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Julian's "new" toy - '92 Civic CX.


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1992 CX - 186,976 miles, dealer-option aftermarket sunroof. $800.

 

Mods list as of now-

 

B18C1 + S80 tranny + P72.

EX cluster

Kenwood headunit.

 

Future plans:

FIX RUST DAMNIT.

Coilovers, dunno which ones yet.

JDM ITR brake setup (4x114.3)

Sprinthart CP-Fs that I'm getting, (2)15x7 +50 (2)15x7.5 +42 with 205/50/15 Falken Ziex tires and freshly painted with Championship White.

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beautiful. my suggestion is go with function and form coilovers. heard nothing but good things about them and they slam it pretty nice. id love to have a hatchback. what did you do with the old motor??

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Damn that thing is nice man love it a few ruff spots but nothing campared to all the good wonderful pick up.

 

:happy:

 

 

looking good julian. that interior is mint! lol and the gsr swap is big bang in that car.

 

i want ripper vids naow!

 

Mhm. Just needs carpet and OEM mats, and I'm set. Oh, and maybe my Recaro. 8)

 

 

beautiful. my suggestion is go with function and form coilovers. heard nothing but good things about them and they slam it pretty nice. id love to have a hatchback. what did you do with the old motor??

 

I might, but I'm not sure if it'll feel the same in the Civic as they do in the Accord (which is what I have now)

 

The old motor is just sitting around in the garage.

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i think it would be a really good run..

 

but next time my car is on that side of the states it will have a fully built and sleeved turbo gsr thats resting under my hood *drewlz*

 

 

 

 

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i think it would be a really good run..

 

but next time my car is on that side of the states it will have a fully built and sleeved turbo gsr thats resting under my hood *drewlz*

 

 

 

 

 

only to have the axels ripped out of it again... lol

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julian, you need better motor mounts.. get some hasports, theyre DEF worth it! trust me.. the stock mounts wont hold up long, save for some prostreet mounts.. i think gopower sold me mine for $305.. but youll notice a huge difference in shifting but you will have quite a few vibrations from the stiffer mounts

 

but the car is looking great! whered you get the pedals from?

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julian, you need better motor mounts.. get some hasports, theyre DEF worth it! trust me.. the stock mounts wont hold up long, save for some prostreet mounts.. i think gopower sold me mine for $305.. but youll notice a huge difference in shifting but you will have quite a few vibrations from the stiffer mounts

 

but the car is looking great! whered you get the pedals from?

 

Later down the road, yeah. I haven't really beat on this car a whole lot, so that I don't get used to the power and then get greedy, wanting more. :laugh:

 

I got the pedals from eBay.

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