What'd you do to your accord today?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by HondaLuver83, Jun 23, 2010.

  1. sonni_kuba

    sonni_kuba 6GA Supporting Member

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    Took her out for a mini photo shoot after finally having the CF4 fog bumper finished, mounted, license plate relocated, and dropped to 22.5"F and 22.7"R ... Pics coming soon
     
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    changed the oil yesterday. there wasnt a lot of oil in it :lawl:
     
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    Haha! Thank you sir! I just posted over in your ride thread! I take it it worked out!
     
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    I imagine they have 4x100, which would be civics of our era car. Teggys too. Anyway, take a ruler and measure hole to hole. Techically its center to center but if you measure from hole to hole and say if you measure from the inside of one to the outside of the hole opposite, that would give you the lug pattern.
     
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    Friend wanted to go take some pictures so I figured why not
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    Photobucket really ruined the quality on this one
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    Haven't received the goody yet??


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    Cleaned up the interior.

    Received Moog rsb endlinks in the mail. :)

    Went out to take some pix of the custom-lettered emblems I put on my trunk. Pix will be out in my MR thread momentarily.
     
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    update from my wheel bolt pattern problem. I have discovered wheel adapters/spacers that change the 114.3 to 100. Yay or nay? Would be cheaper than buying new wheels but I would rather keep all 4 tires on my car unless I want them to come off. Not fly off or break off at 100kph.... halp me please.
     
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    Yeah, for the same reasons I say nay. Plus, I always do things right. Right is open to interpretation of course. For example. my way of dropping our motor slightly to remove the transmission involves plywood and a jack under the oil pan. Others may not see that as right but let me put it this way. The end result is to spec and not jerry rigged. Catch my drift?

    Back from my tangent. I think I'd be considering purchasing other wheels. Yes, an inconvenience but you could look at it like this. Less strain on your wheel bearings by not running spacers. I don't know. Haha!

    I guess if you really wanted those wheels, the "right" way would be drilling the wheels. But isn't the tradeoff here the integrity and look of the wheel? Changing the hubs would make it hard on the next owner figuring out what the right brakes for the car are. If you really care anyway. It's crazy that I really think like that or even care but I do. Haha!
     
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    alright thanks for your input. I found wheels already just have to get my tires switched over.
     
  10. RedRyder

    RedRyder Be a better driver

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    Installed Monroe hood lift supports. I didn’t realize how lazy the old ones had gotten, these supports from Rockauto raise the hood damn quick.

    Now I don’t have to prop it open with a wooden dowel anymore. :lawl:
     

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