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Just finished it up last night, a customers car that is on the board...its on the CTR comp as of right now, Kpro is on the way along with a slew of other parts. Custom C&R Radiator we modified, ARC Box, fuel system, downpipe for tsx header, coolant res....etc...Just thought we would post some pics. Enjoy :)

- USDM K20A2 RSX Type S
- HASport Mounts & Axles
- Hybrid Racing PNP Harness
- CTR ECU untill Kpro Arrives
- STR Fuel Rail, SX 1:1 FPR, Stainless Lines & Fittings
- TSX Header w/ Heatwrap
- C&R Radiator w/Fan Modified to retain stock location
- EP3 Pulley System
- ARC Air Box Custom Fitted
- Zerolift Custom Downpipe
- Zerolift Custom Coolant Overflow Tank
- Zerolift Custom Shifter Box - Alows Use of the stock Center Console
- Zerolift Brake Booster Bracket
- Apexi N1 Pro Dampners
- ITR 5 Lug
- Advan RGs 17"
- Seibon CF Lip Kit
- Spoon Duckbill
- VIS CF Hood
- J's Racing Duct & Canards
- Recaro SRDs
- ITR Steering Wheels
- Much more... here are the pics, K20 into DC2 is coming soon





 

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Just finished it up last night, a customers car that is on the board...its on the CTR comp as of right now, Kpro is on the way along with a slew of other parts. Custom C&R Radiator we modified, ARC Box, fuel system, downpipe for tsx header...etc...Just thought we would post some pics. Enjoy :)





which radiator was used. i thought you had to relocate it over to the driver side because the top water neck would hit the intake manifold.
 

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As a query did you guys turn the connection on the bolt for the water pump? I used to run my radiator on that side aswell so it could put my air filter in the bumper.. But I found that by turning and grinding a little bit of the water pipe connection that bolts to the block the Pipe had a straight run... But the swap looks good..
Is it me or do all the swaps we are seeing now just keep looking better and better...
 

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So were you able to keep the heater core while mounting it below the tunnel? Also what shifter assembly did you use? Just trying to get as much info as possible before doing my own.
 

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So were you able to keep the heater core while mounting it below the tunnel? Also what shifter assembly did you use? Just trying to get as much info as possible before doing my own.
yes, they made their own bracket rerouting the heater core. They used the RSX shifter and went under the car making a custom enclosure for it.
 

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i would like some close up pics of the custom shifter box and cables if possible under the car. looks nice and cleand and stock. not high at all.

can we see that. Never seen it done before.
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Hasport did it on their white time attack . NASA challenge integra. I have seen pics on old honda tunings. I don't have pics of it but basically you mount it underneath the car and you protect it with a custom enclosure you wil be able to buy soon from zerolift. I am sure when they are ready to sell these, they will post pics of how it should be done.
 

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Would Zerolift have the rerouting bracket too? I definately want to keep my heater working with the swap, but don't really want to mount the RSX shifter on top of the tunnel if possible, it'd be just way too high.
 

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hey

this is the owner of the car

just wanna say thanks to everyone i will be posting pics from the show were at this weekend with all the toyo tire models and some other hotties
hhahh

anyway we used a prelude shifter box i believe and modified the fuck outta it wouldnt recomend it unless you know what your doing


zerolift will be duplicating it and making a fined tuned one shortly

the radiator is a c&r outta a normal 92-95 civic i used to have a c5 motor all we did was cut the neck off of it and weld a 90degree turn in it. and then weld a neck on the outlet that comes off of the head and then another 90degree of the end of that

its got the jdm vavle cover on it now and just looks fukin phat ill keep post more about it later just to let you know cincy has some phat cars and lots of honda meets happen around here and columbus and i attend all of them so if your around or catch wind of it attend there alot of fun
heres some sites to check on for meets in the future www.ohiohondas.com and www.cincinnatistreetracing.com

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Re: hey

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this is the owner of the car

just wanna say thanks to everyone i will be posting pics from the show were at this weekend with all the toyo tire models and some other hotties
hhahh

anyway we used a prelude shifter box i believe and modified the fuck outta it wouldnt recomend it unless you know what your doing


zerolift will be duplicating it and making a fined tuned one shortly

the radiator is a c&r outta a normal 92-95 civic i used to have a c5 motor all we did was cut the neck off of it and weld a 90degree turn in it. and then weld a neck on the outlet that comes off of the head and then another 90degree of the end of that

its got the jdm vavle cover on it now and just looks fukin phat ill keep post more about it later just to let you know cincy has some phat cars and lots of honda meets happen around here and columbus and i attend all of them so if your around or catch wind of it attend there alot of fun
heres some sites to check on for meets in the future www.ohiohondas.com and www.cincinnatistreetracing.com

:D
Could you post close up pics on the radiator, i want to see how they modded that. A good view of the top and bottom hoses if possible. I rather keep it on that side, so i can still run my a\c easier.
 

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nikos said:
Hasport did it on their white time attack . NASA challenge integra. I have seen pics on old honda tunings. I don't have pics of it but basically you mount it underneath the car and you protect it with a custom enclosure you wil be able to buy soon from zerolift. I am sure when they are ready to sell these, they will post pics of how it should be done.
Wow that sounds good.
 
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