You could redrill to 4x100. The Elantra from 2001 to 2006 had rear discs and is 4x100. The problem is that earlier Hyundais used a rear multilink setup whereas we have a rear beam. If the rear beam/spindle doesn't have mounting ears for the caliper carrier then you're out of luck. The spindle from a tiburon or elantra won't fit because it's more like a front suspension knuckle on which the strut bolts to.Isn't the tiburon a 5 bolt rotor? You can probably change that spindle and everything, but than you'll have front 4 bolts and rear 5 bolts?
More like machine work and PITA. Sometimes you have to think about benefits VS cost.sometime you have to think outside of the box in this case Hyundai any 4x100 rear disk and calip will work so any honda or corolla will work with proper installation
The only other valid reason to do a disc swap is for looks if you have a show car. Plus the drums will probably last for at least 200k km. Discs, not so much.Honestly, he wouldn't notice the difference unless he was tracking the car rather often. I had a long discussion about this with my shop mechanic over doing it since I was actually going to do this and he ended up convincing me not to, since I'm not planning on tracking the car any time soon - if ever - and believe me, he's the first guy to jump on doing things to improve a car.
Ditto, except that my cluster still better than yours