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Xavier

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If you are using Integra swap parts use the Integra MC, booster and proportioning valve.

 

If you are using SI swap parts the MC, booster and proportioning valve should not need to be replaced. SI brakes are a hair smaller and your originals should work fine.

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If you are using Integra swap parts use the Integra MC, booster and proportioning valve.

 

If you are using SI swap parts the MC, booster and proportioning valve should not need to be replaced. SI brakes are a hair smaller and your originals should work fine.

 

i was told that it was not necessary to change the master cylinder on my civic, that the only thing that needed to be changed was the propotioning valve!!!????

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If you are using Integra swap parts use the Integra MC, booster and proportioning valve.

 

If you are using SI swap parts the MC, booster and proportioning valve should not need to be replaced. SI brakes are a hair smaller and your originals should work fine.

 

The answer to your question is already here.

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