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  1. kouzie
    10-22-2010 11:31 PM
    kouzie
    buy it!~!!!!!!
  2. kouzie
    10-22-2010 12:40 AM
    kouzie
    Not a problem... Thats what I love to hear.
    btw, did you check out that green coupe?
  3. kouzie
    10-20-2010 02:41 PM
    kouzie
    I texted you but no respond. At least let me know so I can do other thing.
    I'm always a patience guy as long as I know whats going on.
  4. P5ylance
    05-21-2010 01:44 AM
    P5ylance
    Ohhh Shiieeettt!!!! That's A Sick Ass Find!!
  5. P5ylance
    05-20-2010 09:32 PM
    P5ylance
    lol just finished my last physics final, every page had writing, whether it was correct or not is up to the teacher lol!

    i'll probably be able to get down on it this coming week, crossing my fingers that i dont get a crazy summer work schedule haha!
  6. P5ylance
    05-19-2010 10:28 PM
    P5ylance
    my bad bro, took me a while to respond, been so busy, final stretch of school.

    you get the parts?

    dunno about the cd dash, someone was contemplating getting the center console in... never seen it done before, the steering wheel probably though. i looked into a cd and it looks almost the same as our cars... i think it even had the same seats or something, haha maybe a lil different. but for the most part, it's as they say, a CB in a dress.
  7. P5ylance
    05-07-2010 11:15 AM
    P5ylance
    the cd front lip needs some modding to get it to work, but it's very forgiving when getting it fitted. you can either do

    1) self tapping screws all around

    or 2) do what i did and line it up with the OEM mounting holes and make new holes on the lip. this will make it easier to remove if and when you need to, and it only requires two self tapping screws (only the middle and the ends have enough plastic to make new holes, between those, the "corners", you need screws to hold it in.)

    there's a big flap of plastic on the middle of the lip, so what i did was line it up with my stock EX lip (I had taken it off) and vice gripped them together, and marked where the center of each lip lined up. then i marked the cb7 lip mounting holes onto the cd lip, and i did this all the way around wherever i had plastic to make holes in. there will be enough for... 5 in the center, and probably 1 or 2 on each side, i think 1 bolt hole. so the very ends and the 5 in the center.

    make sure the front of each lip is lined up with each other, as well as centered.

    next, the flap of plastic needs to be trimmed down quite a bit before it can fit flush with your bumper. feel under the lip of your bumper and you'll feel this indent that the stock lips sit in (this little "step") and you want to trim the cd lip so that it fits.

    you'll need to trim about like 2 inches off each side, but do this AFTER you've mounted it, because you should cut it so that it is flush with your fenderwell/bumper.

    the lip itself is about 2x the height of the stock EX lip for 92-93s.

    i would take pictures, but i dont want to re-tap those screws haha! if you have any questions i can draw pics on mspaint lol

    yeah, without the side skirt it looks funky, need something beefy!

    haha pic those seats!
  8. P5ylance
    05-07-2010 02:02 AM
    P5ylance
    hehe, I think the skirts will help out the look. cuz right now i have the cd rear lip, and the cd front lip, and i'm just missing that extra little bit of meat in the middle, where i think the cd skirt will come in handy. it's broader and wider than the cb7 sideskirt, and that fin will help too.

    but yeah, definitely! i'm trying to get it installed as sturdy as possible without too many invasive techniques (self tapping screws all over) and once i figure it out, the other skirt will be easy and a DIY will be up shortly after!

    duude, burgundy is so hard to do haha. screw it! see what they look like in your car!
  9. P5ylance
    05-06-2010 09:49 PM
    P5ylance
    lol yeah, what i'm trying to do is only cut what i need to cut, and save as much of the plastic tabs that hold the clips as possible. I'm having those help me support the side skirt. kinda got saw-happy hahaha!

    WHAWTTT!?~?! HELLA CHEAP!!! still got the side skirts, rear lip, and front lip? what condition are the seats in? i believe 5th gen and 6th gen can swap in to 4th gens. noicee, just getting a car for 100$ is awesome, broken or not lol!
  10. P5ylance
    05-06-2010 09:27 AM
    P5ylance
    haha i think its some no-name kit, i got it from my bro's friend. cut-off is alright with the projectors, theres some glare, but for the most part there's a decent cut-off line, and I ain't trippin' cuz i didn't have to deal with all that cutting and retrofitting. 8k is the blue white, 6k is a nice cool white when the HIDs are all warmed up, looks like my friend's bmw's headlights.

    PS: ran into a little mishap with my sideskirt and might have to get a new passenger side one, lol! sooo that DIY's gonna take a little longer haha!

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  • About Sequence
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    Kao Her
    Location
    Minnesota
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    1990 Accord Ex
    Modifications
    92-93 Front Bumper, Roof Visor, Blackhoused Headlights
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    College Student, Event Host/Promoter
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    Dancing
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