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Old 08-27-2012, 10:16 AM   #1
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91@ccord74 : 1992 Accord EX

1992 Accord Ex



Engine Bay:
F22B
Ebay Header
Ebay Downpipe
Ebay Resonator
Advance Auto Air Filter
Abs System Delete
Window Welded motor mounts



Interior:
Oem Blue Seats
Oem Blue Carpet
Blue Speaker Housing
Blue Gauge Trim
Saab Shift Boot
Clutch Safety Switch Disabled



Exterior:
Oem fog lights
Acura legend sedan front lip
18inch Black Aftermarket Rims
18% tints all round
Black Honda Tag
Antenna plugged
Battery Relocate to Trunk



Future Plans:
New OemWhite Paint Job
92-96 H22a
Vht Tail Lights
H.I.D 8k Lows and Fogs
Aftermarket Steering wheel
Oem Window Visors
New Trunk Platform
Full Suspension Restore
Full Dent and Rust Removal
5% Rear Tint
Aluminum 20inch Rims
Acura Tsx Retrofit
Lambo Doors
New Windshield
Full Dynomat install
Muffler from Newer Model
2.5 Exhaust
Battery Box
O gauge Wire for relocate
Big 3 Upgrade


When I first got Her....









$400 Bucks later, F22a1 to A6 swap, Cleaned Her up and Took more Pics



















Now For the Modifications( Not Finished)

Relocated Battery To Trunk


Painted Speaker Covers


18% Tint All way around


Saab Shift Boot


2001 Se Wheels


Adjustable Coilovers

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Old 08-27-2012, 01:10 PM   #2
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Nice Clean white Ex for $400, and it came with fog lights.
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Old 08-27-2012, 08:55 PM   #3
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You've basically rescued this CB7. I applaud you for cleaning it as well as you did.

Keep up with it, and I can assure you it will reward you in the long run.

Props on dodging having to find fogs for it! Nice addition for sure!
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Old 08-28-2012, 01:06 AM   #4
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This car was practically given to you. I guess that the person who sold it to you at that price did not know what they had. Good luck..
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Old 02-10-2014, 02:46 AM   #5
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Well I pulled the engine cas I think it finally kicked the bucket while I got the engine out gotta couple of repairs to handle:

Replace Headlights
Replace Pass. Rear Quarter Panel
Seal Pass. Floor Board
Replace Windshield
Re-thread Seat Bolts
Replace Inner/Outer Tierods
Replace Axles
Replace Ucas
Upgrade to Wagon Rotors
Fix Floor Dent
Fix all Rust
Fix Clutch Leak
Vht Tails and Fogs
Inspect gas tank for water
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Old 02-10-2014, 03:11 AM   #6
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Old 03-07-2014, 02:07 AM   #7
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Getting ready to put her back on the road......

Got a F22b off a buddy off mine, but before I put it in my 92 cb I gotta handle a few things:

Car:
Install Front Brake Lines
Repair and Install Clutch Pedal and Reservoir
Replace Hoses
Repair Passenger Floor Board
Secure Sunroof DrainPipe
Swap to F22b Ecu
Install Carpet
Install Seats and Accessories
Replace Gaskets on Tailights

Engine:
Replace Clutch Assembly
Replace Throw Out Bearing
Install Tranny
Remove Intake
Replace Timing Belt
Replace Balancer Belt
Replace Water Pump
Replace All Oil Seals
Install Engine Harness
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Old 03-14-2014, 04:34 AM   #8
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Ran into a problem today, I removed the Abs system prior to doing my wire tuck, there is a line that runs from the Brake Reservoir Cylinder thing to the splitter for the front brake lines. My problem is that one of the holes that my brake line screws into on the cylinder is larger than the line that came on my car. I went to pullapart and got a cylinder from a non abs car and it wont slide all the way into the master cylinder without the plunger being pressed in. The way I see it I have two options:

1. I can get a pipe flare tool and the corrrect male fitting, modify my old line and use my regular pump

or

2. I can take the cylinder I got from pullapart and get a hacksaw and hack the pipe that goes into the Master Cylinder

Besides that Im catching hell taking my Harmonic Balancer Bolt off can find a way to keep the engine from turning with the transmission off

Oan: I finally got the balls to do a Wire Tuck, and modify my Engine Bay for Cold Air Intake.....Enjoy Pics Will B Poster in the Morning:
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Old 03-15-2014, 02:05 AM   #9
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Wire Tuck
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Old 03-15-2014, 02:47 AM   #10
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Things left to do:
Buy:
Driver Side Mount Bracket
Timing Cover Bolts
O gauge Wire
Caulk Gun
Plastic Snaps
Exhaust Hangers
Blue Rtv Silicone
Clutch Assembly
Tierods
Upper Control Arms
Driver Side Door Handle
Sheet Metal

Weld Driver Side Mount
Repair Floorboard
Clean Inside
Install Carpet
Install All Trim
Install Back and Driver Seat
Install Mt Tcu
Install Wiper Assembly
Install Fuel Injector Box
Install Spoiler
Install Bumper
Install Headlights
Replace Water Hoses
Replace Intake Gasket
Install Intake
Install Wire Harness
Fix Rust
Fix Brake Line
Replace Header Gasket
Install Header
Replace Radiator
Replace Clutch/Flex plate
Replace Throwout Bearing
Install Transmission/Axles/Shift Linkage
Replace All Fluids
Replace Dizzy O-Ring
Replace Oil Pan Seal
Modify and Install exhaust

Other:
Swap Tires
Fix Trunk Leak
Replace Uca's
Big 3 Upgrade
Redo System Wires
Replace Trunk Support
New Windshield
Repair Tint
Remove Dents
Fix Rear Bumper Sag

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Old 03-15-2014, 08:45 AM   #11
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Regarding the ABS removal, do not mix ABS boosters with non-ABS master cylinders. Pushrod lengths are diff. I believe, some have tried with horrible results. Your best bet is to reflare the larger M12 fitting onto the corresponding non-ABS line OR some parts stores may have a M10 to M12 adapter. I've seen them online.

Good luck w/ your project!
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Old 03-15-2014, 06:02 PM   #12
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Regarding the ABS removal, do not mix ABS boosters with non-ABS master cylinders. Pushrod lengths are diff. I believe, some have tried with horrible results. Your best bet is to reflare the larger M12 fitting onto the corresponding non-ABS line OR some parts stores may have a M10 to M12 adapter. I've seen them online.

Good luck w/ your project!
I wish I knew this earlier, played around for 7 hours trying to make it work
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Old 03-23-2014, 01:43 AM   #13
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Progress....

Under the Hood:
Alternator
Power Steering
Header
Swap Dizzy
Water Neck
Radiator
Wire Harness
Finish Intake
Flush Water Out Oil
Clutch/Flywheel/Throwout
Transmission
Convert Brake Line to M12
Big 3 Upgrade
Map Sensor

Inside:
Clean Door Interior
Clean Roof
Fix All Floor Cracks
Rear Pass Seat Belts
Fix Seat Belt Threads
Replace Door Handle
Carpet
Seats
Trim
Tape ABS Wires
Pass Tint Repair

Trunk:
Finish Priming Trunk
Clean Interior
Drain Plug
Fix Rust
Fix Water Leak

Outside:
Header Gasket
Side Markers
Driver Side Chrome Panel
Sunroof Visor
Suspension
Fix Rust
Bumper Lift
Front Mud Flaps

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Old 03-27-2014, 01:32 PM   #14
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