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Old 12-10-2016, 06:08 AM   #141
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No, the guy that made my emblems did. Keele wanted to see something, so I found "something" interesting to post. Personally I'm not into that extreme styling, but I do enjoy watching people come up with original designs. However, I do want extended fenders for my wagon so I can fit some wide tires. I'm a big fan of the M&M CL7 Euro-R, but I don't think I'd go quite so wide.
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Old 12-27-2016, 04:27 PM   #142
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Old 03-03-2017, 07:04 PM   #143
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Old 03-03-2017, 07:09 PM   #144
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Uh... I got distracted again . I was going to get cams and probably the crank damper this month (thereby finishing the head and focusing on the block), but an online friend is getting rid of his RSX and I really want his Mugen strut bars. Being Mugen, they're going to be kinda pricey. So, cams in April.
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Old 04-18-2017, 08:58 PM   #145
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Milestone update: the cams (Skunk2 Pro 2s) came in today, marking the last of the head parts.


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The number of brands used was kept to a minimum (two, to be exact, excluding the head studs) to make sure that everything works as it should with every other part it interacts with. Valve train is 100% Supertech, but the springs have more than enough seat pressure to handle the S2 cams, having a higher rating than Skunk2's own recommended Pro Series springs. There is a risk of increased valve train wear because of that, but that's why I chose the less aggressive of Supertech's two spring options.

I've got to get warm-weather tires for the RSX next month, and then it's back on the H in June.

It's chuggin' along. I'll only be doing these "milestone updates" from now on, but the first post is kept up to date with each new individual part added.
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Old 06-27-2017, 05:23 PM   #146
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Took care of a few things on the RSX before getting to the last of the Accord's electronics - at least before I buy the car. The ECU will come when I'm ready to tune. This glove box cluster has been sitting around forever with two empty holes, and I finally filled them with fluid pressure gauges:

(don't mind the dirt, it's just a junkyard box I used to get the design down)


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Old 07-31-2017, 07:45 PM   #147
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Milestone update: FPR arrived; fuel system is complete!


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- Rosko rail
- RDX injectors
- Walbro 255
- AEM FPR
- AEM electronic pressure gauge
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Old 08-05-2017, 03:12 PM   #148
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I need this thread. I'll have to go back and re-read everything.
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Old 08-06-2017, 07:31 AM   #149
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Eh, it's not very interesting in all honesty. Pretty much just parts collecting up until this point, so I haven't been able to get into the real tech stuff yet. That, and I knew absolutely nothing about what I was getting myself into when I first started, so it's kinda noobish . I think the thread started as some questions I had when I began considering a build, and then I made another thread when I started picking up my first parts, and then one of the mods combined the two (which I don't disagree with). I wish I could delete everything start fresh with a clearer mind, but it's just whatever now. When I get the wagon and start an MRT, that thread will be more carefully done and I'll hope this one slides off into oblivion.


But I'm giving myself a bit of a project for a little while. When I originally pulled the engine and stripped it down I took tons of photos documenting disassembly. Well, something happened to whatever I was storing the photos on and I lost everything quite a while ago now. Since the timing side of the block is pretty complex with all the little pieces involved, and now that I'm reaching the end of my new-parts collecting, I'm finally getting around to a sort of mock reassembly. I did my best to organize and label everything as they came off, so between that and the factory service manual, I'm hoping to put together another photographic reassembly guide for myself while double-checking that I still have everything.


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