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Old 09-15-2016, 12:57 PM   #1
G. Wiffington
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G. Wiffington : 1993 Accord EX



Hello my name is Chris. I am from Baltimore Maryland. Here is my CB7. Thanks for looking!!


Engine: 2000 H22A Euro-R mated with T2W4 Trans.

F22A4 (REMOVED)

Originally purchased with 187,000 miles July 2015
Honda OEM Manual Tensioner Conversion for Timing Belt/Balancer Belt
Honda OEM Water Pump, Thermo
2 Wire IACV Conversion (from '93 VTEC Prelude)
Rosko Racing Fuel Rail Adapter, Throttle Cable Bracket, & IACV Conversion Plate (in order to run the 2 wire IACV)
USDM '93 Prelude VTEC 345cc Fuel Injectors (running the F22 resistor box)
USDM (Brand New) '95 Prelude VTEC TD-60 Distributor
NGK Iridium Spark Plugs
NGK Spark Plug Wires
Pioneer Throttle Cable (old one was sticking)
New Aftermarket FITV (on F22)
Honda OEM (Brand New) Intermediate Shaft
All new coolant line hoses
AEM SRI (still running on H22 with coupling to match bigger throttle body)
K&N Filter
Rebuilt Power Steering Pump (all new seals & Honda power steering fluid) (Running the F22 PS, pump hits the hood, ghetto hood spacers to make PS fit, H22 PS soon to come.)
Custom length Power Steering Belt (43.5" I believe)
All new engine mounts (DEA) Removed. Replaced with Innovative Mounts. (trans mount for H swap = no tapping new threads)
Megan Racing Header Removed. Replaced with DEA Header & Downpipe. (Notched front crossmember for header to fit)
Yonaka Catback Exhaust (origianlly had some Fart Can when I first purchased it)
DEA Adjustable Test Pipe, About 14" Long (Had a fitment issue with previous test pipe not being long enough)
37820-P12-A01 ECU Removed.
P28 with Hondata s300. (From phearable.net)
Dorman Oil Pan & OEM gasket (on F22)
Felpro Camshaft Seal (on F22)
ABS Delete
New Raybestos Non-ABS Brake Master Cylinder (15/16" Bore; DX/LX Models)
Integra 40/40 Proportion Valve
All new front hard brake lines (from Autozone I have lengths & part #s if anyone needs them)
Denso Radiator (OEM Radiator Cap)
I am sure I am missing a lot more..


Exterior:
Color: Rosewood Brown Metallic
Antenna delete (Honda OEM body plug)
Ebay Clear Bumper/Blinker Signals
OEM Corner Lights ( I would like some clear ones though!)
50/50 Tail Lights
Repainted the front lip
Repainted door pillars
Ebay Black Grille


Interior:
New Dorman Window Motor Regulators for Driver's window & Rear Driver's side window
Reglued fabric on all doors (they were falling off looking gross)
Black Floor mats
When installing the P12 ECU I noticed that the passengers floor was wet so I used Dupli-color Rust/Erosion Sealant Paint to protect the body from rusting & repaired the leaking spot
JVC dual Headunit (no CD-Player I don't think I own a physical CD)
Replaced Rear Top Deck speakers with Boss Audio 6"x9" (Front door speakers still sound good)
Painted Rear Top Deck Speaker Pods BLACK. (The original maroon color looked so gross! The black makes it look new-age & pretty nice too)


Suspension & Wheels
Koni STR.t Shocks
Tein H. Tech Springs (F: -1.5 R: -1.1) Rates: F:224lbs R:151lbs
All OEM Honda Top Mount Bushings
MOOG Upper Spring Seat Insulators x4
MOOG Rear Lower Spring Seat Insulators
Prothane Bushings (originally for the Front Upper Control Arms) were used as the bushing for the Rear Lower Strut Mount.
Function Form Rear Lower Control Arms
Beck/Arnley Rear Stabilizer Bar End Links
New OEM (Both sides) Upper Control Arms
New OEM (Both Sides) Rear Upper Control Arms
MOOG LBJs
MOOG Inner & Outer Tie Rods
MOOG Left & Right Steering Rack Bellows
New OEM Sway Bar End Links
ACDELCO Radius Rod Bushings
Beck/Arnely Left & Right Outter Tie Rod Ends
Duralast Gold Passegner CV Axle (second one replaced)
Raxles CV Axle Driver's Side
OEM Front Wheel Bearings (Both Sides)
OEM Front Wheel Hubs (Both Sides)
Drilled rotors & Ceramic Brake Pads (Front)
New Ceramic Brake Pads (Rear)
Rear Passenger side Reman. Brake Caliper
Ebay "JDM" Upper Strut Bars (Front & Back)
G-Force High Performance BFGoodRich size: 205/50/16
Sport Edition CE Bright Satin w/ Machined Lip 16" (came with car when I bought it)


Future Plans:
Coilovers ( I went with Koni Struts & Tein Springs instead)
Gold BBS????? (I wish)
Repainted (there are a few spots that are chipping? I think this car was repainted by some dumb dumb because they painted over rust haha)
Remove Tint (Done)
Delete Fart Can (Done)

H22?? Install Summer 2017
Turbo??

This is not everything I have done to my CB, it is just a small list off the top of my head.




An older picture of my CB & I (End of Summer 2015)



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2017





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Old 09-15-2016, 02:05 PM   #2
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Thanks for posting! Were you able to fit the speaker covers back on after putting the new rear speakers on? and if so, did you have any issues with annoying vibrating sounds?
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Old 09-15-2016, 03:19 PM   #3
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Thanks for posting! Were you able to fit the speaker covers back on after putting the new rear speakers on? and if so, did you have any issues with annoying vibrating sounds?
Yes sir! They fit nicely & the sound is awesome! No vibrating.
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Old 09-15-2016, 10:35 PM   #4
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93 EX should have an F22A6 engine - F22A4 swapped in by previous owner?
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Old 09-19-2016, 12:07 PM   #5
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93 EX should have an F22A6 engine - F22A4 swapped in by previous owner?
Yeah! Bought it with the A4 in it. It's funny because it still had the PT6 ECU in it when I went to do the P12 installation.
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Old 09-12-2017, 03:59 PM   #6
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Pulling out the F22A4




The removal wasn't too bad. I just had to find that good angle.
Lol I had the leveler thing backwards at first so I couldn't get a good angle. I did have to pull out the radiator to increase the amount of room.
I kept yanking it forward with every crank of the lift so that the IM could clear the vent part where the wipers are. It was fun & dirty!
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Old 09-12-2017, 04:01 PM   #7
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Surprise Surprise!

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Old 09-12-2017, 04:03 PM   #8
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Euro R goodness I see

You won't be disappointed, even if you use the stock transmission
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Old 09-12-2017, 07:44 PM   #9
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Did you get the trans too? Either way, you'll love it.
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Old 09-13-2017, 11:10 AM   #10
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Your definitely on the right track with this Accord. Your going to love the Euro-R, once you finally get all the kinks figured out!
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Old 09-13-2017, 11:36 AM   #11
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Euro R goodness I see

You won't be disappointed, even if you use the stock transmission
YES the complete swap. I am so stoked to get to feel the LSD trans! I have more pics I just have to find time to upload.
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Old 09-13-2017, 11:37 AM   #12
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Did you get the trans too? Either way, you'll love it.
Yes I got the trans as well! So damn clean. I will post pics soon!
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Old 09-13-2017, 11:38 AM   #13
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Your definitely on the right track with this Accord. Your going to love the Euro-R, once you finally get all the kinks figured out!
Thank you. I loved it with the F22 in it so I can only imagine how awesome the Euro is going to be!
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Old 09-13-2017, 11:50 AM   #14
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I posted this in another thread but it was actually an accident that I got the Euro from Steve at HMO lol. I originally ordered the H22A with non-LSD trans. But, when Steve & I were talking on the phone he asked if I was a member of CB7Tuner & I was like hell yeah man, that's my favorite website. Steve calls me about a week later to give me an update that he was going to hook me up with the H22A + M2B4 because he loves CB7Tuner (thank you other members for your HMO loyalty!)..so I was already blown away at that point. Then a few days later Steve called to tell me my order has shipped but, says I have a surprise for you...I was scared when he said that actually haha. He said my guys read the order wrong & instead of sending you the H22 with LSD they tested & sent the Euro R with the T2W4.

Sweet deal if you ask me.
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Old 09-13-2017, 12:04 PM   #15
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that's one hell of a hookup, maybe I should call Steve back and ask for a transmission.
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Old 09-13-2017, 12:09 PM   #16
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that's one hell of a hookup, maybe I should call Steve back and ask for a transmission.
Haha do it. He loves the CB7Tuner family for sure.
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Old 09-13-2017, 12:11 PM   #17
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I need to clean up the bay..it is so disgusting.

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Old 09-13-2017, 12:19 PM   #18
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Old 09-13-2017, 12:25 PM   #19
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40/40 Prop Valve for the ABS Delete.

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Old 09-13-2017, 12:28 PM   #20
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Seal Retainer Kit ($1.79 I think?) along with dipstick o-ring

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