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Old 02-16-2018, 09:58 PM   #1
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Randomcustoms: 1992 Accord EX



Engine :

95 Accord SIR h22a
MP0A LSD auto trans
1.5 plenum spacer
Integra 60mm throttle body
Plenum bored to match
Dc sports 4-2-1 header
Megan Test pipe
Magnaflow cat back exhaust
Cold air intake
Egr block off plate

Exterior :

90-91 sedan front bumper
90-91 Jdm one piece headlights
90-91 Jdm fog lights
Hid- high, low and fog lights
Led turn signals
Led Bumper lights that blink and run
3rd brake light flasher relay
acura legend front lip
cd5 rear lip
All chrome trim blacked out
(not completely finished)
Color matched grille and headlight surrounds
Oem roof rack
Oem Crv bike attachments
08 Accord aero wipers
16 odyssey rear wiper arm and wiper

Interior :

Cl map lights


Suspension / brakes / wheels :


Tein street advance coil overs
Spc front upper ball joints
Spc rear upper camber arm
Megan racing rear lower control arms
Suspension techniques front and rear sway bars
Energy suspension bushings through out
2012 Accord front brake calipers
2001 Acura rl front brake rotors (11.8)
Goodridge stainless brake lines
5 lug conversion using
ody front knuckles
prelude rear hubs
16 x7.5 +65 ap1 wheels all the way around
1. wheel spacers in the front
.875 wheel spacers in the back


Audio / electronics :

Oem alarm system (need a new remote)
Variable intermittent front wipers
Intermittent rear wiper

Future plans :

Tinted windows
Lighted window switches
Lighted mirror switch
Heated mirrors
Intersection lights
96/97 Accord steering column
Newer steering wheel with radio controls
Backup camera and mirror
Custom rear brake brackets
2012 Accord rear rotors (11.1)


Wants :

Value sports wing
Value sports rear lip
Intersection lights
Edm rear fog
Half antenna
Rear cargo rubber mat
Digital climate control
Left hand drive fresh air vent
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Old 02-17-2018, 08:20 AM   #2
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I love it. Nice wagon man!
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Old 02-17-2018, 06:39 PM   #3
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nice mod list you got there so far. i want a wagon one day. how do you like those ST sway bars?
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Old 02-17-2018, 10:37 PM   #4
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Love it! Very nice selection of mods.
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Old 02-18-2018, 11:29 AM   #5
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Thank you guys very much for the nice comments!

Iíve been workin on rebuilding the suspension and brakes for almost a year now. I originally tore the car apart to change a flex plate that broke in two last year.
And I figured it was time to do some maintenance too.

Itís only been running for a week now, so I canít say too much on how different the sway bars feel. I had cd7 ex bars on it, and there is a notice difference in body roll. The car feels much better! But I upgraded the bushings and from skunk2 struts and tein s tech springs to the tein coilovers, and camber kits. So a few too many changes, to tell for sure what has made the difference.
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Old 02-18-2018, 10:04 PM   #6
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This looks to be well thought out and executed. Looking forward to more progress!
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Old 02-19-2018, 06:39 AM   #7
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About a year ago I was driving to work and pulled out on the highway, and When the car shifted to second, it just revved. So after checkin a few things I determined it must’ve been the flex plate. So I pulled the engine and trans out and that’s what I found




So after that instead of just replacing the flex plate, I decided to fix and upgrade some other things I had been needing to do. I had a seized rear brake caliper, stretched e brake cables, some abs issues(still haven’t solved yet). The car ended up being down for the last 10 months, mainly working on the suspension and brakes.i had esp mounts sitting there from my last two cb’s, and some other random odds and ends.
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Old 02-19-2018, 07:01 AM   #8
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One of the most important things I had to work on was fixing some rust issues. It seems the previous owner had a battery explode and it rusted out all around the battery tray and down the bay onto the abs pump and front crossmember.

rusted bay


Repainted bay


I cut out the hole beside the battery tray larger to accept a full cold air intake.

I also cleaned up most of the suspension

I repainted the subframe, lower control arms, brake booster, and other odds and ends.

I used Spray in bed liner on the knuckles and inner fender wells, shock forks.





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Old 02-19-2018, 07:25 AM   #9
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Last year I decided to switch to the newer aero style wipers. I repainted my wiper arms, and I’m running 2008 crosstour front wipers. And in the rear I am running 2016 odyssey rear wiper arm and wiper.
From there I converted over to variable speed intermittent front wipers, with a 95 Accord v6 icu.
( thanks to lucifer1’s write up )
Being a wagon I started with an odyssey wiper switch. The intermittent function worked but not the highs. I double checked and rewired everything. Still no luck!
Before figuring that out I tried to take on a second project, which was borrowed from another forum and car all together. Intermittent rear wiper setup! which uses 97 crv parts. After figuring out the sub harness and getting the parts for that, I bough a 96-97 wagon wiper stalk. And then everything was working perfectly! The front intermittent worked correctly, the low and high speeds also worked. And the rear wiper now wipes once every 6-8 seconds instead of how uselessly fast it wiped before!








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Old 02-19-2018, 09:10 AM   #10
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All very nice, functional modifications! Keep up the great work.
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Old 02-19-2018, 09:13 AM   #11
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Old 02-19-2018, 05:18 PM   #12
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Great work. Love me a fast wagon.
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Old 02-20-2018, 06:20 AM   #13
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thank you Jarrett!
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