95 civic & 79 datsun 620 - Oklahoma

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Old 01-18-2011, 02:20 PM   #1
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Default 95 civic & 79 datsun 620 - Oklahoma


New to the forum. Figured I would show off my love, and also my Daily.

1995 Honda Civic DX Coupe. Bought this car completely stock April 1st, 2009 after my Integra GSR finally gave up.

It has an LS swap coming soon hopefully with my taxes and some other goodies.

List of Current Mods.

Suspension/Wheels/Brakes:
Polished K1's
PWJDM drilled/slotted rotors
Skunk2 Struts
Skunk2 lowering springs (cut one coil off each front)
Skunk2 rear camber kit
Blox red lower control arms
GSR rear sway bar

Exterior:
Siebon CF hood
Spoon replica mirrors
8k hid's
Amber corners
Yellow fogs
Rear OEM Mud flaps
Weaksauce license plate cover
Replica Type-R P/U lip
Stitched bumper

Interior:
Black integra front cloth seats
Broadway mirror
PWJDM red stitched shift boot
Shifter extender
blox 490 shift knob
DIY amber lights
Ex cluster
Ex clock
JDM foglight switch
JDM coin pocket
JDM armrest
OEM honda floor mats
Front alpine door speakers
Alpine headunit

Engine/Tranny:
Stock d15b7 (216,xxx miles)
Stock 5 speed tranny/clutch
PWJDM res. covers
PWJDM radiator stay

For fun here is my old 1995 Integra GS-R before I spun a bearing and bent a valve in cyl. #1. :(




After its death.


Shitty phone pictures (should have some new ones eventually)

What it looked like when I bought it.






First wax.


Stock Engine.


Mild tuck around the fuel rail and driver side.


Skunk2 shocks, lowering springs, Blox LCA's


Skunk2 rear camber kit.

When I first got it and a minty set of SI's


After I polished the SI's. They looked amazing.




The white Rota Track-R's I traded my SI's for.


Black Rota slipstreams (traded the Track-R's for them)


Rota slipstreams after I painted them white.


The polished Kosie K1's I traded for. Love them!


ADDED 3/1/11
Got some new parts for my swap

RMF Replica Header bought from Humble Performance.


Magnaflow Muffler


My new exhaust (Don't mind the muffler on it, Bought from Ebay)


Polished Nitrous bottle. May throw some spray on this in the near future


B18b1 coming out of a 1996 Integra with 103,xxx miles. Being converted to OBD1.


Added 3/14/11
The swap is in! Didn't get to do a write up on it since we were short on time and a million people decided to show up to my house in the process of this. Started it at 8pm friday night and was in about 3am that morning. Had it finished the next day and took it on a 200 mile cruise in oklahoma city.

New water pump/timing belt/oil filter all from honda!




Pulling the LS from the Wrecked 96 integra




Pulling out the single dingle from my coupe:)




OUT






RMF rep header has not made it on yet but I did install new exhaust piping with the integra stock muffler. Quiet at start up and has a great sound when at WOT.
The finished product!


The header is on! Along with a new adjustable test pipe and my magnaflow muffler welded on by yours truly.


I got a lot done over the weekend. Put in plenty of hours under and around this car.
Updates 4/11/11
New cam gears installed while replacing the front crank seal.


Hardrace extended lower ball joints installed. Comparison to the old ones.


Integra front brakes installed with the new ball joints and ground control coil overs.


Future mods Include: Finishing my GSR rear disc swap, Adding GSR front sway bar & LCA's, comptech CAI, Exedy stage 1 clutch, Fastline extended short shifter, front hardrace endlinks, LCA bushings. Hopefully one day I will finish rebuilding my b18c1 to throw in.

Now on to the 1979 Datsun 620. I picked this up as a project about 6 months ago to SR20 swap after following Chad Copelands build (featured in S3 magazine a month or so back), but gave up on that idea after coming across all the body rust. Now I'm debating on just rebuilding the l20b that sits in it, fixing all the rust, painting it, and making it my new DD. The truck, when I bought it had a holly one barrell carb. fitted onto a two barrell manifold and was rigged up. Two rocker guides were off and missing, the fuel line and most of the carb system was bypassed or blocked off, and it was backfiring through the carburator.















Truck is now spray painted flat black with 2 thick white strips down the hood. I will start sanding and doing body work once it warms up here. Thinking maybe silver, just polishing or powdercoating those wheels black, lowering it, and redoing all the interior black. Any input or ideas would be appriciated!

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nice civic you got there dude... i look forward seeing your b18c swap

about that datsun.. i am not really big fan of pickups so i have nothing to say
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nice civic you got there dude... i look forward seeing your b18c swap

about that datsun.. i am not really big fan of pickups so i have nothing to say
Thank you! I love my civic, but it needs paint. I had most of everything to build the b18 but I ended up selling most of it. So LS for now soon:) getting it pretty cheap.

I'm not big on trucks either, but this one really got me. lol Once I'm done maybe I can change your opinion on it ;) haha
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Old 01-19-2011, 07:49 PM   #5
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Added a bunch of photos! haha
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nice.. you bought it at the auction sale?
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nice.. you bought it at the auction sale?
The civic? It was bought at a small dealership in Oklahoma city. Found it on a local forum here.
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Updated with some new goodies:)
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hmmm... i dont think that night time pic does it justice... lol you do that all yourself?
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lol wait which picture of what?
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the picture of your painted truck lol

and when you putting that exhaust on?
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Nice civic man. You plan on going to ifo this april 17? in noble i also live in oklahoma city
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the picture of your painted truck lol

and when you putting that exhaust on?
Yeah I painted it myself! The hood is the only thing that looks decent. My friends just kinda went to town on the rest. It needs a decent amount of body work!

The exhaust is going on once I swap in the B18b1 here shortly:) Just have to buy a new timing belt and water pump while its out.
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Nice civic man. You plan on going to ifo this april 17? in noble i also live in oklahoma city
Thank you sir! Yeah I plan on taking this up there for sure. I think it should be a good one. I'm out in okc a decent amount. Was up there the last two saturdays cruising with some friends.
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=D good, might as well replace everything when its easier and more convenient to do so
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