front end conversion

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i heard some stories that the JDM DC INTEGRA front end conversion will work on a 96 civic. its just like a 99 front conversion into a 96 civic. it will work but you just need everything from the fenders, lights, hood, bumper, etc. is this true? can anyone shed some light on this topic? heres a list of what you will need:

- JDM DC ITR Black Housing HID Headlights
- JDM DC ITR Fenders
- JDM DC ITR Front Bumper
- JDM DC ITR Bumper Support
- JDM DC ITR Bumper Reinforcement Bar
- JDM DC ITR Radiator Support
- JDM DC ITR Grill
- JDM DC ITR Metal Hood


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JohnS.

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All I'll say is don't do it.
 


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why..... :?:
 


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I say go for it. If you dont like it, I'll buy the conversion off you for half of what you paid since it will be usedX2:lol: I think it will look like s**t though.
 

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the conversion that i really like is the accord rear on a 6th gen sedan.
 

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no its more than that..alot of labor!!!

if you have enough money for an integra jdm front end conversion, then i'd advise using that money and putting it towards the civic instead
 

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no its more than that..alot of labor!!!

if you have enough money for an integra jdm front end conversion, then i'd advise using that money and putting it towards the civic instead
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if you want that front end get an itr....
 

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it wont fit without a lot of custom fabrication and it wont look good anyways
 

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the conversion that i really like is the accord rear on a 6th gen sedan.
Ive only seen one pic and I LOVED IT!!! Can you post a few more please?



But yeah, it will look like s**t dont do it brotha'.
 

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the conversion that i really like is the accord rear on a 6th gen sedan.
That's actually the Canadian Acura 1.6EL rear end. It does look like the accord.


 

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why do people like doing these frankenstein jobs? imo u buy a civic, just keep it a civic,why try to make it a civitegra - half one car half another with the engine from something else and the lights from a lexus. maybe its just me, i just don't see the fascination
 

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why do people like doing these frankenstein jobs? imo u buy a civic, just keep it a civic,why try to make it a civitegra - half one car half another with the engine from something else and the lights from a lexus. maybe its just me, i just don't see the fascination
i've always wondered the same thing...
 

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i heard some stories that the JDM DC INTEGRA front end conversion will work on a 96 civic. its just like a 99 front conversion into a 96 civic. it will work but you just need everything from the fenders, lights, hood, bumper, etc. is this true? can anyone shed some light on this topic? heres a list of what you will need:

- JDM DC ITR Black Housing HID Headlights
- JDM DC ITR Fenders
- JDM DC ITR Front Bumper
- JDM DC ITR Bumper Support
- JDM DC ITR Bumper Reinforcement Bar
- JDM DC ITR Radiator Support
- JDM DC ITR Grill
- JDM DC ITR Metal Hood


thanks guys
A '99-'00 Civic front end bolts onto a '96-'98 Civic front end with minimal modification because both cars are still the same body underneath. An Integra front end will require quite a bit of cutting and welding in order to make it look right. Even then your best bet is to get your work done by a professional.
 

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Domani rear ends on a sedan looks alright. I would like to see what the itr front end looks like on a coupe, it might look ok....i dont really know
 




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