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Ive had this car for years and havent made one pull on it, one thing after another.

1.)I currently have a 374hp D16z6, I need new axles (again) and have 1994 Integra front brake calipers. Do I need need spindles or hubs to put these on?

2.)Are there any decently affordable higher performance axles?(300-500whp)

Thanks your positive feedback is appreciated.
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I would rather stick with the stock shafts, they're easier to replace then the gearbox. Learn how to preload from a dig.

When it comes to brakes, it all depends on what chassis you have. I'm gonna assume you have a '92-'95 civic. The calipers will fit if your rotors if they messure 10.3" in diameter (found in the EX models) Integra brakes are superior then those found on civics.
 

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The long axle is two for two now. And I swear im not dogging the S41# out of it. I just dont know what to do. Really want it done for spring, so i can hurry up and paint her. The first (AXLE) one I bought the car I had to dig out and replace differential and internal gears. It was torture...
 

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OK, will do. I already have some aftermarket traction bar for the apron towers, nothing name brand. First move will be with those bushings and motor mounts before I move onto the brake and axle predicament. Thanks again. >BeerDrinkin, cervan, AJAY, and slo_eG8. Will update if I ever get any of this done.
 

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if your still dead set on getting a set of better axles, gator axles supposedly are really good. however your going to pay for that green magic.
 
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