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Old 11-06-2005, 06:25 PM   #1
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Default HELP-----94 civic ex/1.6 SOHC vtec ( pictures )

hi i need some help with my new car. i just traded my 89 bmw for this civic.
the bodykit is broken in the front and the front bubmer is all messed up ..
i think its way to low, and i dunno how to adjust the springs, the last owner said thier adjustable, and also the head lights dont seem to be fitting and i'm also missing bolts on the head lights and the front bumber....
the head gasket is also not the rihgt one....
i can use nay information i can or help...
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Old 11-06-2005, 06:30 PM   #2
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you should have kept your bmw....
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Old 11-06-2005, 06:33 PM   #3
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Old 11-06-2005, 06:41 PM   #4
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sale the body kit, sell the wheels, sell the headlights buy stock headlights, repaint the car, leave it dumped, and get any decent set of 15 or 16 inch wheel, and thats all you would need to do appearance wise. as far as not having the correct headgasket, if it doesnt have the right one on it the engine is probally good and fuxxored already, pull it and replace it any sohc vtec d15b or d16z6 or d16y8 would all be good choices.
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Old 11-07-2005, 11:42 AM   #5
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the BMW needed and new fuel bump and a new O ring( from what i have heard form the mechanic that checked it ) but it would start and go donw the road and just shut off, and wouldn't start back up...so i already spend $800 fixing it and then it started doing all that **** so i was like expletive it and moved on.....

for the civic i got the old headlights and tail lights, i got the old rims for it also...and the car started fine and sounded pretty good, we drove it around a circle once to see if it ran alright, and it seemed fine. the Fat expletive that use to own it said he rebuild the whole engine with his ****** father, but i guess nether of them new **** about cars...
it didn't have any antifreeze other wise i would have drove it around the block, it also needs a new fuel bump bc it overheats....
i'll try to get some money to fix it but i dunno how to swap an enigne in there..i would need some help.
any one in NH area feel free to come up and check ti out...
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Old 11-08-2005, 08:25 AM   #6
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sale the body kit, sell the wheels, sell the headlights buy stock headlights, repaint the car, leave it dumped, and get any decent set of 15 or 16 inch wheel, and thats all you would need to do appearance wise. as far as not having the correct headgasket, if it doesnt have the right one on it the engine is probally good and fuxxored already, pull it and replace it any sohc vtec d15b or d16z6 or d16y8 would all be good choices.
That bodykit is for sale, the front bumper has that piece taken out and a tear, but the rest of the kit is fine. I'm not sure what kind it is, i believe the rear is a buddy club II. but, 250 takes it. I also have the stock headlights, tail lights, corner lenses, and springs, if anyone is interested, let me know.


Also, the guy who posted this is my friend, also an idiot. It's not the wrong head gasket, but the one that is on there is blown.
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That bodykit is for sale, the front bumper has that piece taken out and a tear, but the rest of the kit is fine. I'm not sure what kind it is, i believe the rear is a buddy club II. but, 250 takes it. I also have the stock headlights, tail lights, corner lenses, and springs, if anyone is interested, let me know.


Also, the guy who posted this is my friend, also an idiot. It's not the wrong head gasket, but the one that is on there is blown.
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