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Old 01-18-2019, 04:08 PM   #101
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Nice CB, keep up the great work.

You do anything with the all clear tail lights?
Thank you. They have just been sitting on my table, I really haven't touched
my CB at all due to the cold weather. Basically just have a few parts to put
on once it warms up.
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Old 01-18-2019, 04:51 PM   #102
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Just finally found this picture! It was from Honda Day when I won first place
but they accidentally handed me the 3rd place trophy. I was looking at it like
what the hell is 3rd place!?


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Old 03-20-2019, 12:16 PM   #103
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Repaired my D10 signal wire from wideband to ECU.

About a month ago I took the CB to get groceries & it was right after it
rained. I was almost to the store when I encountered a "round-about".
I decided to test out the suspension & LSD. Lol man that Euro R is torquey
because I was spinning pretty good after I went through the circle & gave it
some gas.

Anyway..I park the car & come back out to notice at idle my wideband read
14.7 AFR but my laptop said 12.0 AFR. I adjusted the ELD voltage
compensation in SManager but it didn't effect the laptop reading until the offset
was at 2.0V offset! wow, I knew something in the wideband wiring was wacky.

Checked my power, which was fine. Checked my ground since usually that is
the culprit for weird voltage readings but that was fine as well. Only one left
was the signal wire which ended up being loose from a poorly crimped
butt connector.

I finally bought a decent soldering gun so I soldered all three of the wires
just to ensure they were strong connections.

Put it all back together & everything is great! Now the voltage offset on my
laptop is at 0! So my wideband & SManager read identical now.

I am glad to have finally bought a soldering gun..NO MORE CONNECTORS
FOR ME!

Now if only I would have soldered the wires for that Civic Coupe lol.
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Old 03-20-2019, 12:22 PM   #104
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I have been working on the civic for the past two months.

I cannot wait for you guys to see this thing, it is so awesome!!

I will put up pictures very soon, I just want to make sure everything works
& runs.

I am waiting on the radiator/slim fan & the alternator belt.
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Old 05-18-2019, 10:48 AM   #105
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I haven't posted anything about the CB in a while..
It still runs like a champ! There's nothing like that H22
VTEC.

I still have yet to put on my RPF1s..hopefully I will do that soon.
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