Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Honda Civic MB6'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Product Groups

  • MEMBERSHIPS
  • STICKERS
  • Key chains
  • CIVIC5 MERCHANDISE

Calendars

  • Civic5 Meets and Events Calendar

Forums

  • Club related stuff
    • About Civic5 & Rules
    • Latest Club News
    • FAQ
  • General Section
    • Chat Lounge
    • Members Cars
    • SOS! Help!!
    • Car Of The Month
    • Civic5 Meets/Events
    • Civic buyers guide
  • Technical Civic MA8 MA9 MB1 MB2 MB3 MB6 MC1 MC2
    • D.I.Y Guides
    • Engine & Chassis
    • Body/Electrics/Interior

Categories

  • Civic5 desktop wallpapers
  • Civic5 Smartphone wallpapers
  • Honda Related stuff
  • Civic5 DIY Guides
  • Misc Files

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Name


Location


Security check

  1. Previous to last winter the screw that holds the bracket with the small AC pulley has snapped by itself, probably due to cold/vibrations. Just wondering if it's repairable without engine removal. Regrettably I had an engine rebuild done the previous spring so I don't want to spend big money on engine removal just to replace one screw (the old one needs to be drilled out so not sure if that can be done with the engine still inside since it is on the side of the engine) Last summer was quite bad without the working AC and this summer is supposed to be even worse, so I might reconsider the repair ;o]] I've marked the pulley and the bolt on the attached pictures
  2. Hi guys, some of you may remember my previous M's... http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o179/bikerboymarv/7C3A7163-B5D6-471B-ABC8-ABF95F3FFBE0_zpszrm3cjug.jpg[/IMG] http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o179/bikerboymarv/A641B62F-7213-4D00-9D4A-B77FEAFB4700_zpsz6eurzgs.jpg[/IMG] http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o179/bikerboymarv/2418819E-E1E6-4049-B6CF-FFA30DAD7637_zpsuv0xeepx.jpg[/IMG] http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o179/bikerboymarv/EB1F4B48-F648-49AF-9291-D97BD626B78E_zpsef4drzej.jpg[/IMG] http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o179/bikerboymarv/7FC741DF-EA2F-45D4-8D9F-87A13A531920_zps377yuul2.jpg[/IMG] swapped my aerodeck a wee while back for a facelift ek coupe. Spent a bit time tidying it up and preparing it for a b series engine swap (my old c4 from the mb6 which dropped a valve and needing rings) but when browsing Facebook one day I found a preface lift coupe with a b16 conversion and some other tasty parts for sale local, and cheap. I bought that, sold my facelift coupe and spent a bit time sorting some of the bodges on the new coupe. Then when browsing Facebook again lol I came across a nicely spec'd mb6 which was also fairly local for a good price. The guy I bought the coupe off was eager to buy it back so I said if he gave me what the mb6 was going for then we could do a deal, which he jumped at. After driving the mb6 I knew I had to have it, I felt right at home. I prefer the styling of the m civics and I feel their very underrated which makes them more appealing to me a ma brief spec on the new mb6 is... B18c4 421 manifold Decat Custom stainless catback Top fuel carbon induction kit Apexi neo controller Vtec set at 4.8k Lightened flywheel Short shifter Momo gearknob Polybushed Koni adjustables Buddyclub front camber arms M2 rear camber arms Braided brake lines Drilled and grooved discs Lightweight evo alloys Additional upper strut brace Kode dished steering wheel Hid low hi kit Mesh grille De tangoed and sprayed headlights the car has been owned by enthusiasts and feels very good to drive. There is one issue with the gearbox/or linkage. It become stiff and hard to remove/engage gears when it's warm. Iv replaced the oil but this hasn't made much difference. Next I'm going to change the short shifter and linkage to see if this helps. Apart from that it's a joy to drive. I plan on adding my own wee touches to the car and just generally tidy bits up. heres a couple pics I snapped when I bought 2 weeks ago... http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o179/bikerboymarv/E1C11B16-5D24-457E-A9F5-02387C2D5887_zpsqko4agqq.jpg[/IMG] http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o179/bikerboymarv/1596DC20-54E7-47ED-B2C0-F3F1084F7357_zpseliwx1ri.jpg[/IMG] http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o179/bikerboymarv/7713D1EA-23BF-4445-BFAD-525A77151969_zpsqoe0j0lk.jpg[/IMG] http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o179/bikerboymarv/998D6822-7D42-4F1C-86A2-4E0141945666_zpsgtxe5xuj.jpg[/IMG] http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o179/bikerboymarv/1EB54978-8515-4721-B625-1D1EE069CEF8_zpsptorhdfv.jpg[/IMG] http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o179/bikerboymarv/6888605E-F6D6-40D5-BE10-CD32F1141CB1_zpsihpgyudz.jpg[/IMG] http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o179/bikerboymarv/54BDEF81-5818-421A-B292-C374F2E1E09E_zpsjbej18bt.jpg[/IMG]
  3. jamesvti

    roll cage

    hi all trying to find a roll cage for my vti, has anyone here bought one?
  4. Version 1.0.0

    10 downloads

    Arty studio shot of an MB6 with our logo below. Click on the screenshot to see bigger image.
  5. Version 1.0.0

    8 downloads

    Our second screen saver, featuring a Honda Civic MB6 on the road. Click on the screenshot to see bigger image.
  6. Just been offered a vtis shell only thing missing is engine box and shafts as the boy took them to do swap in his coupe. Do the parts like lip kit bumpers etc sell easy as iv been offered it cheap
  7. Found a great deal on a set of -40mm mb springs on the intranet tonight and I'm tempted to order them up. Problem is I plan to upgrade to mg zs 180 shocks in the future but I'm sure in the past I came across some info saying this -40mmMBspring/MGshock setup combined will end up in a total drop of 55mm??? I'll be running 15" wheels and want to keep it usable for everyday mundane family tasks so will this setup be any use? Cheers.
  8. Hello, do someone knows the part numbers of the vti-s floor mats and the vti-s shift knob? thx:)
  9. Ruby looking good!

    © Copyright Civic5.com 2009 - 2016

  10. So its been over 2 months since i brought my MB6...finally got round to putting it on the road and got a chance to inspect it at a mates garage. So far so good.....looks clean enough underneath. 135k Current mods Injen induction kit Blox intake manifold Uprated fuel rail decat, stainless steel pipe, custom back box (v loud!) Lowering spring (v low!) There's a dyno print out from the previous owner showing 198bhp! Need to do the timing belt as it was last done at 60k From what I've read...this is what I need. Timing belt with tensioner Power steering belt Alternator belt (No A/C) Rocker cover gasket Water pump At the same time looking to do a full service. Is there anything else recommended at this age/milage that I have missed out??
  11. Ruby's engine bay with custom rocker cover etc

    © Copyright Civic5.com 2009 - 2016

  12. Version 1.0.0

    3 downloads

    Our popular desktop 2, featuring an arty on the road shot of a Honda Civic 1.8 VTi MB6. This download contains three sizes in a zipped file; Size 1: 800 x 449 Size 2: 1024 x 575 Size 3: 1366 x 768
  13. Looking for a service kit - rather than looking for individual items need fuel filter and spark plugs mainly - but can't find a specific kit for the b18c4 ?? are the kits the same as the B16 ?? or will i need to order/find individual items that i need ? Thanx
  14. I would be glad if a friendly soul could identify this ting that is attached to the intake manifold.
  15. GavEg

    lowering MB6

    I am wanting to lower my MB6 ( hatchback ) i have read a few threads about different suspension that may fit finding exact fit springs/coilovers seems pricey or very limited are there any other model civics that will fit on with little or no mods needed ?? my mate brakes older civics eg ej ek etc so he has plenty parts - just need to know what i can use on the mb Thanx Gav
  16. Had the MB6 for 5 days and already started getting few bits from my mate (he's a Honda breaker, and looks after me lol) he had an aerodeck vti in for breaking - got panels, lights, mirrors, front bumper, b-pipe - all for £10 each then today in a job lot he got - i got myself a set of evo 6 recaros ( he gonna throw in the seats out of the aerodeck for me to make seat frames) got them for £150 Then i also got some dc2 alloys (no tyres) in white for £50 so i got alot to do now lol - gota get the coilovers fitted, make some seatframes and sort the wheels out
  17. we did this once before here, as part of the MG ZS group buy of heated front screens. there is one last ever (I know I said the last time would be the last), and this really will be the last time as its not worth my time and hassle and I gain nothing from this...the last ever heated screen group buy the screens WILL come with a top tint, and are dual circuit heated. They are 25£ more than the last batch 5 years ago (inflation!) at £225+vat. its a real last minute thing coz I kinda forgot about you guys, but I have to place an order Monday 8th Feb and as before £100 deposit is required, non refundable as I would be stuck with the screen and I would still have to pay the balance, but if for any reason... find someone else to buy it, whatever, we just need to fulfil the order. Its done through Ricky Evans motorsport as before, they supply cars in the BTCC. They will not stock these screens, if they would I wouldn't have to go to all this hassle for nothing, so this really is the only way to get one, there will be none left over, what I order I have to pay for and you guys pay the same cost per screen as I do, we had to pay the tooling on the first batch, believe me, its no cheap process. Call me 07941 857777 or join teh dark side - MG ZS Owners club on facebook where there is a post, or prob better still, Jason simm on facebook, its the MGZS pic with the stelio pass in the background. Sorry its last minute, but I don't want to miss you guys out.
  18. hi all, just sorned the civic for some much needed tlc. i have many plans for it, such as roll cage, bucket seats, lighten, blank sunroof, remove abs and ac, bake lines and fuel lines in car, hydraulic handbrake and maybe a few more.................. but, i want to freshen up the head, burns a bit of oil. do i need new head bolts or reuse old ones? anything i can do with the head off to gain a little? is there a how to guide somewhere on head rebuild/ torque setting etc ?
  19. CAR SPECIFICATIONS: - Model : VTi – Engine size : 1797 DOHC 16V - Year : 1997 – Colour : Pirates Black ENGINE MODIFICATIONS: - Funky power Long Arm Induction Kit - Apexi V-AFC VTEC Controller - Magnecor / KV85 Leads (Red) - Decat Pipe - Custom 3.5" backbox - Red Rocker cover - Black / Red skull and crossbones reservoir socks - Tegiwa Brake Stopper - Carbon Fuse Box Cover EXTERNAL: - ATR Style Lights - 6000k HID bulbs - Clear Side repeaters - Cree LED SMD Sidelight bulbs - JDM'd Rear lights - Cree LED Reverse bulbs - Silvertech bulbs Indicator Bulbs all around - Debadged Front Grill with slats - Debadged Rear apart from H Badge - MA Number plate surround - Honda Jazz Mist Washer Jets - Bosch Aero Wiper blades, including the rear - Honda S2000 Aerial - MGZS Skirts - VTI-S Rear Lip - Honda Boot Painted PB INTERNAL: - Carboned All of the Black Wood - ITR style Black with Red Numbered gear knob - Suede Black with Red Stitched gaitor - Real Carbon Fibre Speedo Bezel - MGZS Ash tray - Rover 45 Cup holder - Honda Accord Interior map reading light - with LED bulbs - SMD LED Interior bulb and Boot Bulb CHASSIS: - Speedline Chrono's in a Volvo gunmetal grey - OEM Honda Discs and Brembo Pads - 195/50/15 Toyo Proxies T1-R Tyres - MGZS 180 Shocks and Springs and ARB - Powder coated Strut Brace (Red) ICE: - JVC KD AVX2 DVD Head Unit - Unknow Front Speakers - Pioneer TS-E1002i Rear Speakers - Sigma Alarm FUTURE MODS: Fit JDM Light Harness 30mm Springs? Here are some pics in chronological order. Piston Head adds Removed the DOCH Decals from the side (as the owner put them back on to sale) Hense the quality pic Badgeless Grill Some reflection shots from the first time I clayed and polished the car Cheap Ebay Manifold (that didnt last long!) Some shots of the engine bay after i removed the manifold (taken using a mates DSLR) Some random reflection shots after using my machine polisher Random Shots New HT leads and Reservoir covers Sprayed and fitted MA number plate surround New Wheels Trial fit of new Skirts (just resting in place) Next month i hope to have the new tyres fitted, then refurb. Also whilst the wheels are there get the skirts done. Then all fitted
  20. This model of Civic has the Double Over Head Cam VTEC engine Fitted. Power output is 169bhp, making it a quick, powerful and practical sporty hatchback. The VTEC system not only makes the car fast and fun to drive, but also makes it reasonably economical when driving normally. Interior wise, the VTi has half leather (full leather optional extra) sports seats (with drivers seat height adjustment), black ash effect dash inserts (carbon effect on later models), air conditioning, rev counter, radio/cassette (CD player and CD Changer both available as options), electric windows all round, tinted glass with built in top tint sunstrip to windscreen, Electric tilt and slide glass sunroof, electrically operated and heated door mirrors, front and rear head rests, rear centre armrest, front arm rest/storage compartment and remote central locking with factory fitted immobilizer. Exterior wise, the VTi also benefited having headlamp washers, front lip/spoiler, colour coded mirrors and door handles, tailgate spoiler, 5 spoke 15 inch Speedline alloys (with an option alloy package of Speedline Chronos or Speedline Fan depending on model year), VTi badging and DOHC VTEC decals on the rear doors. Mechanically, on top of having the DOHC VTEC engine, the VTi also had uprated brakes, with 282mm vented front discs as standard. It also came with ABS, and a 5 speed gearbox with limited slip differential, adding to the driving experience. Safety wise, driver and passenger SRS airbags and side impact beams, plus seat belt pre-tentioners were all standard. The VTiS models had the same spec as the VTi, but came with the VTiS Speedline Chrono or Fan alloys as standard, and also had a deeper front lip/spoiler with vents, sports side skirts, rear lip, unique alloy VTiS gear knob (or silver and black VTiS gearknob depending on the model year), floor mats with VTiS embroidered onto them, and finally a VTiS badge fitted to the tailgate. VTiS models came in Pirates black pearlescent paint only. Additionally, the VTi and VTiS models were also available in Aerodeck models, the specs being the same as the 5 door hatch models. Aerodeck VTi/VTiS model codes are MC2. Here are the full specs for the Honda Civic VTi & VTiS 5 door hatchback and Aerodeck models. EngineType B18C4 Layout 4 cyl in line, 1797cc Max power 169bhp at 7600rpm Max torque 122lb ft at 6300rpm Specific output 93bhp per litre Power to weight 134bhp per tonne Torque to weight 98lb ft per tonne Installation Front, transverse, front-wheel drive Construction Aluminium alloy head and block Bore/Stroke 81.0/87.2mm Valve gear 4 valves per cyl, dohc High cam valve lift In: 239 dur/ 10.8mm lift - Ex: 235 dur/ 9.4mm lift Valve clearances In: 0.006"-0.007" Ex: 0.007"-0.008" (cold) Compression ratio 10.0:1 Cylinder Compression Nominal 220psi, minimum 140psi, max variation 43psi Ignition and fuel PGM-Fi Firing Order 1-3-4-2 ECU P9K-E11 OBD2 (with OBD1 style plugs) GearboxType S9B (Hydraulic) with Helical LSD 1st 3.230 2nd 1.900 3rd 1.360 4th 1.034 5th 0.848 Reverse 3.000 Final Drive 4.266 Exhaust SystemManifold Tubular steel 4-2, 2-1 downpipe with 1.7" ID collector Cat convertor 2" dia / 17.5" long Cat-back 2" dia piping with centre resonator & rear silencer This post has been promoted to an article
  21. Bought the car June 2010 near standard apart from the galant alloys and lowered suspension. (both been changed since then) I've done quite alot to the car in that time! and took photo's throughout the process which is still ongoing!!! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is what my VTi looks like at this present moment in time! (JULY 2012) It come along way since i bought her as the photo's below show!!! Click photo to zoom & zoom again for super size! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The List Of Mods So Far Exterior,,, Full VTiS Kit (Front, Rear Lips & Skirts) UpDate Pirates Black MGZS Skirts Custom Mesh Grill (Carbon Wrapped) Carbon Wrapped Bonnet Carbon Centre Section On VTiS Lip Oem VTiS Badge Red Boot H Badge Custom Made Black/Carbon Projector Headlights (8000k Bulbs) Custom Carbon Front Mudflaps SMD LED Strip Sidelights JDM Rear Brake Light Conversion Clear Side Repeaters Tinted Windows (Rears Medium Smoke & Tailgate Medium Smoke) Rear De-Wipered Aero Wiper Blades Shortened Ariel Carbon Wraped Fog Surrounds Ltd Edition Civic5 Sunstrip Sticker Suspention & Handling,,, 40mm lowering springs & New Shocks Brand New MGZS ARB Black OEM Rear Lower TieBar BEAKS Purple Rear Lower TieBar Front Upper Strut Braces (Twin Setup) DC2 Room Brace Rear Upper Brace Tegiwa B-Pillar Harness Brace Brakes,,, M-tec Drilled & Grooved Disks (Front & Rear) EBC Pads All Round Calipers Painted Red Wheels,,, 17 Inch Kosei Concepto M03E Alloy Wheels With 215/40/17 Tyres Engine,,, S/S 4-1 Manifold Super Sprint Decat S/S System S/S Backbox 2.5" Round Tailpipe Password Vtec Soleniod Cover Tegiwa Carbon Fiber Whale Intake ToyoSports Red Square Oil Catch Tank Apexi AFC NEO Custom HKS Candy Purple Rocker Cover Carbon Wrapped Plug Cover Red Silicone Hoses Red Hose/Cable Dressing Magnecor KV85 Red Ignition Leads Denso Iridium Power Spark Plugs Red Polybush Exhaust Mounts Tegiwa Black Reservoir Covers Red Reservoir Covers Interior,,, Accord Type R Recaro's MB/MC Recaro Runners Tegiwa B-Pillar Harness Bar/Brace Apexi AFC NEO (On Apexi Stand) Oem VTiS Gear Knob (Alloy) Oem Integra Type R Mats Full MGZS Carbon Trim (Inc Ash Tray Conversion) Black A Pillars Trims SMD White/Blue LED Interior Light Blue LED Light Clusters MGZS Cup Holder Ice,,, Headunit,,, Pioneer deh-7400mp (Dolphins one) Front Speakers,,, JBL components Rear Speakers,,, Vibe Black Air Kevlar 6x9 3 Way Speakers Amp(s),,, Alpine DC Straight (6X9) JBL (Sub) Sub,,, Kenwood 10" 650Watt & Box Ice Wiring,,, Vibe Audio Slick 4 AWG Gauge 2000W Amp Wiring System Kit & Hi-Def 16AWG Speaker Cable. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks for looking!!! Any Coments Welcome!!! Photo's below show what the car looked when i bought it! http://i1107.photobucket.com/albums/h397/paulgknight/IMG_0038640x480.jpg http://i1107.photobucket.com/albums/h397/paulgknight/IMG_0037640x480.jpg http://i1107.photobucket.com/albums/h397/paulgknight/IMG_0044640x480.jpg http://i1107.photobucket.com/albums/h397/paulgknight/IMG_0042640x480.jpg ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Start My first modifications where to replace the back bumper because the other one was scratched & had a big gouge taken out of it!, so that was done in the first 2 weeks. Then came my new black mesh grill with surround painted in pirates black! Clear side repeaters] were then fitted & got hold of some new honda centre caps, Got some custom made number plates and painted all my calipers in red. All these little mods have made the VTi look so much better!! This had made me relise that it has the potential of looking great after a bit of TLC!!! All photo's taken after a polish and detailing,,,,, ;) Got vid awell!!! aRgqoQTpF7Y http://i1107.photobucket.com/albums/h397/paulgknight/IMG_0099640x480.jpg http://i1107.photobucket.com/albums/h397/paulgknight/IMG_0101640x480.jpg http://i1107.photobucket.com/albums/h397/paulgknight/IMG_0100640x480.jpg
×
×
  • Create New...