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Old 05-23-2018, 08:13 AM   #701
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Alright so after 2 weeks I finally got the Pilot up and running again. What a pain in the ass that was. I didn't help that 5-6 of the nights we had storms or rain all evening. The Pilot was dropped off in the driveway and didn't move until running again. Working on it wasn't really an option while it was pouring down rain.

The failure was that the passenger side lower transmission cooling line blew the fitting out of the radiator. Then the transmission just pumped all the fluid out of the system. This is a common problem of this radiator. To make it even better it was a known problem for Honda/Acura since '03 MDX and it wasn't fixed by '09 on the 2nd Generation of the Pilot. I replaced the radiator with a Denso unit, same as Honda would have sold me, from RockAuto. Desno was the original radiator as well, but has since been redesigned to not have the same failure. (Fleetw00d trying to give you a heads up that eventually your radiator is going to fail in your Pilot, in a horrible way.) Since I had the radiator out I decided it was time to do a bit more maintenance on the old girl, since I could actually reach a bunch of stuff with the radiator out.

- Denso Radiator
- OEM Thermostat
- OEM Radiator Cap
- OEM Antifreeze
- Adjusted valves (So much easier with the radiator out, at least for the forward facing cylinder head.)
- OEM valve cover gaskets
- OEM grommets on valve covers
- Disassembled intake manifold and fully cleaned it (I didn't know that the Pilots had a magnesium intake manifold that split in half as well. I thought only the ZDX had them.)
- Cleaned the lower runners
- Cleaned the throttle body
- Cleaned all the of splash shield and lower areas of the bumper cover (Fully coated in transmission fluid.)
- Cleaned the fender liners and other removable plastics on the lower bumper (Fully coated in transmission fluid.)
- Replace all of Honda's tension hose clamps with worm drive clamps
- Cleaned half of the sub frame and other things that were coated in transmission fluid
- Changed the oil (I always Seafoam the crankcase ahead of time, after taking off the valve covers this engine still needs a bit more time before she's going to be nice and clean. The previous owner must not have really believed in oil changes.)
- Finally installed new license plate holder (We left the old one on Lookout pass this past winter. FYI new vehicles suck balls when they lose control. Who in the hell thought it would be a good idea to fully kill power to the car while it has lost control? Yes in the dark, spinning with no damn headlights makes for super great times!!)

Anyway I should be back to working on Lola soon. I need to get my ECU sent off to Sonik to do some mods on it for me. More than anything I just really need to go drive Lola. I haven't driven her in 3-4 weeks.
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Old 05-25-2018, 11:45 AM   #702
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On Tuesday night 5/22/18 I fell off the step that I have to get into the attic, as I was putting things away. I fell on Lola's passenger side door, and dented it.... Granted the passenger door needed to be replaced anyway due to something a previous owner did. As it has a long groove under the door handle. This isn't noticeable all the time only in certain lights. Well my new dent is clearly visible pretty much all the time. I'm going to try and get a picture of this.

I might try and find a straight door at the junkyard tomorrow. We are headed to Cheney, WA for the weekend. I'm hitting up Pull & Save tomorrow for things that I need for old and new Lola, might as well try and find a straight door.

I was not injured other than a fat lip and some pride.
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Old 05-25-2018, 06:57 PM   #703
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Glad you didn't hurt yourself too badly.

If the dent isn't too bad, I've had several paintless dent repair guys do some wonderful work on my cars. I have a pretty good pair of coupe doors if you happen to come to OH.
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Old 06-01-2018, 03:32 PM   #704
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I actually found a PDR shop only 2 blocks away from my house. I've taken Lola over there 3 times now, to find the shop empty. I'm going to try again one more time after work today. If not I'll just call and setup an appointment.

I've been driving Lola the last few days to work, due to leaving my TL keys in Washington over the weekend.

A the most recent issues with her...

- Replaced the passenger drivers door handle backing plate (One of the screw holes was stripped out.)
- Wideband 02 Sensor reads ---- half the time (I need to look at the wiring, which I need to work on anyway to get my ecu mailed to Sonik.)

Other than that, not much else has been been going on with her. I still have an entire punch list to work on for the car, but none of it is pressing stuff.
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Old 06-05-2018, 10:16 PM   #705
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Went for a drive on Sunday after doing a bit of troubleshooting for a fluctuating idle. It's not bad, but it is just slightly going up maybe 50 rpm's. Well I bled the coolant just to make sure it didn't have any air in it. Well I forgot to tighten the radiator cap and covered the entire engine bay in antifreeze.

Later on Sunday evening, I got my Honda pressure washer running and cleaned the car up and bit and really went over the engine bay. I think I got all of it cleaned up. There was still a hint of antifreeze smell. I think I'm going to take a few things off and wash it down one more time.

I don't think I found the idle issue yet. It wasn't due to the tune on the S300 either, as I have the stock P13 back into the car right now. This is occurring with both ecu's.

What the hell is up with all of our H22Ax's having idle issues lately?

I wanted to go for a drive tonight but it didn't happen.

In other news I did work on old Lola today. I got her main front seal replaced, I didn't use an OEM one the first time around. I should have known better. Timing is all back together, I let it idle and warm up. It ran for around 30 minutes and so far has no signs of an oil leak on the front main seal now.
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Old 06-05-2018, 11:29 PM   #706
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Great work on Lola! Really nice car, SUUUUUCKS you fell on the door but at least you are ok.
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Old 06-25-2018, 04:10 AM   #707
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Wow I missed quite a lot in my absence! Always great work despite the set backs! Last I saw the lip was still unfinished and it turned out amazing! That Optimus Prime costume was a masterpiece! All of the new engine, transmission and cooling updates are fantastic and the cleanliness (both in execution and aesthetic) is way above board, as is usual for you. A lot was covered in the last 6 pages, but it was well worth the read!
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Old 06-25-2018, 03:57 PM   #708
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Wow I missed quite a lot in my absence! Always great work despite the set backs! Last I saw the lip was still unfinished and it turned out amazing! That Optimus Prime costume was a masterpiece! All of the new engine, transmission and cooling updates are fantastic and the cleanliness (both in execution and aesthetic) is way above board, as is usual for you. A lot was covered in the last 6 pages, but it was well worth the read!
Thanks a lot Anthony, means a lot coming from someone else who also does really clean work.

Honestly the lip has held up so much better than I imagined it would. The only real damage is from me catching it on a chunk of rebar, which put a little tear in the bottom edge facing the ground. So you can't even see it only feel it. I'm going to melt this back together with the solder gun eventually. Other than that it only has some little paint dings from rocks hitting it on the highways.
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Old 06-25-2018, 04:47 PM   #709
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Alright so I've been slacking in a few areas. I haven't updated as much as I should.

Our family is sort of in a life crisis right now. Always fun right? On June 1st we were evicted from the house that we have rented for the last 4 years. The only reason for eviction is because our land lady screwed her self over somehow, and lost 1 house she owned, can't sell another, and is evicting us out of ours to live in it herself. So her financial mishaps are now our crisis. While just moving to another house sounds easy, it is not for us. My GF runs a daycare out of our house, so finding another house to rent has been a nightmare. As of this morning we came to the decision it's time to just buy a house. Even though we just started building or long term house. We started last month working on a cow barn on our family farm south of Cheney, WA. The plan was to live here in Missoula, MT for another 2-3 years then move out to the farm once the house was completed. Being evicted has hopefully not changed this, but now we need to get everything together and buy a house and move in a month or so.

Moving forward. I have been working on Lola here and there and most of this past weekend. I had plans to work on all kinds of things outside on Saturday, but it decided to rain all day long. So instead Lola got a lot of attention that she has been in need of.

I mentioned I thought she had a vacuum leak but I did a bunch of testing and couldn't find anything. I did not smoke test the engine as other tests didn't reveal anything. The last 2 weeks or so during startup it has been stumbling and not running right, until 30 seconds or so. I needed to find the root cause. I decided it was time to do a compression test the results weren't the greatest.

Cylinder 1: 182 psi
Cylinder 2: 78 psi
Cylinder 3: 174 psi
Cylinder 4: 168 psi

Alright so I figure I have 2 options at this point. First being blown rings, which I really didn't want to find. The second being the valves needing an adjustment. So I tore down the top of the engine the rest of the way and proceeded to adjust the valves. I'm going to admit some laziness on my part. I didn't recheck or adjust the valves after breaking the engine in. All the intake valves were under 0.005" which is the smallest feeler gauge I have. The intake valves on cylinder 2 were the cause of the low compression. Results after the valve adjustment were

Cylinder 1: 178 psi
Cylinder 2: 174 psi
Cylinder 3: 176 psi
Cylinder 4: 184 psi

It would seem that I left cylinder 4 just a touch looser than the other 3 cylinders, which would account for the slightly higher compression.

On 2 separate drives during the last week I had an issue where the car was starting to overheat with the a/c running while the weather is warm. This also happened a month or so ago on a few really warm days we had. I needed to get this rectified. I disassembled the radiator bits, and installed some weather stripping between the condenser and the radiator to force all air that goes through that part of the condenser to also go through the radiator instead of leak out of the large gaps on the sides between them. Air always takes the path of least resistance, so I need to come up with ways to manage the air flow to the now much smaller radiator. This work required me to remove the bumper, so I was able to clean up and wrap a bunch of wiring that didn't get done last year, when I was in a rush to get Lola ready for the NWPAC meet.

After a year of driving with no column cover I decided it was time to get the cover back onto the column. Sounds so simple right? Wrong! As I have a 90-91 Prelude SI steering wheel. It sits much closer to the clock spring reel causing it to hit the column cover all over. I still have the old one from old Lola to model this one after. The steering wheel needed some work as well though. I did not like it sitting so close to the cover. I took 2 more washers and welded them onto the end of the shaft and cut slits into them to kick off the blinkers. This put the wheel at a much more acceptable height in relation to the cover. Once all of that was finished, I started the work on the column cover. Now while I still had to trim away quite a bit, it was definitely a lot less than the first iteration of the cover. I still need to work on the clock spring reel to get it to engage with the back of the steering wheel cover, but the plug is doing a decent job of rotating it for now.

Two weeks ago I started working on the intermittent wiper mod. The wiper stalk itself took quite a bit of modding for it to sit correctly and match the headlight stalk. I finally got it to sit right and actually engage the washer jets without hitting the steering wheel. I might have to get a corresponding headlight stalk, as the wiper stalk is now just slightly longer than the headlight one is.

I managed to get my S300 and spare P06 ecu mailed to Sonik, so I'm hoping to have all of this back soon and back into Lola.

I have installed the driver side lighted window switches that I got from Mark. I haven't found where I want to ground it yet, so they are still inactive. I might install the passenger side tonight, we shall see.

I think I have forgotten a few things. I'll read back through my log book and make sure I've documented all of the important stuff. I have pictures which I will get up either tonight or tomorrow.
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At least someone else I know has 6 different projects going on at the same time like me. Might as well keep that door panel off to wire in the heated mirrors too lol. Pssst.... I haven’t even wired mine in yet either. It’s almost summer so oh well for now.
Also I put the ring terminal on the negative so you can ground it straight to one of the 10mm door bolts close by.
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Old 06-25-2018, 05:48 PM   #711
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At least someone else I know has 6 different projects going on at the same time like me. Might as well keep that door panel off to wire in the heated mirrors too lol. Pssst.... I havenít even wired mine in yet either. Itís almost summer so oh well for now.
Also I put the ring terminal on the negative so you can ground it straight to one of the 10mm door bolts close by.
Where in the hell is one of the bolts close by? I was looking and didn't see anything in the remote area. I was wondering if I needed to throw a rivnut in the door or something. Or just extend the wire to somewhere....

Maybe I can find it on the passenger door.
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It’s one of the window assembly bolts. Lol. It’s right by where the plugs are hanging for the window switches. Don’t make me pull my door panel off lol.
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Old 06-26-2018, 07:29 AM   #713
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I found them last night. I didn't search very hard on the driver's door. I remember them being a bit lower though. I still have the OEM door covers in good shape. I try to avoid cutting them at all costs. I made a small slit and was able to slip in the ring terminal and bolt it all down. Throw a piece of tape over the cut and call it good.

The passenger door light, lights up correctly and stays lit until one of the doors is opened. I thought our windows had a timer on them, I did not realize the function was tied to the door opening. The led's and windows are powered on until a door is opened and then the windows lose all power. I'll probably ground the driver's side today as I get off work early.

Mark you did a good job, the one I got working looks nice!
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Thanks! Hey are you sure you’re at the right power wire? It should be a constant with the key on. Door opened or not.
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Old 06-26-2018, 05:52 PM   #715
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I meant when the key is off. They are functioning perfectly as is right now.
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Old 07-11-2018, 11:12 PM   #716
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Alright, I've still managed to be slowly getting things done in the craziness of life. We are preparing to move I hope! We found a place that will work for our needs and we aren't buying right now (thank god)! Still getting ready to move sucks in and of itself.

News for Lola.

H22A1 Valve Cover (After 12,000 miles and more than enough oil changes, she is still looking pretty. I Seafoam the crankcase before every oil change. It should only look better each time.)


H22A1 Valve Train


H22A1 Back Together! (Now with 170+ PSI in all the cylinders again!)


Tire Scrub from Autocross (Also you can see the ARP extended wheel studs, SCCA forced me to have them to compete.)


Weather Stripping to Seal the A/C Condenser to the Radiator (Over heating problems in any weather over 85* F. Ordered a B series Civic radiator to replace the current D series Civic radiator in the car. I'm hoping once the inlet/outlet match the engine size the cooling issues will be resolved. The radiator arrives in the mail tomorrow.)


Steering Column Cover being Prepared for '91 Prelude SI Steering Wheel


1991 Prelude SI Steering Wheel 1


1991 Prelude SI Steering Wheel 2


1991 Prelude SI Steering Wheel 3


Passenger Illuminated Window Switch (Thanks again Mark!)


Driver Illuminated Window Switch (Thanks again Mark!)


Lola ready to see the road again! (Little did I know at the time she still had an overheating issue, despite my efforts to control the temps.)


Variable Intermittent Wiper (Using an A11 controller from a '96 V6 Accord. Delay is from 14 seconds to 3 seconds, so much more useful than the stock wiper! I need to get the headlight switch from a 5th gen Accord as well so the 2 stalks match in length. The 5th gen stalks are a little bit longer than the 4th gen stalks.)


I've also been plugging away at my projects on old Lola. Tonight I finally figured out the issues with my NSS wiring. This means I can now wire up the NSS in new Lola and have it start only when the clutch pedal is depressed. I'm fairly excited for this. I also recharged the A/C system in old Lola over the last 2 nights as well. I will really try to keep my updates a little more timely. Then again I keep saying that and it doesn't happen. After we move though I know things will settle down a good bit.
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Hey Rilas, sorry to hear about your house situation; moving sucks, especially when you've been in one and you've accumulated enough stuff to fill it up. Otherwise, I like some of the things you've been doing to your car, namely the intermittent wiper change. I'll have to dig a bit on the site to see how this is done.
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When you have the wipers going at higher speeds, do they automatically slow down when you come to a stop and pick back up once you get going again? That's one feature from my RSX I want to retrofit into the CB. That and the two-way high beam switch (pull for temporary flashing, push to lock them on)

Also, how are you liking the look and feel of the Ortiz cluster bezel compared to the OEM plastic? I know it's OEM, but does whatever coating they use to blend in the gauge pods make the whole thing look aftermarket against the rest of the dash?
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Hey Rilas, sorry to hear about your house situation; moving sucks, especially when you've been in one and you've accumulated enough stuff to fill it up. Otherwise, I like some of the things you've been doing to your car, namely the intermittent wiper change. I'll have to dig a bit on the site to see how this is done.
I can't even tell you how awesome it is to have intermittent wipers. Right after I completed this mod I went to Philipsburg, MT, about 80 miles one direction. It poured most of the way there and having the intermittent wipers were awesome!

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When you have the wipers going at higher speeds, do they automatically slow down when you come to a stop and pick back up once you get going again? That's one feature from my RSX I want to retrofit into the CB. That and the two-way high beam switch (pull for temporary flashing, push to lock them on)

Also, how are you liking the look and feel of the Ortiz cluster bezel compared to the OEM plastic? Does it look aftermarket against the rest of the dash?
I do not believe that they will slow down when I slow the car down. Then again I didn't test this as my use of it was really out on the interstate at 80 mph. It would be really cool to somehow tie the speed sensor into this as well to affect the speed. I know the newer cars did this with the radio going quiet when stopped and increasing volume once you get moving again. Very cool that someone brought the same feature to the window wipers.

I really didn't like the Ortiz gauge pod initially when I first got it. I has grown on me though. Due to it being more flat dull black than the shinier more gloss of the plastic. I've had people get in the car and not even notice that the entire center plastic doesn't quite match the rest of the plastics. The colors really aren't that far apart to be honest, just flat vs semi gloss really. A few people have commented on it, being the cleanest Accord they've ever seen in person, so it must not really be that out of place, as other people really don't notice it. I would say that it's worthwhile upgrade for the gauge pods. You can also get the pods on the A pillar or on the steering column cover, so there are options. I think eventually I will end up getting the steering column cover eventually as well. I need to monitor a few more things on Lola. I don't even notice the difference in the contrast anymore really. Only if I'm really paying attention.
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Old 07-12-2018, 01:45 PM   #720
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The car is looking incredibly nice Will. You might not want to button up that column with a 5th gen combo switch just yet. I’ve got an MDX lighting combo switch mod coming. Same style stalk but with automatic light function and soon DRL also.
I noticed the CL carpet with the black trunk/gas plastics. It’s really not a bad mix. The more black you add to the interior, the darker the carpet will look. It’s a great choice as Black coupe carpet is a pretty scarce option. CB carpet is shit compared to the CL stuff anyways lol.
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