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AJHS2011's 1996 Civic Ex
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(09-06-2012, 12:28 PM)Artikgrau325is Wrote:  
(09-05-2012, 08:13 PM)AJHS2011 Wrote:  I will do the best I can on the tuck but probably won't be doing to much of anything. I will still be running a/c, p/s, windshield washers, and cruise control. So it will still look sloppy in there. Sad

Welcome, I'm happy to hear that you are keeping all the options, a lot of people like to rip them all out and it makes me wonder why they got an EX instead of a DX.

Sorry to hear about the motor, doesn't seem like it slowed ya down any though. Good stuff.


My Crx has none of those options. So it's a luxury to have those which is why I'm keeping them. Not to mention and holds the value pretty high for the car.

The motor was in desperate need of a full rebuild. The hoses to and from the radiator were filled up with what looked like dirt-dobber nests. Also inside the water-pump etc.
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Just an update. Still waiting on parts to come in.

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It's been a while. It's come a long way since I've posted in here. I got my motor put together and added a few little of my touches to it.

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nice.. but i kinda liked the rims before...
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Wooh you work fast! Good to see it's on the road again! Sad to see what happened to the Si wheels though, those were nice.
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#17
Nice shiftknob
-Jay was here
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#18
Haven't been on in a while.

Civic is still running strong. Gotta get these windows fixed though.

Plasti-dipped the Si's green. I get a lot more compliments on the car now the. I did before and the reason for doing it is to be different then everyone else even if people don't like it.

The way I see it, you're not the one driving it, I am. Lol Smile

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#19
It looks really high imo, do u plan on lowering?
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(05-22-2013, 11:14 AM)Jay5 Wrote:  It looks really high imo, do u plan on lowering?

When I purchased the car it had cut springs on it. I went months like that and just couldn't take it anymore, bought shocks/springs at a junkyard off a eg coupe and it rides much better. This car honestly is for daily driving and reliability.

I actually just bought a boosted Crx Smile it will be my weekend beater lol Thumbup
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