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Old 11-02-2005, 12:04 PM   #11
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Let's face it, Honda-Tech is

Let's face it, Honda-Tech is for comparing penis size, whether it's using body kits, paint jobs, engine swaps, or dyno numbers. Like Matt said, if you're willing to wade through the bickering, it contains a vastness of knowledge on swapping, wiring, power, etc.
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Old 12-05-2005, 03:25 AM   #12
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Re: Let's face it, Honda-Tech is

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Let's face it, Honda-Tech is for comparing penis size, whether it's using body kits, paint jobs, engine swaps, or dyno numbers. Like Matt said, if you're willing to wade through the bickering, it contains a vastness of knowledge on swapping, wiring, power, etc.
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Here is better advice. You can either download or buy the honda shop manual. I'm not talking about Chilton, I'm talking about a real Honda repair manual made for the car that engine is in. It will give you all the answers. I got one of those $20 off the shelf manuals and they are crap compared to the real thing. I had the real thing saved on my computer but it got deleted. It had every nut and bolt and everything.
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Old 12-05-2005, 05:59 AM   #13
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Here is better advice. You can either download or buy the honda shop manual. I'm not talking about Chilton, I'm talking about a real Honda repair manual made for the car that engine is in. It will give you all the answers. I got one of those $20 off the shelf manuals and they are crap compared to the real thing. I had the real thing saved on my computer but it got deleted. It had every nut and bolt and everything.
You speak of the almighty HELM - visit http://www.helminc.com or see your Honda dealer for one. HELM also makes manuals for cars other than Honda too. I owe much of my Honda knowledge to HELM.
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Something like it. I'm

Something like it. I'm talking the ones you can buy from the dealer or get them online. I can't get the helm for my car because they don't have any for nissans in their list.
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Old 12-05-2005, 04:14 PM   #15
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Helms makes the official

Helms makes the official honda crap, and I posted a pdf of it somewhere else in this general tech section.
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Old 02-07-2006, 08:52 AM   #16
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Honda Shop Manuals

http://comeseethis.com/honda/

I downloaded mine (92-95 civic) here for free. Unfortunately that is after I snagged the same thing on ebay for $5.99. Oh well, live and learn. I hope someone else benefits from this link. These are very large pdf's, don't even try it with dial up. Details below....

Here you will find the Factory Honda Service Manuals for free download. These are the manuals that actual Honda mechanics use.

- 2002 - 2003 Civic Si Service Manual.pdf 29,556,407 Bytes
- Illustrated Parts Catalog
- 2001-2003_Si_Manual_(Web_Based) CivicManual
- 1996 - 2000 Civic with ETM.PDF 72,765,621 Bytes
- mp3s.html 30,903 Bytes
- 1988 - 1991 Civic EF Service Manual.pdf 16,764,562 Bytes
- 1988 - 1991 Civic EF Supplement.pdf 7,299,210 Bytes
- 1992 - 1995 Civic Shop Manual.pdf 107,867,762 Bytes
- 1996 - 1998 Civic Service Manual.pdf 43,960,186 Bytes
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i've also recently had my

i've also recently had my eyes opened to the difference between the auto parts store manuals, and the factory service manuals (FSM).

there is quite a bit of Metro info available online (scanned from the FSM), but not for my specific generation & year.

so i've been hanging around e-bay lately; a 98 Metro FSM 3-volume set is listed about once a week.
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I have a CD with the PDF

I have a CD with the PDF file of a full factory shop manual as well, only dial up here, it would be a few weeks befor I could get to DSL to upload it to my web space, so it would be faster for me to mail a cd. unrelated, I also have PDF of 84-87 civic and CRX, and those are one my web page.
it's to bad that your TPS is busted, I've thought about getting a use engine just for those sensors, I ended up buying a brand new TPS this winter after finding that the used one was also wore out, and no one tells you how to calibrate the TPS, nor sells new ones without the rest of the $400 throttle body, but they are the same as the civic CX uses.
I also have a hard copy of the Hayens manual.
if you have any more questions about your vx engine feel free to send me a message, I would love to get a newer CRX or del sol, and do that kind of swap someday.
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If you look in the general

If you look in the general forum at the top of page two you will seem some honda manuals I posted up way back when. I use them a lot for my cx im/tb stuff.
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all i use is the fsm
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