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So a lot of users are making build threads and I thought it might be a good idea to have a specific section to keep them all organized in. A lot are made in the engine/tuning/swaps sections, but theres a lot of mods that are not in that area. What do you think? It would also be beneficial for the ROTM thread so you could see their mods and pictures.

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This is my opinion on it:

 

You know how there are sections for each Honda model out there now, right? Just start a thread with your car and go from there, like how I did mine, in a way... (click sig pic)

 

CB7Tuner has something like this called the member's rides section...

 

Here's mine at CB7T.

http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=108430

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well seeing as everyone has a seperate build thread, its hard to search and find some of the ones you want, so i say make one sub thread in the engine and tuning thread, "Member Builds and Progress Thread" and just move all the build threads to there. cause i still see a lot of the build threads in the civic/crx threads. this way all the builds are in one place and easier to find

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well seeing as everyone has a seperate build thread, its hard to search and find some of the ones you want, so i say make one sub thread in the engine and tuning thread, "Member Builds and Progress Thread" and just move all the build threads to there. cause i still see a lot of the build threads in the civic/crx threads. this way all the builds are in one place and easier to find

yup thats the idea of it.

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I can make it a subforum of engine/tuning/swaps. What should it be called? "Member Builds"

not all members builds are engine mods. Some are exterior, some our suspension. and so on. I think either a project/process log forum or a member rides like truebluecb7 was mentioning

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