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    New member from holland

    Hello,
    I would like to introduce myself.
    Im mielko
    Live in Holland ,Europe
    Date of birth,1978 ,6 january

    Koosjer brought me here :lol:

    What am i doing here?: Bothering you guy's with tech questions

    As My old eb 1 is not equiped with ECU's ,inlet air sensors or lambda's .Its a bit of my knowlege.

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    So ,pics make more than words:





























    These are the opel kadel rims,with i'm remaking,to fit 4*120 .
    ATS classic 13" 6J wide




    this is how i pay for my hobby's,I lighten flywheels,this is a "special i made for a friend.its a B16A2 ,With i lightend from 7,6 to 3,8kg.


    other machining!


    foto van de downpipe"





    edit;
    test fitting time






    Onely ,these wheels are not going to e on the car,i made test rides,but the et30 is to mucch off,to much feedback in the steeringwheel.The wheels were'nt real straight anyway after 30jears :roll:

    My plan now is redrill everething to 4x100,that will make the searche for new wheels less hard.


    Take some time,my other project!
    http://www.civicclubholland.nl/forum/vi ... 40&t=21646

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    Quote Originally Posted by mielko
    Onely ,these wheels are not going to e on the car,i made test rides,but the et30 is to mucch off,to much feedback in the steeringwheel.The wheels were'nt real straight anyway
    I'd bet the feedback in the wheel has more to do with those tires, than the wheel's offset. :wink:

    Are they new? Too much width can effect it too. In this case, offset is the last thing I'd blame. Skinny tires can hide a lot of ills.

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    Hey Mielko, welcome on board

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    Welcome ... nice machine work.

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    Nice car, I dig the "Hondamatic" badge on the back. Welcome to JNC. :tu:

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    i like it!

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    Looks so nice, shame about the effects of the offset.
    Have you found the info on 1stgencivic.org for 4x100. I had to figure it out for myself for my Accord.
    Halving the weight on the B16 flywheel must change things... I already find my CR-X SiR so overweight with options it's not easy to get it off the line quickly easily/discretely.

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    No,still searching for the right info.Maybe you can help me on a bit?

    tnks

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    Oh not as easy to find as I remembered, I did a search & they've created a seperate area for the most favored method (inc. rear discs)
    http://www.1stgencivic.org/1stgenera...brake_mod1.htm
    Generally various later model frt hubs, discs & calipers are used so you do not have to dis-assemble the front hubs/carriers to replace the discs anymore.
    From memory the rear drums didn't seem to have the metal for re-drilling to 4x100 so revisions to the spindles or the (separate) later style rear hubs were needed (thankfully bolt-on for the Accord)

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