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Hello All,

So I made the crazy decision to throw in a k24/k20 turbo set up in a 2008 honda accord sedan with a cx racing turbo system.
The breakdown of the build is I threw in a k24 acura tsx block with a k20 civic SI head along with an 02-04 Acura RSX type S 6 speed Transmission. The car is ran and powered through the infinity computer system. However I am running into a few issues.
Everything seems to be operational but I having an axle problem they just keep snapping on the passenger side. I went ahead and bout an axle for a CRV because of its length and it fit and all but it is still sitting at a weird angle. It is so hard to have a point of reference because this particular set up is mostly thrown into civics or integras..... never in an accord sedan. This car was originally an automatic and I obviously had that changed. So I am looking for any type of input on this matter because I am at the point of giving up. It has been a difficult journey to try to get this right and to say the least a money pit.
As far as the axel goes I have a STOCK 2008 honda accord axel in on the driver side which has not snapped but just looked at it and it also has a weird angle and the mid shaft is out of a TSX with the passenger side axle being a CRV axle as indicated above. I dont know what to do here all.

To wrap this up I also have another question.... Since the car is not running on the factory computer I believe my anti theft system in the car is still wondering what the heck is going on. I had an issue where the car would start with no issue but if I wanted to take the key out it would not let me only if I completely disconnected the battery. Now my mechanic somehow by passed it but the red dot on my car turns on when I open the door is there a way that I can just kill that anti theft system in its entirety??? Please help.
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Have you tried looking at the hasport axels? You may be able to reference dimensions from those to yours and buy one thats made out of stronger materials.
 
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