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Old 09-16-2018, 04:27 PM   #1
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Daily: 1990 accord LX

This was the first car I've owned. Took it home at the age of 19 (a little old for first car I know). I am now 25 and have had the car for quite a while. Just wanted to give active members an introduction. Over the years you could see there has been minor changes and lots of mods that don't meet the eye. However after figuring out there is frame damage and caster could not be properly aligned, I have decided to start with a fresh chassis. A 1993 accord Special Edition which I will be showing in a separate ride thread. Although this one has frame damage I am happy I've owned it the past 6 years. The knowledge I've gained on vehicles has grown greatly from my experience with it. Also it has been h swapped and converted to manual. So not only is it my first car, but it is also the car I leaned to drive stick shift in.

  • Hc1 front bumper lip
  • 98 cg accord side skirts
  • cd5 accord OEM wheels
  • Yakima roof rack with yakima high road bike racks
  • OEM Stanley JDM fog lights
  • Clear DEPO corner lights
  • Amber side markers
  • Red/Clear Tail lights
  • Acura CL front knuckle assembly for R.O.H. conversion
  • Stock front disk brakes
  • 93' accord ex rear disc brake conversion
  • Function form type 1 coilovers
  • Energy Suspension Full polyurethane bushing kit
  • SPC front and rear camber kits
  • Prelude bb4 front seats
  • Nrg woodgrain quick release
  • 91' Accord SE full black leather door panel set
  • A few other black interior parts
  • 95' Prelude JDM H22A Engine Installed and reconditioned by WERDWERX Garage
  • NGK spark plugs
  • Ebay "cold air intake"
  • accord 5 speed transmission (reconditioned & conversion by Werdwerx Garage)
  • p13 ecu
  • FFC shifter cable solid bushing
  • DC sports ceramic header
  • Ebay 2.25" exhaust
  • megan racing dual outlet muffler

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Old 09-21-2018, 03:54 PM   #2
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Good job man!!
This looks really good.
That is awesome you had your H22 reconditioned by Werd, he always does a
fantastic job.

Got any engine bay shots??
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Old 09-21-2018, 10:11 PM   #3
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When you say frame damage, do you mean the actual structure of the body, or the cross members? The cross members can be replaced and the body structure can be straightened on a frame rack - don't give up on it!
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Old 09-21-2018, 11:45 PM   #4
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Good job on the your first CB and you’ve got your work cut out for you if you’re swapping everything over to the SE. Lots of great parts at least. You’re in So Cal so it’s great to see another nice CB going back out on the streets again. Maybe I’ll see it sometime.
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Old 09-25-2018, 09:37 AM   #5
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looks good keep up the work man
back at it again
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