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I was going to change the brakes on my coupe. So i got the stock Si brake pads. My car has slotted and drilled rotors. when I am finally ready to put on the brake pad it turns out they dont fit, they are too small. Are the CR-V brake rotors intechanable with the Si. The reason I am asking is because my coupe has a B-20 and maybe the person who had it before swithed them out. Or is it because of the aftermarket rotors. Any help would be appreiciated.
 

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the brand is most likely going to be on the inside of the rotor where it meets the hub, so your gonna have to pull off the rotor to find out, or try and contact the person you bought it from.
 

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Thanks...that's what I kinda thought.....I just didn't know where the brand of the rotor would be...when you buy aftermarket rotors do they come with brake pads...
 

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why not just take the old pad and match it up? or just buy the right rotor for that car since you have si pads?
 

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You mean match it up with another brake pad that size? Are any other Honda/Acura parts inchangable as far as brake parts..
 

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CLNCRXSi said:
You mean match it up with another brake pad that size? Are any other Honda/Acura parts inchangable as far as brake parts..
exactly...not sure if how many are interchangable..
 

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CLNCRXSi said:
I was going to change the brakes on my coupe. So i got the stock Si brake pads. My car has slotted and drilled rotors. when I am finally ready to put on the brake pad it turns out they dont fit, they are too small. Are the CR-V brake rotors intechanable with the Si. The reason I am asking is because my coupe has a B-20 and maybe the person who had it before swithed them out. Or is it because of the aftermarket rotors. Any help would be appreiciated.
has nothing to do with the rotors, yours pads fit into your caliper sadle, make sure you have stock sadles and calipers if not those pads wont fit. Also make sure that your parts guy sent you the correct pads, maybe he sent you pads for a different car. Only way it could be rotors is if you have thicker ones. Did you compress you caliper piston completely?
 
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