integra front on 92 civic

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  1. TheGuy

    TheGuy New Member

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    ok so I've crawled all over teh web and couldn't find anything...

    Anybody know if I can put a 94+ integra front on my 92 civic hb ?
    It's probably not bolt-on but what would I need to do? Just move the rad support?
    If any of you can enlighten me it would be greatly appreciated... and if you have any links to sites with extra info that'd be great too :bigthumb:
     
  2. U Think U Know

    U Think U Know OT Supporter

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    There's a guy going to the same college as I do that has done what you're talking about. Next time I see him I'll ask for ya if I remember. He repainted his hatch to EBP and I think it has and ITR motor in there.
     
  3. TheGuy

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    sounds like a nice ride...
    thanks u for the effort!
     
  4. chimmike

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    whatever ya do, it'll still be a civic that wants to be an integra.
     
  5. TheGuy

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    no, it'll be a DIFFERENT civic
     
  6. matt_c

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    a different civic? LOL! good luck with that
     
  7. chimmike

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    thats what I was thinking. Everything that's possible to do to civics has been done................
     
  8. Short Bus

    Short Bus Beep beep!

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    I dunno... I think the Integra front end looks better. Might end up making the car look a lot better.
     
  9. TheGuy

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    I'm not saying it's never been done!!
    I like the way it looks and it hasn't been done very much has it?

    IB altezza's haven't been done much
     
  10. JLockheed

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    Its actually been done quite a few times, and i think it looks really good on coups. The 5th gen civic and the 94-97 integra are on the same chassis so most of the stuff actually bolts, i dont remember excatly (i was gonna do it but then i got an accord) but i think the main part is the fenders. You have to cut the integra and civic fenders and then weld/ fiberglass them so that the civic back half is matched up with the teg front ones.
     
  11. Matt-AWD

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    actually, the teg fenders *should* work on the civic.

    you need this from the teggy:

    hood, fenders, radiator support, lights, miscleanious front end shit, and i think thats it.

    they dont really like stuff like this, but try out www.honda-tech.com they're THE best honda technical site there is. Bisi with his 1.5 liter crx that runs high 10's all motor is on there. there are quite a few 11 sec. daily drivers on there too.

    DONT go in a post a bunch of questions without searching, and look at the site before you post. i'd hate to see a new user get flamed :)
     

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