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clutch cable info(length of stock vs integra for b swap efs)
« on: March 13, 2013, 04:24:45 pm »
ill be covering how to replace a broken or worn clutch cable and also finally killing off the which is better for my ef clutch cable question.


first off ive always heard use the 1990-93 integra clutch cable and speedo cable if your stock one in your ef ever breaks cause its longer. well here are some specs from autozone as ive been shopping for a new one included are part numbers and prices as of        3-13-2013


1990 honda civic wagon rt 4wd  61.50"long  part number CA-507--28.99

1990 honda civic sedan/ wagon  61.417"long  part number CA-514--32.99

1990 acura integra  39.75"long part number CA-660 -- 35.99


so as you can see the wagovan actually has the longest!  ill be updating this thread with pictures of the how to install and remove once i get mine in tomorrow im currently using the base civic wagon/sedan one in my car now i ordered a integra one as well as the rt4wd wagon one so basically i can do a side by side compariso n of all of them so you can see the differenc e



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