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Old 04-02-2015, 08:54 PM   #21
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The Accord's condition is Fantastic!! Very original!!

Correct me if I am wrong but your CB seems to be made in NZ when the country still had a car manufacturing industry.

The engine number seems to be for the NZDM.

Thanks, Yes it is. They were built in Napier. Painted in NZ, used NZ made carpet which is MUCH nicer than imported ones, NZ made wiring, NZ made glass, alot of kiwi made parts on it which is quite a cool thing

This only applied to the NZ new ones though It was the last CB accord that Waikato Honda ever sold, Now I work there :P
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Old 04-06-2015, 01:27 AM   #22
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This Cb is flawless! Looks like it just came off the lot!
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Old 04-17-2015, 08:10 PM   #23
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I have decided to go the aftermarket mount for the gearbox, being the innovative option.

https://www.innovativemounts.com/Pro...ductCode=29324

So my parts supplier has that coming in for me on a sea freight order, so will be a couple of months before it gets here. That's fine as it allows me to gather the last of the rest of the bits I need.

Took half a day off work and went back to pick a part, where there was a manual CB.

Got the clutch pedal:



Brake and throttle pedals:



Shifter boot and bracket:



Passenger side (LH) axle:



Half shaft:



On a side note, My DC2 was in a local magazine, NZ performance car, In a small "under construction" part




If you guys want to see more of my DC2 I can post that aswell, But thought I'd leave it out being a CB related forum :P

I had planned on changing both my outer CV's as they are both clicking, And I need to on the new LH side axle as it came out of a non ABS chassis. All CV joints will also recieve new boots

Things that are left for me to aquire are, clutch kit (Already have H22A flywheel, Which I assume will fit my F22 motor?), Clutch master and slave cylinders (Will be going new). And a few other small things, like shift cable clamps and clutch fluid reservoir and soft lines etc.

Not sure how far away my H22A shortblock is going to be so its gone low priority for now, Main focus for the moment is to do the manual swap, Then slot the H22A in when its ready

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Old 06-02-2015, 03:09 AM   #24
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Hey guys, Things are coming along nicely with the CB.

Should have the conversion mount this week.

Will get an oem spec clutch kit, new master and slave cylinders too this week with a bit of luck

Also went back to pick a part, and got the clutch line from the master cylinder, to the gearbox, Which completes the line.

Also got the clutch fluid reservoir and all the associated brackets.

Have organised for a workmate to give me a hand to do the swap on the 20th, which gives me a few weeks to make sure I have everything I need

Sorry no pics, will make sure I get some during the swap though :P

Thanks for reading!

For those who care, A turbo, manifold, downpipe and wastegate came up for farr to cheap for the DC2, So should be picking that up this week too!
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Old 06-02-2015, 08:13 AM   #25
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Beautiful car doing a manual swap on my cb soon as well
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Old 06-19-2015, 07:02 PM   #26
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So bit more of an update, The conversion is 99% complete, the remaining 1% is me wanting to rectify the harshness of the aftermarket mount.

The ratios of the new gearbox are great and give me alot more available torque, and the LSD is a good bonus too (Y)

Old AT removed



Passenger side axle refurbished, Cleaned and regreased CV joints, and new CV boots



Euro R box bolted in




manual starter I got from pick a part



All back together



New shifter boot and gearknob I got from pick a part



Will get a photo of the underside when its on a hoist next
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Old 06-19-2015, 08:33 PM   #27
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Old 06-19-2015, 08:48 PM   #28
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Wooooow such a clean car! Great progress man! Love the teg as well!
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Old 06-19-2015, 11:47 PM   #29
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Thanks guys

Because the ratios are so short on the f series, it gives me so much torque. 2nd will top out at around 80kmh,3rd tops out at around 115kmh and 4th tops out around 150kmh! So definitely very short, certainly makes it get up off the line quickly

Forgot to mention I've ordered an iacv adaptor for my euro r manifold too, hopefully will have enough firewall clearance!

Here's a short video of it, not revving right out and shifting nicely on the box.

https://youtu.be/XCpFaNTnhj4

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Old 06-21-2015, 01:31 PM   #30
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sounds great! Good shifting there as well.
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Old 07-02-2015, 08:40 AM   #31
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nice one bro! Fellow kiwi here, but living in Perth...
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Old 07-02-2015, 04:28 PM   #32
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I'm really digging the Teggy and all the work you've put in to both cars. Keep us updated.
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Old 07-11-2015, 10:59 PM   #33
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Thanks guys

Bought the DC2 home from work finally and is back in its garage / home in hibernation for winter.

Picked up the snail / manifold / WG for the DC2's new engine too



Had my IACV adaptor turn up from Rosko racing



Also got a steal on a full exhaust off a CD6 which consisted of Mugen headers, and a Tanabe G medallion rear muffler, Along with a custom shitty midpipe.

The headers will get need to be polished before I use them on the H22A I'm building for the car, But I thought in the meantime I would put the muffler on. Needed slight modification but I've made it so it bolted up to the stock midpipe so if I want to I can change back to the stock rear muffler




As soon as I started it, I knew it was exactly how I wanted it to sound. Subtle, but with a noticable burble, Whilst at cruising speed, Can hardly even tell it is there - Perfect for the daily.

Heres a short video, Don't mind the fact the car is filthy :P

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cwi-NIFnPLs

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Old 08-19-2015, 04:04 AM   #34
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Bit of an update now, A friend of mine polished up my muffler for me whilst I did some work on his B20V EJ1, It came up great!







And tonight I went and saw my engine builder and picked up my shortblock Has been acid dipped, honed, new genuine honda rings, new bearings, crank/rods/pistons have all been acid dipped, crank has been polished. Can't wait to get this thing finished!



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Old 08-19-2015, 08:15 AM   #35
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Im on the wrong side of the pond but this looks raddd! good choice of cars, btw
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Old 11-12-2015, 03:31 AM   #36
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Bit of an update, just going to copy/paste from my build thread over on nzhondas :P

I took it to work, put it on an engine stand and proceeded to put on all the bits I've had laying around for a while now, oil cooler, water pipe, oil pump, pickup / sump etc.






So the details of the bottom end are:

H22A blacktop closed deck
Acid dipped block, crank, rods, pistons.
Honed
New genuine rings
New big end and main bearings, new thrust washers
All O-rings on the oil pump replaced
New front and rear crank seals
New front balance shaft seal
New sump gasket
Euro R oil pump pickup
Euro R sump
New water pipe O-rings


I went with the Euro R sump over the blacktop sump as its a little larger, maybe 500ml - 1l larger. The extra oil capacity will help with lubrication, oil temps etc.

Did a service on the CB last week, Gave me a chance to have a look to see if it has developed any oil leaks and such, None bar a slight drip from what I assume is the cam seal (Not doing it as H series should be done soon hopefully)




Managed to get a hell of a steal on some BC golds out of a CD accord from strongs last week, So bought them and put them in the CB.




After fiddling around with the ride height for a while I found a happy median. Wheel centers to guards measure in about 325mm front and 330mm rear. puts the jack points on the sills about 115mm off the ground.





Before photos of height for reference!




Picked up my head from being machined, All valve seats have been cut, all valves have been refaced and the head has been refaced too. Ready for me to reasemble with the new valve stem seals, Then can bolt the head onto the block, exciting progress!





After work tonight I reassembled the head, with new genuine valve stem seals, And bolted it back to the block using a new genuine euro r head gasket, and euro r headbolts (multi point vs single hex blacktop bolts). Will reassemble rocker assemblies, install the cams and set valve clearances tomorrow night / on the weekend





Can't wait to get this thing in the CB

Have been looking for wheel options but its quite hard to find a particular set of wheels here, in the spec i want, in 4x114. So am currently looking into doing a 5 stud swap on it, Will open up wheel options alot more to me, get rid of the hub over rotor front end, and look alot sweeter

Was reading info from this thread, looks like it will be quite easy to do

http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=15681

Thanks for reading!

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Old 11-12-2015, 09:11 AM   #37
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Seeing such a clean car is getting me more motivated to get out and clean my cb up and make it shine! Good looking car keep up the great work
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Old 11-12-2015, 01:41 PM   #38
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The new ride height looks great! I always thought these cars look best when the tire JUST fills the wheel well.
I'm glad to see you're still going with it!
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Old 11-12-2015, 06:25 PM   #39
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Just incredible! If you don't mind, I'll be pulling up a chair and just .. well, staring lol!

This is exactly how it's done .. man! I think I'm more exited to see this project through ...
Awesome stuff man ..
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Old 11-16-2015, 03:34 AM   #40
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Thanks guys!

Not much to add, Valve clearances are done, New thermostat housing o-ring (where it bolts to head) installed, and new front water neck o-ring installed after giving them a good scrub. Getting there




Quick question about using the euro r manifold, If I get the throttle cable adaptor from rosko racing, which throttle cable should i use in my car? still using the auto pedal and cable, Will an auto BB1/4 H22A throttle cable work with the euro r manifold and RR throttle cable adaptor? Don't want to have to change pedal if I can get away with it

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