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Old 04-26-2019, 07:26 AM   #11
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i ordered spark wires and a fuel filter ... if only it could be that easy ^^
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Old 05-05-2019, 10:06 AM   #12
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yiha !! i solved my problem with sparkplug wires..... tey were only 3 years old but crappy ... went for big NGK ones and it's OK
next step, clutch kit!!! grandMa' is 333Mkm ... the time has come ^^
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oh yes, so happy with that great victory ^^
the clutch job is pain in the A-- few bolts left and the tranny will be down !
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clutch job is done, i changed the bushings of the torque-mount but the others will have to be changed too... i ordered a full set from the US but some of them are different :-/ so i'll fix them with "window glue" (don't know how you call it here ^^)
few ball joint to change and convert it to ethanol(E85) as usual with my old honda and it will be fine
16" Volvo rims, H&R springs, Kayaba struts and a full paint (too many dents) ....have to choose the colour still.... the OEM one is perfect but i'm gonna do it with montana paint ^^ so it will be more "cheap"
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just tried the REAR accord CB kayaba stuts and i can tel they don't fit that well ...i put H&R lowering springs on and the car is 3 inches lower i guess, maybe more (the tire is just under the fender...it's beautifull but hard !)
i'll have to modify the struts (fork maybe) to make it upper.
tomorow i'll modify them and try the front ones ! i wish it could be good this time ...
the springs diameter are different too (i first tried to mix legend struts and daccord CB springs)
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