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Old 05-22-2006, 09:17 PM   #1
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Well I thought I might as well toss up some pics of what my CRX is looking like these days. Let me just say that its a little messy, time has been short lately, thank god for cellular internet and a laptop. =)

Engine bay from the drivers side:



Engine bay from passenger side:



Engine bay from the front (note the giant radiator... such a waste):



The stock d15z1 drivers side mount isn't a perfect fit, I think I'm going to see if a stock d16a6 or such mount will work in its place, but this will do for now:



This is a view of the inside... yea... like that rats nest of a wiring harness over there? I am still working on the last code or 2. Note the full tank of gas:



Since the car doesn't weigh much... there is a bit of wheel gap, even with stock suspenion... oh and I wasn't the one that painted those calipers:



Can we say "ground clearance"?:



On my first test, I worked out 62mpg, but this isn't super accurate, as there weren't many miles to base this off (210 I think). I'm gunna be driving it to work this week, so maybe by sunday I'll have an update on the mileage. Thanks for looking!
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Old 05-22-2006, 09:41 PM   #2
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The stock d15z1 drivers side mount isn't a perfect fit, I think I'm going to see if a stock d16a6 or such mount will work in its place, but this will do for now:


I was warned about this. Do you think there will be such a problem with a JDM d15b (z1 equivilant) ?

I also have a driver's mount from a 92 DX. Do you think that'll work alright?
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Old 05-23-2006, 04:51 AM   #3
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I wasn't warned about it!

Bunger, you want my old coilovers?
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Old 05-23-2006, 05:33 PM   #4
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I wasn't warned about it!

Bunger, you want my old coilovers?
Talk about built in FE. I'm jealous!

I have old coilovers also as I went back to the stock springs over the weekend. If you want' em you got' em. Too bouncy for me.
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Old 05-23-2006, 05:38 PM   #5
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My mother wants me to get rid of my coilovers.

Dan, we'll be building in somma that for you soon,

How much did you spend ont he z1, bung3r?
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My mother wants me to get rid of my coilovers.

Dan, we'll be building in somma that for you soon,

How much did you spend ont he z1, bung3r?
Why does yo mama want you to ditch the coilovers?
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Old 05-23-2006, 06:08 PM   #7
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Cuz she keeps stepping on them in the garage.
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Old 05-23-2006, 06:35 PM   #8
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lol. That sounds like my dad. He is constantly telling me to do something with all the saturn parts i have in the garage.
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haha same thing happened to me. my dad mentioned getting rid of a set of rims i had in there. the bronze hx rims. but in a 3 bay garage when my stuff only takes up half of a bay, its really hard to push me to do anything as far as clearing stuff out.

anyway i ended up trading those rims out for another set up unpainted hx rims. which are now on the car.

anyway, clean swap bunger
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anyway, clean swap bunger
Definately. Makes me want to do a wire tuck.
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