blue90ZC wrote:i read through your whole build thread and loved the attention to detail and all the stuff you covered, and how clean it was after you were done with everything!, these are the types of build posts i like, and always inspire me to want to do more to my crx, things you did, which i never think of doing, such as detailing the suspension and wheel well areas, (except i did spray a few layers of undercoating/sound dampen stuff in my wheel wells and under car, i have replaced most of my suspension parts like control arms, balljoints, rear trailing arm bushings, etc..., and put new steering rack not too too long ago, but my kyb gr-2 shocks and H&R soft sport springs (only .75" drop), are old now cause i installed them in 2003, and would be way better if i got new shocks/springs, but this time i just want oem springs with oem ride height, cause i rather have that type of clearance, plus more comfort, but i have liked the kyb shocks and would get those again.
i also prefers the dual-tip, horizontal mounted muffler type of oem look on the crx, and have always got ones like that, or got them pieced together so they had it like that,
i also did that A/C climate control faceplate fix, and removed the whole unit and everything and epoxied the faceplate to the front of it, but first epoxied the cracked section of the unit, but could'nt believe later on the faceplate started peeling away from the climate control unit, after i put it all back, so now its halfway coming off of it, at an angle, so that sucks, but instead of removing it and all that crap, i think i'm just going to drill a small black screw in the left and right side so it is screwed against it good, and be done with it.
anyways, look forward to any updates to your crx, to see how it progresses.....
Dave_Darling wrote:One thing for down the road a bit: The driver's side motor mount is a little messed up. The weld-nut for one of the large bolts is now just a nut, so you will have to get a wrench on it to counter-hold when you loosen or tighten it.
Yes, yes, you could say that I busted a nut... Or at least the welds that held the nut on.
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