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Old 12-26-2008, 11:03 AM   #1
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Default Domani / Acura EL conversion, bolt up all years? Different between 97-98 and 99-01?

Ok so I would like to do a Domani / Acura EL front end conversion, I've been told it will bolt right in by a few, but noone seems to address the differences between 96-98 and 99-00 civics and how that may affect the bolt-up-ness of this front end.

Anyone know if:
A) all 97-01 EL front ends will bolt right up to all 6th gen civic front ends?
B) is there any difference between the years of ELs that were made like there are between the civic years.
C) do I need to buy a certain year of EL front end to bolt up to my '00 civic?

Ok so essentially the same question three times.

let me know

also... sell me your EL/Domani/Gemini parts

p.s. I attempted to search, but as we all know search is useless for now
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Default Re: Domani / Acura EL conversion, bolt up all years? Different between 97-98 and 99-0

Sorry just seen this but yes they will all bolt up
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Default Re: Domani / Acura EL conversion, bolt up all years? Different between 97-98 and 99-0

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... but noone seems to address the differences between 96-98 and 99-00 civics and how that may affect the bolt-up-ness of this front end.

Anyone know if:
A) all 97-01 EL front ends will bolt right up to all 6th gen civic front ends?
B) is there any difference between the years of ELs that were made like there are between the civic years.
C) do I need to buy a certain year of EL front end to bolt up to my '00 civic?
here are the differences for 96-98 and 99-00.
bumper is different do to larger grill and slightly diff. fenders.
fenders are different since the head lights are different too.
and you hood is different from the EK since the fenders, grill and headlights were slightly changed.

your other question, i do not know
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Default Re: Domani / Acura EL conversion, bolt up all years? Different between 97-98 and 99-0

So basically even if I have a 96 style core support, I can use the 99 EL front end as long as I use the whole from assembly such as the hood, fenders, lights and bumper?

Aslo, does anyone know any part numbers or were I can get the front end from other than from VIS? Thank you.
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Default Re: Domani / Acura EL conversion, bolt up all years? Different between 97-98 and 99-0

you can get the parts from Venus-Auto.com Thats where i got mine it comes with every thing you need
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Default Re: Domani / Acura EL conversion, bolt up all years? Different between 97-98 and 99-0

Can i use the Domani core support as well with the front end swap? by 2000Ek core support is smashed
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Default Re: Domani / Acura EL conversion, bolt up all years? Different between 97-98 and 99-0

Yes, you can, and in the future, don't bump 4 year old dead threads, especially when 10 minutes on Google could have answered your question.
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