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cheers boys,i like the car although it is still quite standard, heres the spec:


engine:
mugen manifold (heat wrapped)
stainless de-cat and full system
unknown stainless back box
aem short ram intake with cold air feed and aluminium heat sheild
earthing kit
y-56 yellow cam cover
oil catch can
spoon revovoir covers

chasis:
d2 coilovers
powerflex bushes
lower rear tie bar
rear strut brace (in boot)
everything else standard

brakes:
drilled and grooved discs front and rear
green stuff pads
callipers painted blue

wheels:
winter wheels: standard jordan 15" speedlines with crap tyres
summer wheels: 16" rota grid gunmetal grey with polished lip with toyo proxis rubber

exterior:
ek9 grill
ek9 headlights
diy spoilertilt (not very noticable)
boot de-badged (by previous owner)
mudflaps
rear wiper delete

interior:
standard jordan leather interior
momo pedal set
mugen gear knob
diy vtec light
light rear tints

plans for the near future:

possible re-spray
yellow recaros
b20
 

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Lovely looking jordan mate.
 

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i understand what you are saying totally. its just down to money at the minute or would have decent rubber on.
 

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thats niceee boy ! Always wanted one of these...

Are those Genuine EK9 Headlights or DIY?
 

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theres no reflectors in them mate, their diy ek9ers but genuine honda items like. i had dramas getting ek9 lights from honda. first they sent me pre-facelift ek9 lights then they sent me the standard facelift lights, you know the chrome shiny ones, then they said i needed a chasis number from an ek9 to get ek9 lights which sort of baffled me a bit since they were able to send me pre-facelift lights. and at the time i couldnt get a chasis number from an ek9 so i kept the standard chromey ones, which by the way cost me over £200 and took them apart and sprayed the inserts gun metal which i think is better looking than the black. but anyway there isnt reflectors in them, although i have saw lights with an orange reflector in them, their the shitty u.s. lights that dont even have a place to put in your side light bulbs.
 

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Yea buddy, Gun metal !

Great choice of colour.

Is DIY a long process?? :(
 

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i did it over 2 days mate, just to let the primer/paint and laquer dry properly before putting them back together. so you will need to keep the car off the road for a few days unless you are doing a second set of lights. i can do a 'how to' if you want although theres maybe one already on here. its not a very hard mod, just have to take you time mate
 
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