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wtEF's ED7

Allow me to introduce myself, my name is wtEF.
I'm actually new to Honda, lemme explain:

I used to be a Honda hater in high school,
my first car was a black 1984 Toyota Supra.
Second, was a silver 86 Pontiac Fiero GT.
Then I bought a red 88 Porsche 944 Turbo.
When I sold that, my dad bought me a
1994 Integra RS, thunder gray. My dad bought me
the enemy's car, but it was a life changer. So then,
I bought the 2002 S2000, suzuka blue, in 2005.

But then... I had to move out of state...
I found this ED7 in 2009 from the 1st owner on CL
For $2700 at 101k miles, original paint, original every thing,
even timing belt, clutch, and Si seats... this is the car that I hated
the most in high school... the iconic rice car, I just had to buy it.

What it came with... 18" Tenzo R rims, momo steering wheel and shift knob.
K&N Filter, wanna-be greddy exhaust. It was a mexican straight ricer,
if you know what I mean. Luckily, he didn't lower it.

What I changed... I took that Tenzo R shit off and bought some cheap steelies.
I also found a Neuspeed front strut bar. Later that month, I found some hubbies.
Then, Thule Racks (looking for the Thule wind fairing). That's just the start.
Here's how it looks now. :bigok:


My prime goal is to get this ED7 stock as fuck with tasteful mods,
but it's so hard to find parts from that era.


Here's some parts that I still need to put on.


Found this on CL, had to buy it to see what's up.
My dad was a big dinan fan, he drove an E30.
He had the same chip, so I know this stuff works.



Found these del sol rims with the right tire size 185/60/14
(steelies had 65), also on CL. Clean with no curbages, good tires,
but clear coat was peeling.



Came across a broken down Si and got this,
but can't find the cold air arm... so hard to find. Please help!


I'm always shopping for new parts, especially that Thule wind fairing.
Also looking for exhaust (OEM dualtip) or the Mugen one, OEM steering
wheel or a classy wooden steering wheel to match my vintage MOMO
wooden shift knob. Whatever comes first. Any leads?

Updates and more pics coming soon enough.
 

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Nice looking 4th gen! pretty clean! For the wheels, might I suggest you paint them steelies white before trying the del sol's. Parts for this baddie were a pain in the arse 3 years ago but luckily, the market's stepped up and starting to bring support for them
 

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Nice looking 4th gen! pretty clean! For the wheels, might I suggest you paint them steelies white before trying the del sol's. Parts for this baddie were a pain in the arse 3 years ago but luckily, the market's stepped up and starting to bring support for them
The del sol's are ugly huh? I'm stuck, and was really desperate for some 14" Honda rims. I would paint them white, but the tires are bald.
 

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The del sol's are ugly huh? I'm stuck, and was really desperate for some 14" Honda rims. I would paint them white, but the tires are bald.
Its not that they're ugly. Lemme show ya how my late si looked with them
 

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looks nice man. good pick up. Thanks for taking a riced out civic and putting it back to respectable. there are too many ruined hondas out on the roads these days.
 
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