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Looking for a shop to work on engine

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    Looking for a shop to work on engine

    Im current looking for a shop that can take care of everything under the hood of my 93 SE . I live in west palm beach

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ID:	4982423Im looking to remove it all , paint engine bay and install as much new parts as we can find


      That engine bay looks super clean already.
      FSAE (F Series Accord Enthusiasts) ..."A dying breed thats taking it to the next level" Lucky #13
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        Do your homework!! Bunch of folks on here including myself took their cars to shops to have what you want done and it turned out bad. You pay for what you get, so don't go with a cheap shop to do this work if you want good results.


          Listen to Grumpy and Raf they know what they say.

          Obviously wear items like distributor cap, rotor, wires, etc. have a finite lifespan and need replacement. But at this point you need to think more in terms of preservation rather than restoration. The best strategy I found is to continue looking on EB and with luck you can locate NOS parts. Also keep checking with dealers who have access too inventory database from other dealers. It's hit or miss but you can get lucky. Collect part numbers from dealer sites like Majestic Honda and even if the parts are discontinued contact Vintage Parts and see if they may have them.

          Treat all plastic, hoses, weather seals and rubber parts routinely with products like AT-205, 303 Aerospace Protectant (or similar) to keep them soft and repel ultraviolet. It's not just about appearance but extending the life of discontinued parts.

          In my experience aftermarket is a last resort when new, used our remanufactured are no longer an option...
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