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PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2009 9:17 pm 
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thanks!

+1 for a new pic.


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More pictures!!! :D

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 12:16 pm 
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hahah i'll take more once i detail it again.

do you have any suggestions on what hub i need to get to run a aftermarket steering wheel? i'm getting a nardi classic and i know that i'll need a nardi-to-momo adaptor to make it work on a momo hub. but i don't know what year momo hub i need?


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 28, 2009 3:19 pm 
Rob, lets try the Mugen this weekend. I can't imagine that the bolt would be much smaller than the 14mm I have on the Fit. I would think the issue would more so be with the teeth on the spline though.


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i'm down as long as i can get the car back from the shop this week. she's still being fixed.


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+3 pics from this weekend and mugen goody!


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I'm lovin' it. I love your keychain!! Where did you get it?

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Nice clean car .rob. I like the Mugen plate bolts mod.... :tu: .


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.rob wrote:
thanks.

one thing i'm not a fan of are the side moldings. do you know if i need to fill in and possibly blend in any holes if i take them off?

arrrgh no no... please left the moldings alone..
having a molding in that condition is IMO like having a nice icing on my cake..
if it was mine..i'll cherish those moldings.. :D

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 05, 2009 8:43 am 
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you are right. the more i see it everyday, the more i'm liking it. btw, my weber came in and that bish is on! +1 pic on page 1.

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Oh shit man! That looks hot on there! How do you like it? Love the growwwwwwwl? If you have hood clearance, you should slam the tall air filter on there.

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i love it! it idles a little rough at times but it's been good to me so far. could the temp have something to do with it?


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Possibly, but it hasn't been THAT hot that I would think it would matter. When does it run rough? Have you verified that your choke is opening?

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yeah, i just got back from a drive and it ran really smooth. it was a bit rough earlier today and it was well over 90 degrees out. now it dropped to mid 80s and it ran smooth. :o

so it was smooth in the morning, a bit rough mid-day, and smooth in the afternoon. ahhh!!!


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Aah yeah you might just need a bit of tweaking with that idle mixture screw when the temps get really high. Could be just running a bit rich just slightly due to the thinner air and causing a bit of a rough run. You have a CVCC motor right? So your exhaust is below your intake manifold? Maybe your engine is getting heat soaked a bit despite Honda's mad tyte hood vents (I really do love the hood vents). Maybe try picking up one of the K&N top hats, and run an intake tube w/ filter somewhere over to where you can get cooler air, kinda like you see on the EFI cars.

http://www.knfilters.com/Racing/plenum.htm

Might help keep the carb air temps a bit more consistent.

EDIT: Though that might be a lot of money to throw at that problem that may not be that bad, and the solution may not even solve the problem. But it certainly will help keep temps more consistent.

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hmm, thanks for the tip. yeah, it's a CVCC and i've played around with the idle screw a few times. same thing happened this weekend when it was cool in the morning and hot during the day. oh well.


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So beautiful part !
Good job !
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thanks.

nardi is finally in!


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wah, what the brand new weber costs to you?
so how about the acceleration and fuel consumption?

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