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    Can anybody confirm what the part number is, 45020-MBF-G00 (ACCORD CL7) or 45020-MBR-GOO (S2000 AP1/AP2). I found a good price for these at www.nengun.com and want to purchase soon.
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    I believe that we are supposed to get the S2K Spoon Calipers. Haven't heard anything about accord.

    S2000 - AP1
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    45020-MBR-G00

    This is off their website you provided. Same part number.

    And YES, that is a great price for them. I may be buying soon at that price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Civi9 View Post
    I believe that we are supposed to get the S2K Spoon Calipers. Haven't heard anything about accord.

    S2000 - AP1
    Reverse Type
    45020-MBR-G00

    This is off their website you provided. Same part number.

    And YES, that is a great price for them. I may be buying soon at that price.
    Thats what i thought but the S2K calipers are reverse mounted so I am unsure.
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    You will want to pay attention to the piston size on the calipers. If they use differential pistons (meaning the leading piston is smaller than the trailing piston), then you will have to not only swap the driver's side caliper to the passenger side and vice-versa, but you'll also have to swap the bleeder screws and crossover pipes (swapping the crossover pipe is a PITA - I've done it on my APRacing CP8350 calipers). You might want to call the vendor and ask some questions; I'm not certain but you might need the MBF calipers that mount to the leading edge of the rotor. Don't say I didn't warn you.

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    As far as I've been told, the Spoon calipers made for S2k should be a DIRECT bolt-on to our stock rotors. They will not sweep the entire depth of the rotor, but that's not really an issue in itself. I assume that means our rotors are slightly larger than S2K rotors.

    Other 9th gen owners have done the caliper swap just fine.

    My issue is that my current wheels will require spacers to fit them.

    There are correct rotors that fit the Spoon calipers exactly. I plan on getting 2 piece rotors from Team3d when the time comes.
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    Enkei RPF1's 17x9 + 45 (3mm front spacers)
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    Hybrid Racing shifter and cable bushings
    Buddy Club Sport Spec Coilovers

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    I’m currently on 18x9+38 advan rg-d2’s whose spokes flare out clearing from my stock caliper.
    Can someone pls help me confirm if spoon caliper would clear this wheel? Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keiththesneak View Post
    The model number on your site is listed as
    45020-MBR-G00. Is this the correct item number? From what I've read this is for the AP1/2 which is a rear mounting caliper. Is that not correct?
    I read on the 9thgencivic FB page, that the correct Spoon caliper for our car is off CL7 part# 45020-MBF-G00. can anyone confirm?
    I also read this caliper will bolt right onto our stock rotor and we can use S2K brake pads
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    Quote Originally Posted by 305civictyperaw View Post
    I’m currently on 18x9+38 advan rg-d2’s whose spokes flare out clearing from my stock caliper.
    Can someone pls help me confirm if spoon caliper would clear this wheel? Thanks
    There's a template online. It's a silhouette of the Spoon BBK caliper. If you print it to scale, cut it out, you can get an idea if it will clear the wheels by taking a loose wheel and placing the template on the inside of the wheel. If it touches the spokes, it won't fit.
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    Continental Extreme Contact Sport Summer tires 245/40-17
    Hybrid Racing shifter and cable bushings
    Buddy Club Sport Spec Coilovers

    14' OEM 20mm Rear Sway Bar
    Ultra Racing 3 point Trunk Brace
    FKX Racing Rear Strut bar

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    Spoon brake kit !!!-spoon-part-number.jpg

    This is the part number. I installed it on my FG4 with OEM rotors. Just slightly cut the rotor backing plates as the Spoon caliper is bigger than stock.
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