Disc Brake Conversion

Asked by Aug 26, 2009 at 12:44 PM about the 1993 Subaru Loyale 4 Dr STD 4WD Wagon

Question type: Car Customization

So I am starting a project subaru.

'93 sub loyal
'91-94 ej22t power plant~18 lbs boost
full sport suspension system
disc brakes....
     i am wondering what i am lokking at to put up some disac brakes in the rear as opposed to the stock drums.. is it possible to take the hubs from a legacy or similar model to bolt up and simplify things?

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no. the newer platform is quite different. but turbo EA82s ('85-'90) had rear discs stock. grab the hubs, rotors, backing plates, and calipers, and it's all bolt-up http://www.ultimatesubaru.org/forum/showthread.php?t=49975

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oh yea, and check out my website for more info on the motor swap: http://www.numbchuxconversions.com/downloads.htm

thats pretty tight, your loyal came out lookin tit's! yeah i hadn;t thought about researching loyals with disc brake. that would work just dandy. do you know abything about doing oversize rotors and calipers say from like a WRX? i could beef up the master cylinder but i would prefer a larger foundation brake assembly if poosible. i admit i haven't researched these ideas very much... but non the less i would like to do this project up rightuously.

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