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  1. stretch JDM
    01-12-2011 12:35 PM
    stretch JDM
    about the pulley tool.look at the DIY thread on how to make one .BTW i think a socket will work if it fits.
  2. deevergote
    11-03-2008 01:48 PM
    Honestly, I'm not all that sure. I've never changed a belt in my life. I'm hardly an authority on CB7s. I just run the site. In fact, paying for the site has been a large reason as to why I can't afford to work on my car! You'd be better off making a post asking for help from people that might actually have the experience to help you.
  3. deevergote
    11-03-2008 01:02 PM
    There should be adjustment screws, as long as they haven't been broken off.
  4. deevergote
    09-24-2008 06:52 PM
    4th and 5th gen 4 cylinder suspensions are interchangeable. However, I have heard that things are valved differently for the 5th gen (in fact, I've heard that MOST setups are designed and tested on 5th gens)
  5. deevergote
    09-19-2008 04:58 PM
    3 websites with extensive information couldn't provide you with an answer, and you've determined that I, a busy individual that simply runs one of those sites, should be able to provide the answers those sites couldn't? I'm flattered... but honestly, I can't possibly answer that question. If I were to even try, I would tap those very same sources to get the information (it IS all there... you just have to look). For pistons, look to Mahle if you don't want to re-sleeve the H22. Rods... Probe is good for the price. Cunningham if you have the money. There are dozens of other quality ones out there. As for a crank, hit up junk yards, ebay, craigslist, honda-tech, or aftermarket companies. Finally, go to www.bisimoto.com. Bisi stocks the very best stuff, and uses it himself. I would trust his judgment over anything else, as he's a pro racer.
  6. Granite CB7
    09-02-2008 05:47 PM
    Granite CB7
    The Koyo radiators fit amazingly well, mine (Koyo OEM) fit in perfectly. I've been told by afew people that the race radiator fits well too, so Koyo is def. good! No modding was done to mine when I installed it about 3 yrs ago.
  7. trouty
    07-15-2008 09:38 AM
  8. deevergote
    07-13-2008 09:41 PM
    Get a manual and follow the instructions... it'd be your best option.
  9. trouty
    07-09-2008 10:35 AM
    can you give me an idea on how much someone would charge 2 deal with this, assuming nothings wrong with the crank, and coupled with my oil in my spark plug tubes? my supervisor and cousin said honda charged her over $4k to replace the crank pulley on her CRV.
  10. deevergote
    07-08-2008 09:29 PM
    Make sure that it did no damage to the crank. As long as the crank is still alright, then any good replacement pulley will be fine. Stock, UR stock diameter, or even the UR racing pulley (I have one, no problems in over 4 years and 50,000 miles)

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    1990 Honda Accord LX Coupe
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