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  • Last Activity: 11-15-2014 10:06 AM
  • Join Date: 08-03-2009
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  1. 04-07-2012 08:45 PM - permalink
    hey, saw you visited my page... Didn't have anything up. Got a few pics of my stang up, none of the civic yet.
  2. 04-07-2012 04:26 PM - permalink
    Hi, I'm new to the forums. Just got a 95 ex coupe and I'm looking to find some Honda buddies. Seeing as my only Honda buddy is packing up his lude and going back down to Missouri to raise his kid close to family. My only other car buddies drive bimmers now and they have adopted the superiority complex so all they do is trash talk my civic.
  3. MaximusFunk
    11-03-2011 11:03 AM - permalink
    oh, I was gonna ask if the factory racks have enough clearance to put a long canoe on them, but it sounds like you dont use them much :P
  4. MaximusFunk
    11-02-2011 04:55 PM - permalink
    hey, just wondering what year crv you have, and if it came with factory roof racks?
  5. Kenny-g
    03-08-2011 07:19 PM - permalink
    Just wanna check in and make sure that USPS got them stickers to you...they shouldve gotten there today or possibly tomorrow...th mail office at my school is a little retarded at times.
  6. Shandles
    01-27-2011 06:04 PM - permalink
    Hey man. I was just reading about H2B kits. Ever heard of these? they allow you to bolt an H22 to a B-series transmission. If I went with an H22 tranny, I'd have to buy a shift boxs and cables. You think it would be cheaper to go with an H2B kit and a b series tranny? They're alot easier to find around here. Also, I've been reading in Prelude forums. H22's sound as if they are prone to crank failure and piston failure. I'm not so sure about them anymore... maybe I should just go the b series route?
  7. christinav09
    08-06-2010 04:23 PM - permalink
    thankss soooo much!
  8. christinav09
    08-05-2010 02:44 PM - permalink
    what tools did you use on the visor, and at the top where it has the bar that clips in, how did you get it to fit so well, just cut it? oohhh, and what did you close the visor with, after you had it opened? because when i tried closing mine, it looked badd.. & not professionally done at all. Thaanks!
  9. christinav09
    08-04-2010 10:41 PM - permalink
    hey. i was just reading up on your project, and had a couple questions about what kind of fabric you put over your visors and headliner, it looks soo good, & how did the visors come out so good, mine look like crap :\
  10. 07-27-2010 09:08 AM - permalink
    hey thanx for the add!!!

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