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Old 06-20-2006, 12:07 AM   #21
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Dude, can you explain to me where in the hell your wires are at? I just finished wiring mine up and wires are everywhere... and my wiring is rather clean too.

BTW, I'm going to need help routing vacuum hoses tomorrow. Can you help?
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Old 06-20-2006, 08:53 AM   #22
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Dude, can you explain to me where in the hell your wires are at? I just finished wiring mine up and wires are everywhere... and my wiring is rather clean too.

BTW, I'm going to need help routing vacuum hoses tomorrow. Can you help?
I did hidden wiring on my car a number of years back, so lots of stuff is routed through the fenders and such and everything else is pulled into the cabin. I need to spend some time and clean up the cabin wiring though.

I can help you with any vacuum stuff, I've pretty much got that memorized by now. =)
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Old 06-20-2006, 08:58 AM   #23
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I can help you with any vacuum stuff, I've pretty much got that memorized by now. =)
I'll post up some pictures in an hour or so and hopefully you can help based on that.
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I'll post up some pictures in an hour or so and hopefully you can help based on that.
I'll do my very best!
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Old 06-20-2006, 09:04 AM   #25
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The swap looks great!

I don't know how you live without a radio though, I think I would go crazy.

My driver's side mount looks the same way. It's tilted towards the front, like it's not at the correct angle. I don't see any ill effects from this though, so I don't worry about it.

Just curious, what class did you used to race in?
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Old 06-20-2006, 09:09 AM   #26
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The swap looks great!

I don't know how you live without a radio though, I think I would go crazy.

My driver's side mount looks the same way. It's tilted towards the front, like it's not at the correct angle. I don't see any ill effects from this though, so I don't worry about it.

Just curious, what class did you used to race in?
I've had so many cars now without interior or radio that I'm used to it. It does suck for long trips though (tracks that are far away).

I used to race in CSP, GSP, ITA, and H1. I've also done a bunch of HPDE events in the past. I haven't been very active in the years past, but I was seriously thinking about racing the HF D15z1... =)
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I drove my b18c powered CRX the other day... wow, I can't believe the difference in power and the gears feel SOOO short. Anyways, I've mad some changes to the HF, finally got a set (not great) of HX's on it with some Kumho tires. The car isn't pulling to the left anymore (got it aligned before the tire change and it still pulled), and I swapped in a smaller radiator and got all the bugs worked out. It feels like I can drive forever on $5 of gas.
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Well, you certainly have turned in an impressive tank there...
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No kidding. Bunger: you need to describe your typical commute/driving style/speed/techniques.
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Bunger: Very Impressive! I know you are running a Z1 in and HF chassis. Are you running an HF gearbox? What ecu version are you using.
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