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Hello there! New user intro post #1198588018221

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    Hello there! New user intro post #1198588018221

    Heyo all,
    I've got a boring ol' tan 1991 LX sedan, autotragic, but with only 116k miles on it. Total grandma car, interior's mint and all the auto stuff works, just a little corner damage (and now a shitload of rock chips of course, ugh). I got it about a year ago for a steal of a deal at only $2300... had to just about beat off everyone else with a stick to get it.

    All I do is 98% highway driving, and this is to-date the best car I've owned. 31mpg is pretty easy to get, even with the auto. Needed shit like all the ball joints and brakes and fluids and tires that you expect on a 31 year old car, and I dumped a few hundred bucks into audio kit, but other than the incidentals it's not skipped a beat or needed anything more than gas and oil.

    I'm mostly just here to share any tidbits of info I learn as I work on it, as well as to pick y'alls brain on the weird stuff I don't understand. I come from the Subaru and farm equipment world before this (may that Forester R.I.P), so Japanese designs aren't foreign and I can reason through most mechanical stuff, but Honda certainly does.... some things differently.

    couple pics for shits and giggles:






























    have a good week y'all!

    #2
    Minty!!!

    Welcome to the board!

    Replies here may be slow, and only from a few of the same active members, but rest assured, these guys that are replying, has been in the game for a long while and would be able to guide you with the correct knowledge you seek.

    MRT

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      #3
      Welcome

      1992 Honda Accord EX My Ride Thread H23A BLUE TOP Complete

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        #4
        Looks good, these are some of the best automobiles ever made. Not too complex but with the basics and reliability to get from point A to point B comfortably and safely.

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          #5
          thanks! Reliability is understated, despite still needing normal old-car maintenance she has never stopped starting every single time I ask her to.

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            #6
            Do yourself the biggest favor and get rid of that captive rotor setup and convert it to a rotor over hub setup from a 1999 Acura CL with the 2.3. It would make basic brake maintenance so much easier. Nice 1991! I can never find another clean sedan out here in New England.
            Henry R
            Koni/Neuspeed
            1992 Accord LX R.I.P
            1993 Accord EX OG since 'o3
            Legend FSM

            'You see we human beings are not born with prejudices, always they are made for us,
            made by someone who wants something' -1943 US War Department video

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