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http://www.redpepper...wtopic=7958&hl=

read the link then this post ....

then apply

* I am super buzy with life right now, havent even washed my crx for 1 month!

KEY NOTES:

96 up blocks will not work

the inter shaft is tricky, you must line it up almost perfect to seal, then mark, drill and tap the second bolt location. yes that's right, 2 out of 3. i don't know how much power this setup is good fot. hopefully someone will find out before i do, i'm broke.

i don't think the 86-89 tegs had pilot bearings? i'm not using one. no problems

starter is obvious. tap the trans straight and use the next bigger common honda size bolt : let me spoon feed you, it's 12x 1.25 (ala trans and others bolts) that's long enough. also enlarge the starter hole for this bolt.

Hidden hurdle 1: alternator bracket will hit master cylinder. you must remove the bracket and cut it to allow master cylinder clearance. however leave the space for the adj. bolt to move untouched. you'll see it. plasma cutter and bench sander ownz
NO need to clearance frame for alt. pulley.
HH2: good luck finding an upper radiator hose. just use tie wire to form the shape and length you need, go to your FRIENDLY parts store and tell them to match it. use stock radiator and lower hose i believe.

HH3: you need to purchase a slim fan. stock will not fit. i am using a 12" with no problems.

i am using 86-89 stock 4-1 header and customed the exhaust

i have no heater hoses hooked up so i cannot say anythin there

there is room for turbo, depends on your manifold, turbo, radiator, etc. etc. etc.

i am using only 2 of 3 front mount bolts, 3rd seemed to much of burden to accomodate, and it's seems fine for stock.

good luck and DON"T FUCKEN GET HURT> safety first


any questions email me, but how fast i reply is in the air.

it's not hard, just take your time

PS: can someone do me big fucken favor?

email me a writeup on what to do and what i need to install vss behind my tach. i want to be sure i didn't miss anyting. stupid code.

O yeah, here's my latest pics:







yeah it's not a mugen front, that one is in the back with the other kit, it need's repair. this one doesn't line up as well as the mugen. previous owner told me this is a jackson copy.

Edited by r4adkshn, 08 October 2004 - 03:30 PM.


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i was starting to think you held out vital info on us. if you read my posts you will see i have a similar project going.

THANK YOU

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Thanks!

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okay, i recommend converting to obd 0 then make or purchase an obd 0 - 1 adapter.

or make or purchase a pre obd to obd 0 or 1 (2 way) adapter.

i just converted to obd1

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so did you get your vtec working? had a chance to run the 1/4mile?

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QUOTE (rexsk8er @ Nov 11 2004, 04:38 PM)



check my post on my 1/4 mile time in the competition forum pls. i need some advice and help pls. car is running fine, get 30+ mpg if i try . . . it's nice.

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FAQ this or sticky please. i think it deserves it.

CHECK this link for some pics too:

http://www.redpepper...showtopic=16286

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more pix please

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im still alive, still have the car and its still running just fine biggrin.gif . its been awhile but life keeps me soo busy! man it looks sooo mean with fat drag radials mounted on my cf48's!!!! im such a tease lol.

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back from the dead!

WOULDNT A MODIFIED crx axel
( integra inner cv joints and crx outer cv joints withthe inequal shaft)
skip the intermediate shaft issue all together 0 athe expensive of torque steer (like hondas have torque )

Edited by Ghost-One, 13 September 2008 - 12:43 AM.