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ok guys heres the hatchback that ive worked on and its actually my first car :) when we bought it it was a salvaged car, its still a work in progress :)

 

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and here is how it looks after we did some beating and jb welding, just temporary though :D

 

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looks damn good if you ask me

 

still not a em1 though, its a EG6 :p

 

future plans?

 

thanks :)

 

yeah i know lol

 

umm future plans as you guys can tell bounce around more than a fat chick on thanksgiving..

 

right now im wanting to get all the body work done and looking like new. interior only has two this wrong, glovebox is tan and the passenger door needs some glue on the fabric. everything else inside is perfect. might go with a nice set of wheels, not sure what i want yet, i like the look of your blades though. but most importantly im trying to get a paint job by the end of the summer. might stick with the light si blue. or may get a midnight blue.

 

im leaning towards another motor b16a2,b18c1, maybe even a k20 type r haha

 

then hopefully the swap will see a turbo

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BOOST FTMFW NIGGRA :thumbsup:\

 

k series swaps cost serious cash.. cost my friend in the neighborhood of 10k to do his full swap engine price included... i say go B

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BOOST FTMFW NIGGRA :thumbsup: \

 

k series swaps cost serious cash.. cost my friend in the neighborhood of 10k to do his full swap engine price included... i say go B

 

yeah i may go b16a2 and turbo after a few months. if i get ahold of a c1 it will really be fun

 

 

or i could go spoon :devil:

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still not a em1 though, its a EG6 :p

 

well, its actually an EH3 which is the code for 92-95 si.

 

EG6 is jdm rhd civic from the jap land.

 

sick car, though, wish i had a sunroof.

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nice car, deff my fav types of hatches.

 

if your scrapped for cash just to get the body sorted i don't see how you are going to manage a k-swap. for the money you would spend you could easily buy a whole other faster car.

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looks really great! Good work! :) I wannnttsss! hehe

 

mine! hehe lol. thanks

looks good man. cant wait to see progress on it.

 

body work is first, paintjob second. then performance :thumbsup:

well, its actually an EH3 which is the code for 92-95 si.

 

EG6 is jdm rhd civic from the jap land.

 

sick car, though, wish i had a sunroof.

 

the sunroof is cool, it had trouble opening sometimes, but it still works great

nice car, deff my fav types of hatches.

 

if your scrapped for cash just to get the body sorted i don't see how you are going to manage a k-swap. for the money you would spend you could easily buy a whole other faster car.

 

k swaps are just for kicks, giggles, and cranny lol. ill go b series if anything. i love this hatch, not a huge fan of the 88-91. i like the round hatches :)

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  • 6 months later...

yeah but it still needs a lot done. the quarters are gone and the back bumper is not aligned at all. its salvaged so i may just slap some winter nubbies on it and use it for a winter beater. this summer it will most likely be stripped down to just the front seats and carpet lol

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