1992 Honda Civic Hatchback of Lust

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Old 07-06-2009, 07:33 PM   #1
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Old 07-06-2009, 07:41 PM   #2
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since this is your project car i moved it here in our build up section keep us update man would love to see this thing finish
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Old 07-06-2009, 07:41 PM   #3
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that looks like a fun project brandon
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Old 07-06-2009, 07:42 PM   #4
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keep us update man would love to see this thing finished
x2 and fixed lol
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thats nice man whats your plan for this baby?
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missing my old civic now

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damn that looks good raid3n why you get rid of it

hey brandon i had a 92 hatch for bout a month that had ebay coilovers and front end damage it was also missing the dash i fixed the whole front end and then sold it without an engine cuz i never had one for it i had it for about a month

i love the little tailgates they have but im in love with the ef chassis if you cant tell by my sig lol
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Over the past many years i have owned many projects.. I have owned (21) 92-95 civic (4) 96-00 civic (3) 94-01 integra

This is my last build... So I'm going to make it a good one.

I Will start with a clean title shell...



And then start hacking it up..








what comes next is a 8month search for a FLAWLESS complete clip. When i mean flawless i mean FLAWLESS. FULL AC/Power steering, Full wiring from headlights to taillights, Gas Pop, Trunk Pop... I'm located in Oregon... i found this clip and a honest seller in Philadelphia, PA (EliteJDM.com)

The clip was located 2967.97 miles away from me.


For 8 months i called Hmotorsonline & PASSWORD & every other small time shop to locate the perfect clip..

You can imagine how much shipping was. I ordered when gas prices where at its peak..

Moving along... The clip shows up..













As promised the condition was as the photos showed.

This is where im at currently in the project. Next steps is to obviously cut out the RHD firewall and weld it into the USDM civic.

This project will take some time, updates might be spread out due to trying to find time with my busy work/life schedule.
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Now comes the CTR 5lug.. but YUCK.. we cant have old dirty parts go on this car..

Time to clean out the hubs, repack the bearings with grease, next studs, pads, rotor, and some fresh paint should do the trick.






AH much better!


Now comes..

Kevlar Bucket seat
Bride Low Rise Rails
(authentic) Takata Harneses
(authentic) Takata Pads


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got the Jspec fire wall tore down.. with the help of the plasma cutter...






^Ignore the socks.. it was cold in the shop...







Now its time to prep all the areas.



Hopefully in a day or so i'll have more updates... This took 6 hours... :(

i had a few things powder coated..

The steering brace.



strutbar brackets
windshield wiper arms
& other small parts..





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I got the fire wall in today. will post pics when my friend sends me the photos.

Now time for motor:



MOtor 1996 Integra type R 55k miles
transmission Integra type r usdm 20k miles
Jspec Header
head shield
chipped p20
70mm throttle body.

Ksport Coilovers
Blox Sway bar
Blox End Links
Blox LCA's
Blox Adjustable Camber
Wicked Tunining Adjustable Front Toe
ASR subframe
Buddyclub Lugnuts (20)
Steel Braided LInes
Back yard Special Front Strut Bar



Firewall is in place... had to make sure everything lined up PERFECT before welding...



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Skunk2 Stage II Camshafts
Skunk2 Retainers
Skunk2 Vtec Cap
Skunk2 Cam Seal
Blox Dual Valve Springs
B&M Fuel Pressure Gauge
AEM fuel Rail
Steel Braided Clutch Line
Toda Timing Belt
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ARP flywheel Bolts
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Fadanza Fly Wheel
Energy Suspension Polly Shifter Bushings
Walbro 255 Fuel Pump
Buddy Club Cam Gears
Mugen Head Gasket
Spoon Thermostat
ITR Oil Cap
Nology Hot wires
Samco Radiator Hoses






Im letting my body heal from all the damage caused by working on this car. I need a few days rest. SO im going to start working on the motor.

Had a few of the things installed.
And i Moon Cut the valve Cover.




SMall update

Hardline (for brakes)
40/40 Valve
Blue-Point Bender
OEM keys (to have copies made of the RHD ignition key)
Jspec Clock
Jspec Cluster
Jspec Coin Pocket
Jspec License Plate Tilt
Single Din Cup Holder
Viper Alarm w/page




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Sorry about the lack of updates.

Got a couple new additions today..






Back Yard CF lip
Back Yard CF Spoiler
VIS CF hood

I firsed used some seam seal to try to squeeze inbetween the 2 parts of floor board. I did more welding them factory did. Making a solid weld of the 2 parts. But.. i still tried mybest to find spots where it could go through.

After i did that.. i let it dry, and taped out a nice area so the seal will in some way "look halfway managed"



Then started putting more on. Kinda went overboard.. but i want to make sure its done right. $11.00 a tube.. i have gone through 6 tubes and have yet to touch the undercarriage or the engine bay.







i used more then i should have, i took into consideration shrinkage and also the option if i wanted to knock down the top a little to make it more smooth. (for paint)


Worked on Battery Relocation box: Not finished.






Started to weld up holes for the engine bay shave.

I counted 190ish holes are to be welded up. :(

I got half of them done so far.



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got a INTEGRA 1in MC + BB
Worked on bending some lines today.



I dont think it will be done by december18th.. I have never done brakes and a wire tuck likes this before.. so I'm learning. Thanks everyone for the positive comments.

Willy started on the body, taking the quarters down to bare to reveal some shadey bodywork. Ground all that BS out and laid some fresh mud.



Not finished welding up holes.. wanted to take abreak.



Cleaning the OEM brake nuts..

Just kinda stumbled upon this method of cleaning them. Im sure its a well known fact on how to clean them. It just worked so well for people to not know how to do this.








I installed the heaterbox and pedals to give myself a idea of where i need to run the brake lines inside.

wheels showed up todaY>:



got a small order in today from earls.



Got the line and connections needed to tap down into the factory hardline for the fuel.
So i wont have to use a fuel filter mounted on the firewall. This will drop directly off the fuel rail.















just have to get some braided lines for the rear setup:

Im prob going to make a new hardline for the brake master..
I may do that later on down the road. When i have less to work on.







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damn man.. you look pretty busy with your build.. gl

what engine are you planing to put on?
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