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Thread: [CL9] Euro Mods

  1. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by marquee View Post
    Just to let you know jono jdmyard is selling eibach prokit for 295 the best price on these springs in australia
    Thanks for the heads up mate! The Pro Kit would drop the car too much for me though - 1.6" in the front would mean that I'd scrape onto my own driveway. Luckily the Teins aren't too much more expensive shipped from the states.

    Quote Originally Posted by Smogol View Post
    btw, Jono where did you get the stainless steel scuff plates from? I tried contacting one place that use to have it but they said they dont do them anymore.
    Honda still make these (or have them in stock at least) as far as I'm concerned. JDMConcept can get a set in for you, as can Japanparts.com (as a special order) the last time I checked. I got mine from supergt.com.hk - they were cheapest by far. I bought their last set in stock though, was told that parts ordered in would take up to a month lead time, plus extra time to ship from HK to Aus. Part number is 08F05-sea-010. Give me a shout if you want some pictures - I left my car at work tonight but will have it back tomorrow.

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    Would really like to see some pictures if you get a chance?!

    Ollie

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    Sorry mate, took another car home so the Accord is still parked at work. Will be able to get pics tomorrow evening or definitely over the weekend though

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    As promised:





    p.s. Beige interior has different part numbers - be wary.

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    *Update*

    Comptech/CT-E Icebox review added.
    2003 CL9 5AT *ECU REFLASHED*
    CT-E Icebox|Ralco RZ pulleys|K&N filter|DC Header|250cell Cat|Cusco Tower & H Brace| H.Drive Coilovers | Rays RE30 18x8.5 | S/S Brakelines | Rigid Collars

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    Did you have to remove the resonator ... don't know to much about the ice box beside that it's legal

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    Quote Originally Posted by marquee View Post
    Did you have to remove the resonator ... don't know to much about the ice box beside that it's legal
    \\

    yep, the front bumper was off, and the resonator/pipe/airbox is sitting in the garden now.
    2003 CL9 5AT *ECU REFLASHED*
    CT-E Icebox|Ralco RZ pulleys|K&N filter|DC Header|250cell Cat|Cusco Tower & H Brace| H.Drive Coilovers | Rays RE30 18x8.5 | S/S Brakelines | Rigid Collars

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    Hopefully it's watering it..... got some pictures of it?

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    Just doing some reading and look what i found on the EPA website http://epanote2.epa.vic.gov.au/EPA/p...$FILE/1031.pdf Look there for more info.

    1. Intake systems
    Intake systems are designed to ensure that the
    correct air/fuel ratio is available to the engine for the
    cleanest burn to minimise exhaust emissions.
    Systems that provide excess air or fuel can create
    high exhaust emissions from the vehicle. Fuel or
    other hydrocarbon vapour that escapes as
    evaporative emissions can lead to the formation of
    photochemical smog.
    Replacement air cleaners are permitted provided
    that they have all connections and systems present
    on the original air cleaner and operate in an
    identical manner.

    (a) Open element or pod type air cleaners on
    carburetted vehicles are not permitted.
    (b) Dry element pod type air cleaners are
    permitted on EFI vehicles. Oiled, oil-soaked or
    fluid-treated elements are not permitted. Any
    sensors integral to the original system must
    be retrofitted to the same approximate
    location.
    Does this mean if it is a dry type filter it is legal. Mine isn't but if it was would it be legal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marquee View Post
    Just doing some reading and look what i found on the EPA website http://epanote2.epa.vic.gov.au/EPA/p...$FILE/1031.pdf Look there for more info.


    Does this mean if it is a dry type filter it is legal. Mine isn't but if it was would it be legal.
    pretty much. but not like any lowly paid EPA/police officer would bother to remove your bumper to find out.... lol

    lost my iPhone. so photos has to wait soz...




    PS: I WANT THIS:


    FASTBRAKES/AP RACING Forged caliper 4-pot BBK. Fits 04-08 TSX, 09- TSX, 99-08 TL non brembo, 01-03 CL. 12.2" one piece rotors.

    heeltoe's selling them for $950 + shipping
    Last edited by Fredoops; 02-10-2011 at 01:33 PM.
    2003 CL9 5AT *ECU REFLASHED*
    CT-E Icebox|Ralco RZ pulleys|K&N filter|DC Header|250cell Cat|Cusco Tower & H Brace| H.Drive Coilovers | Rays RE30 18x8.5 | S/S Brakelines | Rigid Collars

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    Fitted Koni Sport all around earlier this year. I think I regret it. Ride is far too stiff for everyday driving. It is great at speed but on suburban streets...My back hurts.
    SPQR
    The first ever Whiteline RSB pattern for CL9 Euro.
    The world first ever after market RSB for RE4 CRV.

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    Change your dampening and what springs you using

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