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Old 07-02-2006, 02:32 PM   #1
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Got an opportunity of picking up a 1994 Honda Accord in the next couple of days. Probobaly retire Casper and see what kind of numbers I can post with it. Although the EPA numbers are not that much better it is a 5 speed. So I'll do a base tank and then start throwing mods at it. Only drawback no Scangauge.
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Old 07-02-2006, 02:33 PM   #2
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You can superMID that piece though. It'll be nice to have an accord on there, especially an old one, I fancy the older ones much more. What is the model?
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It's a DX 2.2L 4 door 118K one owner, a little old lady who only drove it to church and did all the required maintenance at the dealer. I don't know about the sMID I really don't have the money for this but it was just to good to pass up.
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Don't worry about the mid then, but anyway, it's an f22, I wonder which model, prolly non-vtec since it's a dx, what's that, f22b2? I think the f22b1 was the vtec version, mehbe it's what they call the ulev-vtec thing. There's an accord engine somewhere with vtec-e like dan's new car has, you could swap that thing in there,
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Unbelievable. Everybody is upgrading to a honda.
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Old 07-02-2006, 03:40 PM   #6
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At least the sensible ones are buying the older models.
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Don't worry about the mid then, but anyway, it's an f22, I wonder which model, prolly non-vtec since it's a dx, what's that, f22b2? I think the f22b1 was the vtec version, mehbe it's what they call the ulev-vtec thing. There's an accord engine somewhere with vtec-e like dan's new car has, you could swap that thing in there,
Pretty sure it's not the Vtec. I think it's 130 hp.
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At least the sensible ones are buying the older models.
The force is still strong with a newer model.
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