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:::{Filioner}::: 2001 SE

Hi Preludezone,

Been lurking this forums for quite some time now, and i decided i might aswell post my canadian prelude.






Engine
H22A5 2,2L DOHC 16V
Injen Air intake

Interior
Leather seats (heated front seats)

Exterior
Depo Headlight
Rusted rear quarter panel

Suspension
Tein SS coilovers
17 inch Akon with Goodyear tires

ICE
Sony Headunit with Satellite radio
Orion speakers but the rear speakers are blown
Also has a sub, its quite old but it does the job

Misc
None

Future mods
New brake in the rear
Timing belt change
Rust repair... maybe...



I did this quite fast, ill update later with more details and more pictures.
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Re: :::{Filioner}::: 2001 SE

I started replacing my rear brakes tonight,

Removed the caliper and the rotors, had to stop since, i needed some brake grease for the caliper, going to get that tomorrow.

This is how she's gonna sit tonight.




Im gonna replace my old brake with EBC black slotted and ebc greenstuff pads.

Here's a picture:
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Good stuff.

Nice foundation ya got there.
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Re: :::{Filioner}::: 2001 SE

Thanks, i had it since 2013 and so far i'm really happy with this car.

I finished driver's side today and started the passenger side, the passenger side will be a bit longer since the old caliper piston is seized, gonna replace it with a remanufactured one.

Driver's side finished


Passenger's side, i've put the old caliper back on after removing the rotor to make it easier to remove the hand brake cable and the brake line which i will do tomorrow.


On a side note the rust did some damage to the rear quarter panels but the more i read about it, it seems most the prelude have rust there, still wondering if i should undertake this repair job or have a professional do it, here are the pics.

Passenger's side


Driver's side, by far the worst side...


Anyway that's all for today.
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Re: :::{Filioner}::: 2001 SE

The rear caliper pistons twist in clockwise, not pressed in like the fronts, just in case that's why you're thinking they're seized. I just recently made that mistake and forced them in.

Those rotors are gonna look nice peeking out from behind the rims!
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Re: :::{Filioner}::: 2001 SE

I tried screwing the piston in and it took me everything to do a 1/4 turn then it wouldnt screw anymore the tool kept slipping.

Both sides are done, that clevis pin that hold the handbrake cable to the caliper was a pain to remove it was rusted to hell but with alot of WD40, hitting with an hammer and prying with pliers, it finally came off.

And yea those rotors looks very good. Gonna take some pics after washing it.

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Bummer they're actually seized. Good job on getting it taken care of though, can't wait to see what it all looks like.
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Re: :::{Filioner}::: 2001 SE

Here's both side finished:

Driver


Passenger


The next thing i will do, is replace the timing belt since it's getting close to 200 000 km. I need to get a crank pulley holder tool before i undertake that task.
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^^ here's one way to get that bolt.

Note: the puller grabber tool/ratchet combo has a segment of pipe touching the ground.
Can't see in pic the pipe on the breaker bar is at least 3' long. Using a 5-6' creates a whole lot more leverage. It's like going from pushing down with a 200# dude to a 900# gorrila.
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Re: :::{Filioner}::: 2001 SE

I don't wanna be a negative nancy or whatev, but I think the slots in the rotors are supposed to go 'towards the front of the car', if that makes sense.. Mine were labeled 'Left' and 'Right' before I installed them, and they're situated like that.

No clue whatsoever if it makes any difference though. Either way, they look nice and aggressive!
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Re: :::{Filioner}::: 2001 SE

Looking at a previous post it looks like the slots on those aim toward the rear. (Note the L on the new one in the pic)

On my car they aim to the rear.
Supposedly the gases vent better that way but some may be designed to vent better slots facing fowrward....I mean, if the L on a new one has the vents forward on brand A while brand Q has 'em backward...call me crazy, but I aint one to argue with little dudes in lab coats.
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Ya, sounds like it will be fun to remove that crank pulley bolt. I might try to get a shop to do it for me or find someone with a compressor and a good impact.

And to add to bykfixer post, here's what i found on the internet:



"For slotted rotors with straight internal cooling vanes, the direction of the slots is totally up to you and what you think looks best. In this case, there is no wrong answer." -How to properly install plain, slotted, or drilled brake rotors

Anyway, i installed it the way, they were labeled.
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Alrighty then, there we go haha!
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Re: :::{Filioner}::: 2001 SE

A trick getting the flywheel crank bolt out is to brace the breaker bar on a jack stand so when you apply force it doesn't twist.

Like in this picture.
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^^ makes sense, good tip.
keeps the extension in a nice straight line.
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