-16-2009, 09:36 AM   #1
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Which setup can be used on a EK. I know the 96 ITR, but can I use the Honda accord?
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Old 05-16-2009, 01:49 PM   #3
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why would you convert from a 4 lug setup to a 4 lug setup
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Dont ask a stupid question. If you dont have the answer then move on.
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dam dude relax, is just a q is not like he said some thing bad, but really y 4wide and not 5?
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Old 06-11-2009, 10:11 PM   #6
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maybe because the guy likes the look of the 4lug itr rims? who knows just give the guy a proper answer, dont answer a question with a question!
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I might not be totally correct, but if the USDM DC2 ITR is the same as the `98 v6 accord, then I would assume you could bolt the accord 4x114 brake setup on the ek.

If you have a choice, I would stay away from the `96 JDM DC2R brakes. I have them on mine and I want to get rid of them. It's basically the same brakes as the GSR, but with a different lug pattern. I have only found one place in the US that sells aftermarket brakes for this useless setup. Everybody has rotors for accords and preludes but not the `96 JDM DC2 ITR spec brakes.

Only reason I have the brakes is because I bought a EK SiR without any brakes on it at all and I needed something to slap on while I'm building the chassis.

Hope I helped.
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Old 06-11-2009, 11:24 PM   #8
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He is not talking about brakes and no you can not use Prelude/Accord hubs.

The only solution besides 96 ITR hubs is

Honda part number
44610-S10-000

from Honda Ev plus. This only works for the front.

You can use Prelude VTEC discs for 96 ITR because they use the same caliper.
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