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  2. AJCivic

    CHEAP Civic Aerodeck

    I have Heko ones and I'm not impressed, they don't fit very well, the rear ones were falling down and passenger side front kept popping out. I've had to remove them all and fit new double-sided tape already and they haven't even been on that long. The deflectors move and tape has dried up and looks horrible all over again. Heko also sell Rover 400/45/MGZS ones, these might fit better on the front? The Heko ones are cheap though so it is a cheap mod to do! Under £30 for a set of 4. Can't complain.
  3. Yesterday
  4. Dave

    CHEAP Civic Aerodeck

    Climair are the best in my opinion mate. I've had both those and the team Hekkos and the quality and fit of the climairs are so much better. The Hekkos pop up on eBay often, the climairs tend to be mostly had from the climair website. If you want the rears too, type in Rover 400 if the civic ones aren't there.
  5. kalopooo

    The story of my MA8!

    More works done!!! Little paint! Intake manifold assembly!
  6. Dave

    REMOVING THE BRAKE HOSE, MAGIC FIXING???

    Excellent! Glad you got it out mate. Looking forward to pics of the new brakes!
  7. Dave

    stevie's Mb2 'shadow' ❤

    Glad to hear she's being saved mate. Changing the arms etc will also make her feel a lot nicer to drive. Looking forward to seeing her on the road again
  8. Last week
  9. powerofdreams

    stevie's Mb2 'shadow' ❤

    Well thought I'd update this as haven't done so in what seems like a eternity. But mission 'getting car back on road' beg8ns tomorrow. Let the mot run out bout a few months ago due to money shortages but the time is now as a easy decision was made. Scrap both wifeCorsa and my civic and get new car or scrap hers and fix mine. Hopefully not needing much. Exhaust middle and rear section. 2 upper suspension arms l. Front discs and pads. Probably couple of drop links and abit of tlc. And will b ready for the mot.
  10. DeLaSoul

    MC2 Project - Chassis prep

    Quick update, been away in New Zealand with work for a few weeks so no solid progress on the car but parts arrived while i was away so I got a few small jobs done on Sunday. Fuel System - finally bought all the fittings and hose to do the fuel system. Spent about 2 hours routing and plumbing it in but will need a bit more work. At least all the hoses are now cut to length. Fuel pickup, to filter (which will have a top cover), to the bulkhead. Return is attached and back to tank. Finally the vent is sent straight up to the cage, looped back and needs a bulkhead fitting putting in to vent to the outside of the car in a "dead air zone" Fuel lines from the rail to the fuel pressure regulator and then back along the bulkhead. Excuse the wiring, need to tidy up the routing
  11. Chandler

    Mae's diamond *mb1*

    cars looking great @mae-civic didn't realize you stripped out the rear! lips look good
  12. mae-civic

    Mae's diamond *mb1*

    Yes!! I saw only 2 or 3 on cars. And i never see the rear lip ever A friend contacted me when he was selling his 2 lips. They came from spain. I have to repair a little the front lip but it's not a problem
  13. AJCivic

    Mae's diamond *mb1*

    Wow! I didn't know there was a rear lip for the MA's to be honest until now. I quite like the style of it too. It's really cool that you found them after all this time, there must only be a few of them left.
  14. mae-civic

    Mae's diamond *mb1*

    hello here ! i give you some news pictures of my diamond. i just bought one of the most rarely lip, it's front and rear lips for civic MA only ( 95-97 ), OEM honda, i've been looking to found one for 8 years, since i have my civic i have to repair the front, but i'm very happy to found them !! in fews month, i will make white paint, i will fit them to my white civic !
  15. smilingchino

    CHEAP Civic Aerodeck

    hmm, yeah there's no oil sign on the driveway. But i checked today and the oil magicly appeared again because it's now passed the maximum oil gauge. I am going to check every 3 to 4 days if the level changes. An other question. I see alot of people run window visors but my question is where do you get it from. Because i only found the one from "team heko" but thats with clips and i like the climair more that holds itself in place. Thanks!
  16. noodels

    Axle-Back from other civics fit?

    get correct one for your mb2
  17. Hondamad1988

    REMOVING THE BRAKE HOSE, MAGIC FIXING???

    That's the one Dave! First time I've done brakes hoses, after a while of wiggling and looking at it thinking wtf is this mysterious fixing. Went back out this morning when it was acceptable to make a bit of noise and gave it a little tap underneath, popped straight out. Managed to get front complete today, looking very smart with new mtec discs and fancy green Hel lines fitted. Took a couple of goes figuring out best orientation of the brackets as you drop from 4 bolts to 2, but plenty of clerence full lock both ways now. Just the rears to do and a full system re fill and blead and it should brake better than ever before.
  18. perlarys

    D16W4 electric scheme

    Hi everyone! I'm new here but I have a question, I found on all forums and google but I dont find electric sheme from d16w4 I need it because I'm doing a swap. I know this engine have more sensors because its more actually its really different from d15z6, so any have all electric sheme in pdf or something..? Thanks you a lot, and I'm sorry my english is really bad.
  19. Dave

    REMOVING THE BRAKE HOSE, MAGIC FIXING???

    Once the nut has been undone and the C clip removed, you should be able to wiggle it loose then pull down to remove it. If there's a lot of corrosion/crud around it this will probably be whats holding it. I take it it's the bracket that's attached to the car, where the metal brake line joins the rubber flexi hose?
  20. Dave

    CHEAP Civic Aerodeck

    Does sound strange that it is constantly going low on the dipstick. Check the sump as these do tend to become corroded now due to the age of our civics. Look for signs of oil on the driveway or where you park. If no signs, then the oil has to be going somewhere. The B series engines do use oil sometimes, but the D series are generally fine although the mileage the engine has done is obviously a factor. If high mileage, then it could be burning oil due to wear. Does the oil light come on when you turn the ignition on, then go off as normal? Just checking the oil light is working. The amount of oil it is going through is a worry though.
  21. smilingchino

    CHEAP Civic Aerodeck

    Good afternoon boys, I finally got around and swap a other 1.5 vtec-e engine in my aerodeck. But the issue i am having now is when i check the dipstick after each week. The dipstick from the oil is far below minimum so i need to top it of. My oil warning on the dash dont come on, strangly enough. So the oil is gone? The car doesn't smoke doesn't smell oil. Doesn't sound like it is dry. But is this normal? Or is it really using oil without symptons showing . I like to hear some possibilities Thanks
  22. So, going for full MTEC brake change and fitting some HEL braided lines at the same time. Just gone to take the first front brake hose off. All gone smoothly, drained hose, all disconnected, removed the sliding metal clip for the top fixing where the hose connects to the brake line. AAAnnnndddd.......... What the chuff is still holding this onto the bracket? Ive unscrewed the brake line nut, removed clip on top, can't anything else that should come off or move, is it just the power of 20 years worth of corrosion holding it on? should it pull down through the little bracket? or it it part of the bracket?
  23. AJCivic

    My Silver MB2 Thread

    Been wanting a rear ARB, Mb6 or MG I don't mind. I don't really want to go drilling holes in suspension parts unless I have to though so what is the best way to put a rear anti roll bar on?! Will I have to pay out for aftermarket ones or try finding Mb6 control arms? What bolts etc would be needed? I had hoped to have had a few more things done to post on here by now but unfortunately not! Had a chance to get some standard Mb 14" alloys a few weeks back to replace the steel wheels but didn't go ahead with it in the end. I've been spending all my time trying to figure out the fog light wiring to the original switch, I can't be bothered cutting all wires to the pre existing rear switch if I can't get the front light bit working too! Just can't work out if I only need the wire from the relay I've installed, or if I need a live/earth too.
  24. TritonSolo

    Axle-Back from other civics fit?

    Hi, I'm wondering whether an off-the-shelf axle-back exhaust made for eg/ej/ek's will fit on my MB2. If so, which one should I be looking for? All help is more than welcome
  25. kalopooo

    The story of my MA8!

    For now feeling more power in low rpm.
  26. Earlier
  27. dmrichards

    P28 with Hondata S300, limp mode problem

    I've just got the same ecu for mine but it's not ready to run yet. so I can't really comment. have you checked all the earths. on my old kswapped em2 I missed on earth off and it would turn over but wouldnt start.
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