Well, looks like I won't be using the Yonaka axles for my Del Sol swap. I tried to swap the inners and it wasn't working. Also, the Yonaka axle lengths were 25" (Driver) and 23" (passenger side). I so wish I could pull them apart as swapping the inners would work great. The new driver side would have been close to the OEM swapped inner's driver side. The new passenger side would have been slightly longer than the OEM swapped inner's passenger side which is slightly too short.Well, I thought I'd bump this thread and add some notes for myself on what's left to do.
Modify RSX-S axles (swap inners)
Repair cut up ignition switch wiring.
Buy cheap eBay 2.5" piping for Civic HB and have friend or exhaust shop shorten it for Del Sol.
Finish modified Del Sol to S2000 (AP2) cluster harness. This is a need to do as I'm under the impression that the S2000 cluster can convert VSS signal from high to low.
Put S2000 clutch reservoir on Omni S2000 Quicklutch.
Replace brake rubber brake lines with braided lines.
Put piston and seals back onto front brakes and install caliper.
Install radiator support and traction bar.
Double check that all bolts are properly torqued on engine.
Drop engine in.
Lengthen charge harness.
Create new main ground wire from battery to frame.
Modify either the SRS harness or EK cable reel/clock spring because connectors are different.
Install fuel lines and FPR.
Connect engine harness, swap harness and dash harness together.
Hope car starts.
Want to do later:
Replace DC Sports header with K-Tuned 4-2-1 header.
Maybe get a grounding kit.
Remove unnecessary D-series wiring from dash harness.
Repair speaker wiring (cut by previous owner)
Reinstall interior (dash, and other covers)
They are in fact. They're ATE PremiumOne's. ATE is also the same company that produces the SuperBlue brake fluid. I had to get TSX ones because they don't make them for the RSX-S (which my calipers are).Coming along nice there... Tell me those aren't Canadian tire rotors..:silly:
Well .. You are a true Canadian.. And a dare devil as well.. Going with the Crappy Tire, your taking your life in your hand..lol. Please tell me you don't let them do any work on your car.They are in fact. They're ATE PremiumOne's. ATE is also the same company that produces the SuperBlue brake fluid. I had to get TSX ones because they don't make them for the RSX-S (which my calipers are).
If I wanted though, I can always throw on my TSX/CL/TL front calipers on for a perfect fit. Right now, I'm using washers to space the caliper bracket out 1mm or so.
It was easier than putting a watermark on each picture. One of my favorite mugs too. That along with a teal one I got for helping get some battleship running. It used some automation software the company I worked for at the time (GE Fanuc) produced.i love how that coffee mug goes eveywhere wit u lol good build bro!! keep em coming!:up::up: