My boosted Grocery Getter

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by eisenflower, Jan 1, 2005.

  1. eisenflower

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    Car is a '96 Accord EX, had it since new and have played with it over the years modding it here and there, here's the result.

    Mod list:

    Exterior:
    VIS Carbon Hood
    Mugen flushmount Carbon wing
    Carbon Pillars
    JDM Accord SiR CD-5 Headlamps/corners
    JDM Accord SiR CD-5 grill
    BMW M3 phillips/hella HID retrofit
    JDM lude side markers in rear bumper
    Shaved all badges and trim on trunk lid
    Stock tails cleared top half
    Wings west W-typ Skirting
    35/50% tint

    Interior:
    EX-R leather
    Momo Millenium wheel/hub
    JDM Accord CD7 shift boot
    JDM S2000 knob
    JDM C's short shift kit
    Carbon door sills
    Kenwood MP3 deck
    Kenwood Parametric EQ
    Infinity 6.5" components
    Infinity 6x9" components
    Alpine MRV-F450 5 channel amp
    2X Pioneer IMPP 10"

    Suspension:
    D2 Racing Coilovers, 36 way adjustable
    Suspension Techniqies front sway
    Suspension Techniqies rear sway
    18" RS5's / 225/40/18" Pilot Sport
    17" Racing Hart C2's in bronze / 215/45/17"
    12.5" Big brake kit / aem pads

    Engine
    Precision SC44, 48 A/R, 69 trim (polished)
    Tial 38mm wastegate (polished)
    Drag4 manifold
    Greddy Type-S BOV (polished)
    Drag4 charge pipes (polished)
    Samco silicone hoses
    Drag4 Downpipe
    TurboXS Boost controller (polished)
    Autometer Boost, Oil Pressure, EGT Gauges
    450cc injectors
    Walbro 255L Fuel Pump
    Stainless steel braided oil feed/return lines
    Golden Eagle vacume manifold
    Golden Eagle fuel rail
    HKS Catch can
    NGK lower temp plugs
    Neuspeed wires
    24x9x3" core, Front mount intercooler (polished)
    Hondata s200b
    JFO Wideband
    p28 OBD1 ECU
    Skunk2 OBD2 - OBD1 conversion harness
    Clutchmasters Stage3
    Tanabe hyper medalion muffler/2.75" piping (no cat or resonator)

    That's all I can think of for now... i'm sure there's more...

    Pics are a few months old, the dent in the pass door has been fixed and some of the items listed have been added after the fact.

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    And i'm done.

    Flame away, I can take it. :)
     
  2. Branislav

    Branislav orly?

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    SICK car. whp? 1/4?
     
  3. Xeryus

    Xeryus New Member

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    im impressed. I dont like most Hondas, but yours is really clean and nicely done.

    Excellent work!!!
     
  4. eisenflower

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    LOL funny you should ask, we just finished the street tuning with the wideband first, before we were going to do the final tune for higher RPM and max HP on the dyno and fucked a set of rings in my #4 cylinder, thus compression in that cylinder is completely gone. So running on 3cyls we tossed it on the dyno for shits and giggles at only 5.5psi and it was making 180whp / 195wtrq. Bottom end is being overhauled over the winter, so come spring i'll be running about 9psi and most likely will be throwing in a quaife LSD. Should easily be making 230whp/250wtrq. Just what I want for a daily driver.
     
  5. whelen1

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    agree'd ... nicely done man :bigthumb:
     
  6. sirthumpsalot

    sirthumpsalot Down for the count

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    hot whip, putting one together with a friend currently

    5spd/h22 swap/nitrous soon :eek3:
     
  7. Unknown

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    that an f22 i see? if so i got one in my lude right now and debating over turbo or h22 swap. if i could get mine to about 230whp i would be pretty happy. you got one sweet looking accord man. love the jdm headlights. tell me how it goes
     
  8. Ry4n

    Ry4n OG Lurker

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    Extremely nice looking Accord :bowdown:

    I wish there were Hondas half as clean as that around here :wtc:
     
  9. 4C FED

    4C FED Ain't my GOD DAMN planet understand monkey-boy!

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    I like the motor, exterior is alright, but I'd ditch the recaro cell phone holder & the useless Autometer A/F gauge.
     
  10. eisenflower

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    The A/F gauge was already replaced with an EGT pyrometer and the recaro cell phone holder is long gone and broken. :wtc:
     
  11. H0wTheG0dsKi11

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    get rid of the amber blinkers
     
  12. eisenflower

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    Yeah no, I had clears and hated em.

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  14. piratius

    piratius Twin Turbo'd Fury

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    With yellow bulbs the clears aren't that bad... :)

    Having said that, you have a nice car! It's hella-clean and looks good! You've restored my faith in Honda owners having taste, I'd lost it previously because of a guy who lives near here...96ish Accord in Kawasaki Green, scraping the ground with a stock motor and AUTO tranny.

    Your car, however, it nice. It's subtle, but impressive when you stop to look about it. Keep tuning! Sounds like you're having fun :)

    ~Brad
     
  15. JMG

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    very nice! tastefully done! I'm boosting 1.2 bar right now, probably getting a turbo upgrade this summer.
     
  16. import power online

    import power online Twin Turbo Madness

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    very clean work
     
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  18. fade

    fade tie your shoe bitch

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    welcome to OT :coold:

    -fellow hondasociety member
     
  19. BumbleBeeTuna

    BumbleBeeTuna excuse me, your balls are showing OT Supporter

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    clean ass car...i like it
     
  20. Boiling Point

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    clean....very nice
     
  21. eisenflower

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    Thanks boys and girls.
     
  22. spark plugs.

    spark plugs. beautiful. OT Supporter

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    very nice.
     
  23. NT2SHBBY

    NT2SHBBY New Member

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    first honda I won't hate on.....good job.....just get some lightweight forged rims on there.....
     
  24. YesterdaysGone

    YesterdaysGone Iced Out Platinum Member

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    that looks very respectable... i would like to see more well done cars around here. might make me respect honduh more. :eek3:
     
  25. MR. Marti

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    looks like you did a clean job on it. while i'm not a honda fan i have to respect a job well done.
     

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