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Old 09-09-2018, 01:40 AM   #1
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jamin_jacob: 1991 Accord EX


the day I got her all stock with a blown motor
the last show i went to befor i tore it apart again for the rebuild


[b]mod list

engine

f22b
airis 12:1 piston
maxspeeding rods
supertech valves
+1mm on exhuast
supertech guides
supertech seals
crower stage 3 cam
crower dual valve springs
adjustable cam gears
stage 3 intake manifold port
70mm throttle body
egr welded shut
iacv welded shut
auto to manual swap innovation mount
m2y4 trans
xtd-9 pound flywheel
xtd-6 puck

exterior
1000g of flake
flush mount spoiler off an Acura Vigor
custom Kia sun burnt orange paint

suspension ]
k sport coil overs off a bb6 prelude
stock top hats
custom traction bar
ef upper control arms w/ adjustable bushings


interior

fully gutter beside dash door panels and center console
momo start seat

radio delete plate
a/c panel delete plate
engine hr gauge
wideband gauge


audio/ electronics

im lucky my windows still roll up
every unused connector and wire has been deleted


future plains

get the car running


bought a second car for the manual swap


got it all together with a f22b dohc



got some wheels suspension and a eg lip



h&r springs with lotek struts. rode good for a month then the rears blew they offer to replace them but i got other instead






getting ready to paint





you can see i got the acura vigor wing cut n molded to the rear bumper
also shaved the antenna and windshield washer nozzles





car was down for a week due to leaking valve cover seals
decided to make a traction bar powder coat the valve cover and port and poling the intake manifold add a 70mm throttle body and 450cc injector trailer the car to get street tuned







i got a pretty bad motor from the jdm supply with sludge build up and leaking valve seaks, i also sucked up some water and bent a valve so i decided to rebuild























curently working on finishing the engine bay and waiting on the motor to get back from the machine shop!
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Old 09-09-2018, 03:28 AM   #2
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Yeesh, who thought Dookie Brown was a good idea? Nice save. Got any more shots of the finished rear lip spoiler? I do love molded lips!
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Old 09-09-2018, 05:04 AM   #3
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Yeesh, who thought Dookie Brown was a good idea? Nice save. Got any more shots of the finished rear lip spoiler? I do love molded lips!
yea it was the worst color ever. yea the car was saved 3 times
1 now rear quarter panels been replaced why idk.
2 the previous owner got it from a junkyard put a motor in it and his son blew it up.
3 I saved it from going the scrap yard no one wanted it because of the dookie brown paint & blown motor. I saw a diamond in the ruff

this is the only picture I have at the moment can get more if you want later

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Old 09-13-2018, 01:44 AM   #4
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Question rewiring the hole car !

decided to rewire the whole car.

made the fuse panel, mounting it behind the drivers seat

the battery is behind passager to help distribute weight.

made a radio delete plate, thats where all the switches are going

the hour gauge, afr gauge, and oil pressure gauge are going where the a/c panel was


here are some update





if anyone has any wire diagrams for the door switch, hazards, or the cluster that would help a ton!
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Old 09-13-2018, 10:44 AM   #5
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Get a 90-93 Accord Haynes manual. It’ll have all the diagrams you’ll need. It’s a must have for everyone who owns a CB.
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Old 09-19-2018, 07:32 PM   #6
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harness bar

got all the wiring finished all finished.

making a harness bar out of some spare 1" dom tubing
thinking about tieing it in at the rear pillars from the center of the hoop
like make a rear strut tower bar and have it attach to the same mounting points

or should I just tie it in where the rear seat belt latch was

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Old 09-19-2018, 10:17 PM   #7
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Old 09-20-2018, 06:14 AM   #8
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Nice car. That B pillar bar isn't doing much when you have a C pillar bar installed. Take it out, install a rear upper strut bar on the shocks and you'll be good. If you really want to secure the rear you can get a trunk / rear support bar. ESP makes them.

Good luck on the wiring too, you'll need a manual. That's a big job right there and hundreds of dollars if you are replacing all OEM wiring with new. Is that what you are doing?
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Old 09-20-2018, 03:03 PM   #9
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I couldn't see the point in spending money on esp or innovations products when I can make them for a fraction of the price. im a fabricator by trade and do this stuff for a living. I've sold quite a few tractions bars, solid torque mounts, lmk if you see something you want I can make another.


you can never be too safe or to stiff so adding the extra support does not matter to me. plus I like the jungle gym look its unique in an accord

its the cheap aluminum strut bars that don't do anything they have a problem with twisting... they look cool tho


I've got the whole car wired thanks to this forum so no need for a manual I used as much as the oem wiring as I could, followed everything back n cut it as far back as i could to try to get every wire behind the driver seat yes i had to extend a lot but i was also able to combine a lot to. worked at one thing at a time and my best friend was the labeler machine. my check engine light is now battery light. i was able to do a few cool things like this


got the harness bar welding up trimmed the sides down
now to add the lower support bars grind the mounts down so there not so boxy looking then paint


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Old 09-21-2018, 09:29 PM   #10
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made a buddy a traction bar for his cb7 in trade for a carbon fiber hood

yes the traction bar is upside down atm

this thing came out nice

ill post pic of the hood when it gets home
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Old 09-23-2018, 07:27 PM   #11
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thank too one member one here for the inspiration to do a sheet metal firewall...got plains to finish the car before the end of the year getting the motor back from the machine shop this week so the ants in my pants have been lit












just have to finish the passenger side and it will be time to start sanding again... until the fingers hurt I guess ...
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Old 10-03-2018, 09:56 PM   #12
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got the rear strut tower bar made

(there's will be a radius rod in place of the string for support 1 on each side to keep the harness support bar from bending in case of impact. )

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Old 10-05-2018, 03:56 PM   #13
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got the harness bar/ rear strut brace done time to clean it up and paint it





an update picture of the engine bay

started block sanding

got the wire loom hole cut. I followed the shifter cables since they're pretty well hidden in the engine bay.




here a throwback picture off hush performance instagram of my car last year



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Old 10-10-2018, 01:04 PM   #14
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First pic..
Me: ooooh it's a rusty color
Scrolled down farther
Me: oops! sweet orange!
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Old 10-10-2018, 07:20 PM   #15
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if anyone has any wire diagrams for the door switch, hazards, or the cluster that would help a ton!
Here you go!

https://postimg.cc/gallery/33bef5zaq/

Like someone else said, get the Haynes manual. It has fantastic wiring diagrams. They're SO easy to follow.
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Old 12-06-2018, 10:59 PM   #16
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v mounted my radiator and tucked it away along with making a cover plate and the stock cross beam to clean the look up a bit




my buddy Anthony Morales hooked it up and did some headlights for me
also tinted my side markers



took my old fuel pump out n replaced it with an ethonal compatible pump



replace my rear lower control arms with some bb6 adjustable control arms from weapon r

also replace the spherical bushing with some bearings





finally got my engine back from the machine shop 4-5 month later









ruff of the emblem on my valve cover



made a shift knob from an old jdm h22 camshaft with a special touch



becuase you guys insisted in me getting on of these i did have got to use it yet but im sure it will come in handy



picked up a "new" crankshaft because my engine builder did want to used oversized bearing on such a high-performance build



should be getting the short block back late next week just waiting on the pins for the balance shaft delete to come in
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Old 12-07-2018, 08:22 PM   #17
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