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  • 2001 tiburon rear calipars
  • 2001 Tiburon rear brake lines
  • 2002 Honda civic rear rotors, needs to have center hole bored out
  • 2001 Tburon rear brake pads
  • 8 short bolts 4 long and 4 lock washers
  • 2 Custom made brakets
  • 2 calipar bolts that attach lines to calipars it they don't come with the calipars
Step 1
Remove all stock rear drum parts, making sure to save lockwashes off of dust sheild, and hub
Remove brake line from drum pistons and cap with 1/8 cap.

Step 2
Attach bracket using the 4 small bolts and the 4 lockwashers from the back sheild of the drum brakes.

Step 3
Put on hub and tourqu hub bolt to 85 foot pounds
Attach non movable part of the calipar the the bracket using the 2 longer bolts and disk from civic.
Put dust cap back onto hub

Step 4
Remove shims and install pads onto non moveable pads

Step 5
Bolt banjo end of brake lines to calipar using the calipar bolts and copper washers supplied with brake lines

Step 6
Remove old brake line from steel line and then attach new Tiburon lines.

Step 7
Attach calipar to non moveable part.

Step 8
Do other side

Step 9
Refill brake reservoir to max fill line
Bleed brakes one at a time
Top off brake reservoir

Step 10
Put wheels back on and your done :)


Tips
If you tap all the holes it makes the bolts go in easier
Paint always adds a nice touch
Since im from Canada my car is metric, and the bolts i used were 10M x 1.25 x 30mm for the small bolts and 10M x 1.25 x 40mm or 45mm
I still have the pattern for the brakets if you want to buy the brackets insted of making your own.
There is a clip on the E-brake cable that holds it to the stock shield
If you do one side at a time then you only need to buy one cap
I do have some more pictures im just not sure how to put them on

All important keep happy thoughts :) :) :)
 

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Cool, how well does it work? Im in the process of figuring all this out. I want rear discs!!

Id like to see alot more pics
 

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It works great!!! There is not much difference in braking power, but i only wanted to do if for style and ease so i dont care much about that
 

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i'll take a copy of that pattern unless your gonna make more brackets and sell them
 

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i'll take a copy of that pattern unless your gonna make more brackets and sell them
ditto...mine as well try making more and selling them...
 
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