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My "new" '90 Civic Si hatch...


Kasper

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Just picked up this 1990 Civic Si hatch last weekend. It's in pretty good condition overall. The body is straight, and the interior is very clean. The engine just needs a little TLC. It idles a little funny, and I believe the rear main seal is leaking, but that's an easy fix. Other than that, it looks good. I'll be checking in whenever I need something, so I'll update the pics along the way too...

These are from the day I got the car, so the motor has be cleaned and the interior has been vacuumed and wiped down.

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Just picked up this 1990 Civic Si hatch last weekend. It's in pretty good condition overall. The body is straight, and the interior is very clean. The engine just needs a little TLC. It idles a little funny, and I believe the rear main seal is leaking, but that's an easy fix. Other than that, it looks good. I'll be checking in whenever I need something, so I'll update the pics along the way too...

These are from the day I got the car, so the motor has be cleaned and the interior has been vacuumed and wiped down.

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nice bro looks good i got a 91 civic hatch SIR conversion but overall looks good and the seats look like there in great shape nice work mang

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  • 4 weeks later...

UPDATE!! I got the new tires I was waiting for, and lowered her today... An extra sweet surprise was pulling the front wheels off for the first time and finding cross drilled & slotted rotors! The guy I bought it from didn't mention them, so I was pretty excited w00t

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It actually has a camber kit already... I haven't been able to figure out what company made it, but it's already set to the furthest out setting(pulling the top of the tire outward) The tires only cost $135 for the front two, so I might just leave it as is and see how long it takes to run through a set... I want to swap the no-name brand coilovers out for some H&R springs though...And get some new struts while I'm at it...It's just supposed to be a commuter car, but when you're into modding like I am, it's hard to leave ANYTHING alone...I hate knock-off crap.

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I don't know much about the 4th gen's, so does anyone know what lip this is? Its two halves, split right in the center of the bumper... I like it, but the guy had screwed some wood screws into it to make it stay. Just one more thing I'll have to fix in due time...

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