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Old 02-26-2015, 09:53 PM
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Re: Official 6GA DIY Master List

Originally Posted by Jushewa View Post
"Short Shift Adapter install" doesn't actually have a guide in there.
it seems that the guy that owns that web site in the link put a link to another site that had a diy for it. that link seems to be dead though. those short shift adapters aren't a hard install, so if you're looking to get one, maybe you could make a diy thread here and we'll update it.
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Re: Official 6GA DIY Master List

Originally Posted by Sketch o5 View Post
it seems that the guy that owns that web site in the link put a link to another site that had a diy for it. that link seems to be dead though. those short shift adapters aren't a hard install, so if you're looking to get one, maybe you could make a diy thread here and we'll update it.
sounds good!
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Re: Official 6GA DIY Master List

^Here's a DIY someone did on the PSPEC short shifter, might help you out. It was further down in the interior section.

http://www.6thgenaccord.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=30049
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Re: Official 6GA DIY Master List

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^Here's a DIY someone did on the PSPEC short shifter, might help you out. It was further down in the interior section.

http://www.6thgenaccord.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=30049
Yes I saw that thank you. But I'm just looking for an adapter. I'm pretty sure that's like a full blown short shifter.
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Re: Official 6GA DIY Master List

Added a few

Leather wrapped interior pieces
Door handle lights
Manual to leather/heated seat conversion (CAN)
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Re: Official 6GA DIY Master List

anyone can help me with setting specifications of F23A1 head torque?
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Re: Official 6GA DIY Master List

^It's in the FAQ:
http://www.6thgenaccord.com/forums/s...ead.php?t=4576

Scroll down to torque specs.
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Re: Official 6GA DIY Master List

Can someone point me to a good DIY for placing the car on jack stands? Not sure where the good jack points or good spots for jack stands are.
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Re: Official 6GA DIY Master List

i always placed mine at the spots the rear bolts were at on the front subframe, and just jacked the car up at the normal spots on the sides. you should be able to place the jack dead center on the bottom of the rad support and jack up the front that way, and then place your stands at the front jack points. for the rear, you can jack the whole thing up by using the rear tow hook as a jack point...that's what i did once or twice.
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