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  1. GunRunner
    06-22-2011 10:55 AM
    I live in Asheboro but in and around Greensboro pretty often. I ordered the mounts last week from swapshopracing.com. My accord has the 4 bolt rear mount so that's what I ordered anyway.
  2. GunRunner
    06-15-2011 08:53 AM
    Hey bro. Is there anything you can tell me about the Innovative mounts for the h22 swap. I'm currently looking into them for my car. I just read your thread about hte trans mount and how close it was to the stud on the trans. And where you located in NC?
  3. 93blackcb7
    01-26-2011 04:53 PM
    i though you meant black like skin color im like ahhhhhhhhh so not asain or mexican baaahahahaha but yea ive noticed how dirty they get but i wash my car once a week so it dosent build up
  4. blktalon456
    01-25-2011 08:14 AM
    Yo where are you located is it Greensboro or another G city. Would love to see how this swap is done. I just got my 4th CB7 and its gonna need a new powerplant soon I think. Hit me up sometime.

  5. 93blackcb7
    12-05-2010 08:37 PM
    what do you mean they get black in a heartbeat haha
  6. HonduhKrayzeee
    10-13-2010 10:38 PM
    its cool man. thanks.
  7. HonduhKrayzeee
    09-30-2010 10:15 AM
    hey man not sure if you checked my thread lately or not, but do you have a 90-91 distributor laying around or know somebody with one?
  8. GunRunner
    09-27-2010 04:36 PM
    Welcome to cb7 man...good to see another NC member
  9. deevergote
    09-07-2010 08:51 PM
    If the joints are shot, replace them ASAP. A failed ball joint WILL make you crash!
  10. deevergote
    09-03-2010 01:18 PM
    The joint itself is solid, so there should be no spongy feeling at all. I noticed no difference with mine. I got the crappiest parts possible (from armcan on ebay... cheap, and later revealed to be downright dangerous!) and I had no problems whatsoever with them.

    Check the sway bar bushings. Also, are these full coilovers, or just sleeves? If they're sleeves on stock struts, THAT would be a problem (and very dangerous). If they're sleeves over cheap, non-performance struts, that would also be a problem (and only slightly less dangerous.) If they're sleeves, they need struts that are properly matched to the height and spring rate.
    If they're full coilovers, then just make sure none are blown! Sometimes new parts can be defective.

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  • About J-Tiki
    I just work and play with cars.
    G-Spot, NC
    Your Ride
    92' CB7
    '93 JDM H22a M2B4, I/H/E, Chipped P28, Blacktraxx Intake Manifold Spacers (double stack), Unorthodox Underdrive Crank Pulley, Clutch/Flywheel, Tein Suspension, Progress rear sway 22mm
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    '92 CB7 H22a M2B4


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