Who's got a fast Honda?

02-04-2004, 04:13 PM
I see a bunch of girls on here with stock del sol's and shit, but who actually has a fast modded Honda that they worked on themselves?

02-04-2004, 08:09 PM
my car is slow. i tried to do the exhaust myself, but it was heavy and i got crushed by it when i was under the car trying to get the hooks on. The shop did the welding for me because i dont have and airlift and welding equipment. vtec controller my friend did because all those wires scare me. the b20 block im having a shop do because they know what they're doing and i dont. sooo...i have a slow acura and i dont work on it myself.

02-04-2004, 08:14 PM
...BUT i'm gonna try to do the suspension myself, tho im not familiar with zeal Bs or tanabe sustec type2s (both are on back order so whichever gets shipped first, im getting), i just gotta find some tools compressor maybe, remove the eibach's blah blah blah and screw alignment i dont know how to do an alignment.

soooo...bash on me all you want after i F'up my suspension and not now, deal?

02-05-2004, 09:59 PM
what are you saying that you have eibach now and then what are you going to get. Eibach are a good quialty spring have and sturts go with them. If i understand you right??

02-06-2004, 01:36 AM
i have a fast honda, 92 DX weighing only 2250 lbs. With a massive 100 hp, so naturally I'm getting a big aluminum wing for downforce :screwy: :uhoh: :sly:

02-06-2004, 05:24 PM
to answer your question (but straying from thread topic) i have eibach sportlines, but stock dampers, i've had the springs for 6 months now (i've been saving for good coilovers), so i placed an order for Zeal B coilovers but they're on back order for 9 months and i didnt want to wait 9 months for $1200 coilovers, so i ordered Tanabe sustec type 2s but those are back order too but it'll only be a month and a half now. The stock dampers will be sure to blow if i dont get a new type of setup. Plus for shows I'd like to slam my car to the ground, and lift it a lil for street driving and autocross.

02-07-2004, 12:28 PM
You cant really align it yourself. It'd be easier to just take it to a tire shop.

03-12-2004, 04:53 PM
Well all ricers work on there cars them selves don't they lol

03-12-2004, 11:42 PM
Well all ricers work on there cars them selves don't they lol

WTF? :eek7:

03-13-2004, 01:10 AM
how hard can some stickers be? :rolleyes:

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