Haha if that's the case, my son will probably get to drive that. He might be ashamed of drying an old POS that consumes gasoline, and plays compact discs and cassette tapes lol.Well isn't gonna happend any time soon because the way you treat her she's definitely gonna live way longer than you..
Well, this motor restoration project is taking forever, but I'm still here! Big new updates to come up really soon. There's going to be one last major parts replacements game happening, before this motor gets into the Accord's engine bay, later in the future. Actually, this replacement stuff can / should be done all together at the motor swap, but the Accord is really being difficult to be treated as a daily beater anymore, and I found this CL to be very convenient when she becomes more drivable. Hence, in order to make this CL as a reliable car once again, there is going to be a few big replacements coming up to further restore her condition to a decent level. Here's my list of sections:Updated the list, after getting a huge maintenance job done, which was supposed to be completed by June lol. Took forever to collect all parts for this on my own, since my shop could only charge me with Acura dealer retail price for the parts. The delay pulled me behind until late September, but it was worth being patient during the shipments, and it's all running smooth with all fresh studs n bolts! Ended up replacing the fuel injectors, instead of cleaning, since a couple of them were cracked. Got the oil pressure switch also replaced, and there seems to be no more leaky situations happening from the P.S. pump & the oil pump areas by now. The motor idles sooo smoooth now... But, just b/c of that, the car vibrates quite noticeably by the old motor mounts now lol. Onto get those new ones next. Happy Thanks Giving Day To Everyone!!