Brake Upgrade Options

Discussion in 'Suspension, Brakes, Wheels, and Tires' started by SykVSyx, Mar 18, 2013.

  1. SoCalAccord2000

    SoCalAccord2000 Well-Known Member

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    i have the GS upgrade bolt on, i could tell the difference in stopping power compared to stock v6. for RL/TL you need richies bracket or custom ones like redryder said
     
  2. SykVSyx

    SykVSyx Well-Known Member

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    I forgot about this thread, I did update the info about the brackets for the RL calipers and the Honda Pilot rear rotors.

    I need to get the complete info for the 350Z rotors(Brembo), as those are what go with the RL caliper upgrade.

    Same with the Pilot rear rotors.
     
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    fyi, the dual piston legend calipers also came on the legend coupes
     
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    Updated.

    Thanks, Jonathan.
     
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    I was just doing a little bit of research about the 1999 cl v6 brakes and I think it is a go.

    accord 4cyl front brakes.
    Part Number: 31243
    Weight: 10.6 lbs
    Warranty: 2 YR
    Notes: Rotor onlyRecommend replacement in pairs.
    Bolt Pattern Diameter (mm): 114.3
    Drilled: No
    Lug Stud / Bolt Count: 4
    Package Quantity: 1
    Primary Bolt Pattern: 4x114.3 / 4x4.5
    Rotor Bore Diameter (mm): 64.2
    Rotor Directional Format: Non-Directional
    Rotor Discard Thickness (mm): 21.0
    Rotor Initial Thickness (mm): 23.1
    Rotor Material: Iron Alloy
    Rotor Outside Diameter (mm): 260
    Rotor Overall Depth (mm): 47

    1999 acura cl v6 front brakes
    Part Number: 31248
    Weight: 13.01 lbs
    Warranty: 2 YR
    Notes: Rotor onlyRecommend replacement in pairs.
    Bolt Pattern Diameter (mm): 114.3
    Drilled: No
    Lug Stud / Bolt Count: 4
    Package Quantity: 1
    Primary Bolt Pattern: 4x114.3 / 4x4.5
    Rotor Bore Diameter (mm): 64.2
    Rotor Directional Format: Non-Directional
    Rotor Discard Thickness (mm): 21.0
    Rotor Initial Thickness (mm): 23.0
    Rotor Material: Iron Alloy
    Rotor Outside Diameter (mm): 282
    Rotor Overall Depth (mm): 47
     
  6. Anewosis

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    Well just so you guys know I did the cl rotor upgrade with the Honda accord v6 caliper brackets or 98-99 Cl v6 brackets and Odyssey calipers. It all fits nicely in the stock 15in wheels. The car stops very fast and smooth. No fade whatsoever. I would definitely recommend a wheel and tire upgrade to match the braking power. Only modification is to bend the dust cover a little to clear the caliper bracket.
     
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    the 05 to 12 RL calipers
     
  8. REPSOL

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    any one know if the 99-00 TL Brakes would work? went to the local Pick a part and found a couple of them I can yank parts off of. but there was no accord to match it up to. :(
     
  9. DarkSideAccord

    DarkSideAccord nadeshiko fobz ftw..

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    i have the acura legend GS setup for sale :)

    i'm local too
     
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    I would really like to see Knightryders pictures, but they are not available.:confused:
     

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