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Old 04-12-2009, 08:17 PM
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going tomorrow and i'm going to order a nose mask/cargo cover and a arm rest found out my stealer ship will match college hill's honda.
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It's dark out, and I've got a headache, I'll get some this week sometime.

Oh, I also parked it in the sun bright and early in the morning to let the window tint bake a bit too.


I did that before when I first got the tint. I would actually change sides every 2 hours or so to get both sides done faster
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Old 04-12-2009, 08:29 PM
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I did that before when I first got the tint. I would actually change sides every 2 hours or so to get both sides done faster
Nah, I didn't go that far, but I did park it out of the shade from my "driveway tree".

To be honest, I really have no reason to roll down the windows, as I only had the rears tinted. The biggest thing I have a problem with is not being able to use the rear defroster in the mornings.
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Old 04-12-2009, 08:49 PM
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Old 04-12-2009, 10:38 PM
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Washed, and added the OEM rear bumper protector. I like how it breaks up the orange on the bumper.Also made a plug for the hole they drilled in my bumper
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Finished my oem sport pedals looks like they shoulda come from the factory! Beautiful if I may say so myself.
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Old 04-13-2009, 12:03 AM
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Old 04-13-2009, 12:16 AM
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tried to get my crank bolt loose to put on my Unorthodox pulley.
Dang its tight (as others have said)
I need a mother of an air gun as my 'up to 360 ft lbs' 1/2 incher failed

It is only a 10 minute job to change the pulley once that friggin bolt is loose.

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Old 04-13-2009, 12:24 AM
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tried to get my crank bolt loose to put on my Unorthodox pulley.
Dang its tight (as others have said)
I need a mother of an air gun as my 'up to 360 ft lbs' 1/2 incher failed

It is only a 10 minute job to change the pulley once that friggin bolt is loose.
Tork, are you using an NST underdrive or lightweight crankshaft pulley?
Have you experienced any engine reliability issues using these lightweight pulleys?

Have been contemplating on these for a while, but am concerned that loosing the harmonic balancer might cause issues in the long run.

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Old 04-13-2009, 03:23 AM
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fit needs a wash...hopefully this week.
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Old 04-13-2009, 08:57 AM
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Hello everyone....
This is my Jazz (Fit version in Asia) pics...
I've made some minor changes with it...
And I named it Shiro which means White, or sometimes I call it Whitey...







the first minor changes are:

- 17" WorkEmotion CRkai Rims
With 205/45/17 Accelera tyres

- Duralumin Rays Lock Nut

- Sustec Tanabe DF210 spings suspension lowering kit (ideal both for daily and race )

- Honda Type R Emblem front & rear (change its aura )

- Custom 40% black window tint front and 80% the rest

- Custom intake manifold (header) & downpipe

latest pic (changed CRkai 17" rims with 16" BuddyClub P1 Racing)




please give me your critics...but not too harsh please


cheers....

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Old 04-13-2009, 09:10 AM
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Tork, are you using an NST underdrive or lightweight crankshaft pulley?
Have you experienced any engine reliability issues using these lightweight pulleys?

Have been contemplating on these for a while, but am concerned that loosing the harmonic balancer might cause issues in the long run.
Not the under drive (they dont make one for the fit, 85% of the gains come from it being lighter)
Not worried about the other, have used them on cars I have put over 150K miles on without issues.
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Old 04-13-2009, 09:36 AM
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Hello everyone....
This is my Jazz (Fit version in Asia) pics...
I've made some minor changes with it...
And I named it Shiro which means White, or sometimes I call it Whitey...







the first minor changes are:

- 17" WorkEmotion CRkai Rims
With 205/45/17 Accelera tyres

- Duralumin Rays Lock Nut

- Sustec Tanabe DF210 spings suspension lowering kit (ideal both for daily and race )

- Honda Type R Emblem front & rear (change its aura )

- Custom 40% black window tint front and 80% the rest

- Custom intake manifold (header) & downpipe

latest pic (changed CRkai 17" rims with 16" BuddyClub P1 Racing)




please give me your critics...but not too harsh please


cheers....
very nice!!!

Your car is clean and very sharp.
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Old 04-13-2009, 09:47 AM
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very nice!!!

Your car is clean and very sharp.
thank you Sir...
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I installed the front grille protector and floor mats and the rear bumper applique that protects the bumper from scratches (by covering it with a big black piece of sandpaper?? -- well whatever, wife wanted it).
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Today I got a tracking # for these...



Thanks to MK Donz!
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Washed her this weekend. She is lookin' haaaawwwwwt!!!
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Old 04-13-2009, 10:39 PM
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Not the under drive (they dont make one for the fit, 85% of the gains come from it being lighter)
Not worried about the other, have used them on cars I have put over 150K miles on without issues.
Cool! Thanks for the feedback Tork.
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Old 04-14-2009, 03:43 PM
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