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Old 04-27-2008, 10:59 PM   #1
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Default **skipunk4's mr dc4 2010 refresh - Spoon / Enkei / Innovative / ASC Metal Fab**

Page 1:
- Purchased car
- Rotas and Tenabe springs
- Trunk stripped
- ITR lip
- Enkeis' on, Rotas gone
- Tokico Illuminas and H&R springs
- Mugen **** and dstuning mats
- Clock block off, amber clock, Si deck
- Milano red side skirts installed
- OEM column cover
- OEM splash guards
- ITR lip painted ( by me )
- Few pics so far
- Throw back shot
- More pics

Page 2:
- Factory door speaker
- Couple of pics
- More pics
- And more pics

Page 3:
- Polished OEM exhaust
- Started tearin down for the mild tuck
- NEW OEM GSR strut bar w/ hardware
- Sleeving and heat shrink picked up
- Lots of pics

Page 4:
- Some crummy rolling shots
- Driverside harness finished up
- New **** and airbag tray
- Driverside harness in
- Just about done with the passenger side FINALLY

Page 5:
- Before and after pics
- Bay cleaned up a bit
- Car is running again!
- Bay all finished and put back together
- GS-R Strut bar on
- New Parts
- ASR subframe
- ITR sway bar
- Blox adjustable endlinks

Page 6:
- Rear suspension parts on
- Few pics
- Moisture leak in headlight

Page 7:
- "Custom" air duct
- LOTS of pics
- Throwback shot

Page 8:
- Random pic
- Some SPOOOON
- New parts on the way!

Page 9:
- Roof rack
- Lots of pics
- Package from JHP

Page 10:
- ITR header
- DEI heat wrap kit
- Spoon filter, socks, crane decal
- EMRacing rear strut bar
- Parts installed
- UPDATES
- NRG quick release
- BLOX test pipe
- Spoon crane decal

Page 11:
- Bummer
- NRG short hub
- OEM Snorkel

Page 12:
- RECARO
- RECARO
- RECARO
- Some sick shots and chops by Eran

Page 13:
- Night Interior pic (shot by Jason)
- BOWLIN with some buddies! (shot by Jason)
- NGK plugs/wires
- ASC 4130 strut bars :O
- More sick shots by jason!
- R.I.P spoonef's dc *cry* (car was one of my idols) hence the similarities

Page 14:
- Tear down #2 a starts
- Car stripped
- A/C removed
- Collecting parts
- Engine harness out
- Brand new OEM car cover - purchased from old skool great seller!
- 949 lugs and stems
- Old vs new
- Stems on

Page 15:
- Updates
- Spoon n1 silencer
- Obd2 - 1 jumper harness
- Progress on the engine harness
- Brake cleanup

Page 16:
- "L" bracket for relocatin my resevoir
- Cleaned up the good ol' B18b
- Tucked hood prop cable
- OEM plugs/AC ish
- Harness progress
- Core support painted
- FATMAT sound deadening
- Harness complete/installed
- Bay goin back together
- Ground controls

Page 17:
- Fatmat down
- Koyorad radiator
- Honda Access mats
- New dipstick
- EDM fog switch
- Exploded Enkei RPF1
- Wheel teaser

Page 18:
- REGAMASTERS
- BF Goodrich G-forces
- Mounted the regas

Page 19:
- Yellow Raybrigs

Page 20:
- sick rolling shot by yellobus

Page 21:
- New OEM I "HEART" MY HONDA window cling
- Mariners cap and N W P stickers
- Ohlins engine torque damper
- Few shots from N W P cruise
- Odyssey battery

Page 22:
- Nothin new

Page 23:
- Ichiba 20 and 15mm wheel spacers
- Function7 lca's
- ITR checkered mats
- Mugen loop and speedo
- Spoon n1 and Mugen loop SOLD
- Spoon gen 1 street muff
- Another bum day for red (timing jumped)

Page 24:
- Enkei NT03's
- ITR intake mani/TB
- virgin p28
- B16a3 head
- Exedy stage 1 clutch
- Competition 11lb flywheel
- Spoon ventuli IM gasket
- Moroso baffled pan
- ARP rod bolts/head studs

Page 25:
- Motor out
- B18C1
- ITR intake arm
- ITR "big 4" 4x114 setup
- Early style Bride Zetas
- Block clean up
- OEM s2000 clutch master
- Bay stripped

Page 26:
- Bay sprayed fresh r81
- Rywire clutch line
- "illest" decals
- More bay!

Page 27:
- Re-coated wheel wells
- OEM harness plug/hole
- Custom battery mount
- Block all cleand
- Mocked up brake lines
- MFactory shifter bushings
- Clear euro Integra signals
- OEM CTR N1 crank pulley
- 08 Spoon Sports catalog

Page 28:
- Painted brake lines
- Painted booster
- Mocked up rear lines
-Installed items in the bay:
- Booster/master cylinder
- OEM ek harness plug
- heater control switch
- NEW front brake lines
- Block disassembled
- PR3 pistons
- Front undercoating finished
-Coated some parts in semigloss black
- Front lower section
- Front tow hooks
- Front brake lines installed

Page 29:
- Black Spoon Duracon
- B16 dual valve springs
- Misc. OEM grommets pluts etc..
- OEM PR3 piston rings
- Custom 3' ASC Intake pipe
- Canibeat plate frame/lanyard
- Front brake lines done!
- OEM ITR throttle cable installed
- Rywire soft clutch line installed
- OEM hood prop hardware installed

Page 30:
- ACL race bearing kit/thrust washers
- ARP head/rod bolts
- Engine back from machine
- Spoon oil cap
- Spoon rad cap
- 2x Spoon black rad stays
- Polished gsr crank

Page 31:
- Spoon socks
- Supertech valve stem seals
- Techflex harness loom and shrink
- Longblock mock up
- VC stripped
- ARP rod bolts and rods off to machine
- Head off to assembly
- Nylon black hole plugs for bay
- Engine assembly supplies
- Summit order delivered
- Painted fpr
- Fuel rail mocked up

Page 32:
- Front brakes refreshed
- Front subframe cleaned and reassembled
- Earl's PS loop
- Fuel hardline converted to softline
- New filter and lines installed
- OEM ITR checkered trunk mat

Page 33:
- Wheel wells stripped
- POR15 w/ brushes
- SEM trim paint
- OEM exhaust mani refreshed
- Head partially reassembled
- ARP 9mm rod bolts installed
- Front/rear wheel wells stripped
- OEM ITR arm rest

Page 34:
- Top/bottom end gasket kit
- TB/water pump/tensioner/spring
- Thermostat
- Oil pump
- F7 lca
- ASR subframe brace
- Honda Access ITR pedal covers
- Bum engine rebuild update

Page 35:
- ASC rear strut bar installed

Page 36:
- Energy rear trailing bushings
- PIC stiffened bushing kit
- Innovative billet B street mounts

Page 37:
- POR15 coated in wells
- OEM AC delete duct
- Front hubs and rear arms refreshed

Page 38:
- Rear ITR seat reinstalled
- ITR checkered trunk mat installed

Page 39:
- Short block assembled
- LHT master cylinder brace
- Rotors resurfaced
- Long block preview

Page 40:
- Head parts cleaned
- New head gasket installed
- Head w/ valvetrain installed
- New oil pump installed
- Rear main seal installed
- Oil pump/tray installed
- Moroso pan installed
- New water pump installed
- CTR N1 crank pulley and TB tensioner installed
- Alternator cleaned and installed
- H20 jacket recoated and installed w/ new thermostat
- Spoon Ventuli IM plate w/ gasket installed
- Cusco E-brake button
- Small Spoon collection

Page 41:
- Bolt Boys B engine bolt kit
- Spoon gen 1 DC tow hook

Page 42:
- cams installed
- longblock almost complete
- subframe installed
- Spoon tow hook installed
- Spoon pile

Page 43:
- Spoon cluster full size

Page 44:
- Interior pieces powder coated
- Nardi Deep Corn 350
- Horn "collection"
- New Spoon duracon
- Engine harness headache
- Spoon crane etched
- Bezel complete

Page 45:
- Complete cluster pic

Page 46:
- New headlight grounds
- New pedal hardware
- Energy Suspension rear trail arm bushings
- Russell stainless braided brake lines
- Pedals installed
- Brake rotors installed
- Car progress pic

Page 47:
- New parts from Honda
- Throwback shot
- Spoon ITR intake with arm
- New engine bay hardware
- MC brace modified
- E-brake button modified

Page 48:
- New front lower ball joints
- USDM ITR seats
- JDM ITR Recaro SRD's
- Stuff to powder coat
- Blox camber kit
- New Honda brake pads

Page 49:
- SSR stainless b series header
- Car shot

Page 50:
- Bushing day
- New super low wedge seat rails
- Dash installed
- Spoon shot

Page 51:
- Bay shot
- Russell brake lines installed
- Headlight wiring finished
- Engine off the staned
- Competition flywheel installed
- Exedy clutch installed
- New package
- Spoon N1 muffler

Page 52:
- Fuel line work
- ASR/F7 combo installed
- Beach vaca
- Interior wire harness re-taped
- Grommet for Spoon cluster
- Seats cleaned
- Tranny installed
- OEM Si deck installed
- Seat rails mocked up

Page 53:
- Seat mount block plates
- Spoon cluster installed
- Steering wheel mocked up
- Stuff back from pwder coat
- LHT MC brace installed
- Spoon cluster lit up

Page 54:
- Window cowling cleaned and installed
- Front upper arm mounts refreshed
- Front camber kit installed
- Front LCAs cleaned/installed
- Spindles installed
- Rear poly RTA bushings ready
- Rear RTA bushigns installed
- Rotors tossed on
- Wheels mocked up

Page 55:
- ITR calipers installed
- Harness work
- New front mud flaps
- New tires
- Bridgestone Potenze re760sport
- Engine/tranny cleaned
- VC mocked up
- Header mocked up

Page 56:
- Spoon models
- Spoon gen 1 mirrors
- UKDM ITR signal lights
- New tool box/tools
- Rays duranuts
- JDM valve stem caps
- Quick disconnect battery terminals

Page 57:
- Enkeis cleaned up
- Wheels/tires loaded up
- Wheels/tires mounted
- Koyorad cleaned
- Spoon rad stays
- Rad mounted up
- 1998 Integra service manual
- Alt brackets refreshed/installed
- Clutch slave refreshed/installed
- Half shaft refreshed
- Wheel/tire mock up

Page 58:
- The gf
- New axle seals
- Half shaft installed
- More harness work
- CTR cams
- Bumper cleaned
- New bay hardware
- Harness progress

Page 59:
- JDM ITR injectors
- Throwback shot
- UKDM signals refreshed
- Quick disconnect plug w/ pins

Page 60:
- OEM OBD2 vtec distributor
- More harness progress
- Spoon horn button
- OEM plug wire cover w/ signed TypeOne decal

Page 61:
- VC mocked up
- Distributor refreshed
- ITR injectors polished up
- Floating car shot
- ICB sticker tossed on
- CTR cams polished up
- AC block plug project started

__________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ ______________________

I picked up this 98, clean titled single owner, milano red Integra about 2 years ago and have just starting to make a lot of progress on it. Any comments and suggestions would be greatly appreciated

So this is what it looked like when I first picked it up:



What it looked like for a while after I got it.

Removed the spoiler, swapped the logos, dropped it on Tenabe springs w/ Rota GT3s



Stripped out my rear seats, cleaned it up a bit and laid down some sound dampening carpet. Total cost 16 bucks



Picked up an OEM ITR front lip from a local HT member



I got really really sick of the Rotas and decided to order some 15" Enkei RPF1s, Tokico Illuminas and some H&R race springs

Sold the Rotas for $600 and installed these

Notice the height before suspension was on:

<img src="http://a10.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/20/l_e518f33e05a75b94c5e92c1ed80183d1.jpg">

And after:



Stuff Installed:
-Momo champ wheel w/ Mugen horn button
-Momo hub
-98 spec JDM ITR cluster
-ITR boot and armrest
-Mugen 5mt **** (blue)
-Amber climate control
-New DStuning mats
-JHP plate frame







So after a little while I traded a guy straight up for an amber clock then bought an Si deck (which was a pain to install) so the whole dash lights in amber



Worth it IMO

Love these wheels!!





I don't know why, but I really like this pic ^



Purchased a new steering column cover to replace my old scratched up one:

Old:


New:


New:


It was finally a nice day in Oly, so I figured I'd clean the car up and take some pics.





Cluttered bay


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Old 04-27-2008, 11:21 PM   #2
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good progress
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Damnit i want to know how that lip came out
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car looks really good. Some OEM fogs would make it complete.
what exhaust do you have?
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Old 04-28-2008, 01:57 PM   #5
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subscribed! love the progress. i should start one of these for mine.
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Old 04-28-2008, 05:13 PM   #6
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good progress


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Damnit i want to know how that lip came out
lol I have a lot of pics from that coming very soon

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car looks really good. Some OEM fogs would make it complete.
what exhaust do you have?
I'm not a huge fan of the OEM fogs so I'm probly just gonna leave it with the lip. But its stock as of now

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subscribed! love the progress. i should start one of these for mine.
lol DO IT!!

So I will be posting up quite a few of new pics tonight... especially of my paint job on the lip.

Check back a lil bit later for some updates
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Old 04-28-2008, 09:47 PM   #7
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Picked up some brand new splash guards up for half price so I couldn't pass that up.







So I have decided to just paint the front lip myself because every body shop I went to was gonna charge me from $130 to $150, CRAZY!! Plus it's so close to the ground its gonna just get all chipped up anyways since its my DD. So yesterday I went out and bought some supplies for the job.

Heres how the lip sat when I first got it:



Everything cost me around $25 bucks, so even if it doesn't turn out perfect I'm not out anything and if it does turn out well then I'm set

So this is what I got: Any helpful comments would be greatly appreciated
-3 5 oz cans of Milano Red Duplicolor
-1 5 oz can of clear coat (may need one more?)
-2 sheets of finer grit wet/dry sandpaper



So once I got home I started wet sanding it, then I dried it off let it off and let it sit for like 10 min so it would fully dry. Then I dry sanded it and this is how it sits now:





So today I made A LOT of progress on the lip. Check it out:

First coat: Looks pink



Second coat: Starting to look better



Third coat: Coming along



Ran out of paint so I went and bought some more also got some 1500 grit sand paper for wet sanding.



Sprayed those 2 cans on and still needed more. So before I left to go buy more I popped the lip on to see how it matched up.





At the end of the night this is what I had: Total of 9 cans of paint, some dirty fine grit sand paper, and some nasty red tack cloth, oh ya and an ITR lip painted to match







Paint is complete, so tomorrow after school I'm going to wet sand, clear coat and polish

Total cost around $50 bucks, plus it was a fun learning experience I love doin stuff myself!

BUMP if you view





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Wow that looks so close if not a perfect match to the milano red on the front bumper good work nice attention to detail i cant wait to see what it looks like with a thick clear on it
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I like it...Nice do something about your engine bay.
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Wow that looks so close if not a perfect match to the milano red on the front bumper good work nice attention to detail i cant wait to see what it looks like with a thick clear on it
Ya I think the 9 cans really did the job lol. I was crazy to think 3 cans would work. But I got the clear on today. Check it out!

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I like it...Nice do something about your engine bay.
Thanks and I am dying to get that thing cleaned up. YOU HAVE NO IDEA lol

So today I made some progress on the lip today. I ended up using 3 cans of clear, and it turned out pretty good IMO. I also took off the bumper for getting it all mounted up easily.

Take a look: The pictures don't do it justice















As for tomorrow I will be doing the wet sanding with 2000 grit to get it nice and smooth and buffing it to bring out that shine.

BUMP IT!


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love it
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Yea a wet sand will make that biatch pop nice work a very cost effective yet quality job
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love it
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Yea a wet sand will make that biatch pop nice work a very cost effective yet quality job
So I wet sanded it and I think it needs some more clear coat but we'll see. I'll rock it for a while how it is. PLUS I'm gonna buff the **** out of it tomorrow after class we'll see how it looks after that.

So it went from this:



To this:







I think it needs more clear we'll see what happens after I buff it more tomorrow.





I don't what to do about center caps





WOOP WOOP


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that car is looking damn good
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where did u buy the itr lip?
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nice and clean...
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ooo good stuff here
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It looks vvery nice
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that car is looking damn good
Thanks

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where did u buy the itr lip?
I got it from a local HT member. He was chill. Damn good price too

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nice and clean...
Just the way I like it

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ooo good stuff here
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It looks vvery nice
Thanks mang

Sooo I have decided that I love the lip lol. I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. Opinions would be greatly appreciated

Anyways here's a few pics after a good wash and wax













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w00t w00t for a local!
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w00t w00t for a local!
w00t, whens the next local meet?

So I'm trying to figure out what kind of exhaust to get. There is soo many choices. I have almost made up my mind, but I just wanted some opinions.

Here are my choices:
1. Mugen twin loop
2. Spoon N1
3. T1R Power 63
4. Apexi ws2

"You stay classy San Diego"
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CLEAN DC , NICE BUILD KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK
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CLEAN DC , NICE BUILD KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK
THANKS! I LOVE CAPS LOCK TOO! LOL
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what kind of lug nuts and valve stems are those on the enkei's?
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