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About koen_valk

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  • Birthday 05/07/1992

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    Follow my Instagram <span>@</span>koenvalkenburg for some more updated pictures of my Deck!
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  • Name
    Koen
  • Age group
    17-25...Youngster!
  • Location
    Zoetermeer Netherlands

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  • Civic Model
    CIVIC S 5 DOOR
  • Model code
    MC2

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  1. I'd might go for a build thread if people are interested!?
  2. Thanks fella's. If just the MG ZS ones are compatible, which size difference are the compared to the oem MB6 ones? I've already installed a MB6 one on the Deck, but I'd like to go a bit further. Also the front ones, are they also thicker from the MG?
  3. Hello everyone. I'm the owner of a Silver VTI Aerodeck for almost 7 years now, and use it as a daily/weekendracer/tracktool. I've changed it almost every nut and bolt on the car, and still I try to improve things as we go. The full suspension of the car has been adjusted/altered for a fully adjustable coiloverset, PU bushings, changed the front brakes from the oem single piston to a double piston caliper form the Accord V6, braided brakelines, Ferodo ds2500 pads, slothed discs from Stoptech, and loads more. I've just always wondered, what are the thickest swaybars we
  4. Whats the tyre size of the Advans? Loving the meaty fitment!
  5. I'm not a mechanic whatsoever, but personaly, I don't cheap out on oil. Keep using good quality oil, even when it burns a bit of it. Check if it burns oil when you'll step on it, or when you let you foot off the gaspedal. If its with pttm(pedal to the metal) it's you're rings, if its when you'll let of the gas, it's most likely the stemseals. About the gearbox oil, I'd use the MTF 3, just because the most Honda guys which drive them a long period allways tend to us it, but I'm no expert at this
  6. I've used this sandwich plate from D1 (picture 1), and it didn't even cleared the coollant pipe which runs at the rear of the engine, under the intake(picture 2) #1#2
  7. An update on my install. I'm still running the 2 sandwich plates. I've had a leak around the sensors I've had installed (oilpressure, oil temp before the cooler, oil temp after the cooler). so I've used som eteflon tape to stop the leaking. Works like a charm now!
  8. Eg/dc2/ek tie rods don't fit. I've found the oem partnumber(53010SR3010) and ordered the right one on Autodoc.com. Ours are with an M14 thread and the other ones are with an M12 thread.
  9. Turbo is the way to go for serious power gains. It's probably better if you tell us what you want. There are multiple ways to gain power, but also at different prices.
  10. Hi George, I'm in the same possition as you are right now. How did you've achieved it to mount it properly? What I've done for now is used a 2nd sandwichplate which i've already had, an placed that one on the other one, so there was any room to mount the oilinglines to the cooler. I've still have a leak, which for some reason cannot be found where it's from.
  11. My dome light switch was broken which created a bad connection. Switched it for an different one and works gereat again!
  12. Is the problem fixed? If so, what was the issue!? Im also having this problem with my mc2 so Im interested in the outcome.
  13. Guys, Thanks a lot for all the quick responses. Ive found the problem. The enginloom was just the same as my old one. It was just a kind of white guide thingy that was still stuck in the "new" loom which still needed to be removed! I'll try to still upload some pictures to help clarify the problem. Cheers
  14. Hi there, My name is Koen and im from the Netherlands. I've just replaced my broken down b18c4 (broken valve kissed the cylinder) which went in like a charm. As after fitted it in ik discovered that the engine loom plug is just a tiny bit different then my old engine loom. The plug thats got me a headache is 1of the plug near the co-drivers side(probably drivers side for most uk drivers becuase its a lhd car). One of the plugs had got a little white peg which isn't fitted on the other engine. I've looked at the colour and lining of the cables and they are all in the same plug, but
  15. Hi there, My name is Koen and im from the Netherlands. I've just replaced my broken down b18c4 (broken valve kissed the cylinder) which went in like a charm. As after fitted it in ik discovered that the engine loom plug is just a tiny bit different then my old engine loom. The plug thats got me a headache is 1of the plug near the co-drivers side(probably drivers side for most uk drivers becuase its a lhd car). One of the plugs had got a little white peg which isn't fitted on the other engine. I've looked at the colour and lining of the cables and they are all in the same plug, but
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