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Old 01-04-2009, 12:30 PM
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Have a 2000 Civic 1.6L EX 4 door. Can anyone tell me what size rotors my car would have? Someone told me there is two size. Do I have the bigger or the smaller size?

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do you have ABS?
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not sure...its actually daughters car, and it needs new calipers and rotors...Can you tell me if its ABS ( This Size) non-ABS (This size ) thanks!
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some EX's have ABS, some don't
without that information we can't tell you
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Ok it has no ABS
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then it should be the 9.something" size rotor, as opposed to the 10.something" size

lol, sorry for the ".something," I can't remember the exact size off the top of my head but I do know it's the ~9" ones you need
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then it should be the 9.something" size rotor, as opposed to the 10.something" size

lol, sorry for the ".something," I can't remember the exact size off the top of my head but I do know it's the ~9" ones you need
WRONG!
The EX AND SI have the larger rotors 10.2" all other Civic models have the smaller rotors.
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WRONG!
The EX AND SI have the larger rotors 10.2" all other Civic models have the smaller rotors.
my apologies, i had del sol brakes on the mind
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my apologies, i had del sol brakes on the mind
No problem, if they go to AZone, Advance, O'Reilly, NAPA, Carquest, etc. as long as they tell them it's for an EX they will be given the correct ones (10.2"). On the Del Sol the VTEC model has the larger rotors, and the S and Si had the smaller ones. ABS makes no difference because the sensor ring is on the outer CV joint.
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On the Del Sol the VTEC model has the larger rotors.
yea that's what i was thinking about
because the del sol VTEC has ABS and 10.2" rotors i was thinking that
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