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Figured I would keep everyone updated on here as well

The car is flawless, it came in on a Chariot.







Old engine out in 1 hour

Fast forward, week ahead

Well what could this be ?


After unwrapping a few things, there is a sign, not the normal vtec sign, but a weird looking blair witch logo, with vitec.



So we unwrapped some more, part came flying out like a big easter egg


Then finally



 

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Ya that is one clean crx you got there have fun with that engine you got there tell us if ur going na or turboing. i may be a noob but wut is vitec?
 

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jfish360 said:
Ya that is one clean crx you got there have fun with that engine you got there tell us if ur going na or turboing. i may be a noob but wut is vitec?
its JDM for VTEC y0!!!! lol
 

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rex2nr said:
jfish360 said:
Ya that is one clean crx you got there have fun with that engine you got there tell us if ur going na or turboing. i may be a noob but wut is vitec?
its JDM for VTEC y0!!!! lol
:shock: jdm
 

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One beautiful Rex. And that is a clean motor where did you get it?
 

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Nice!!! 8) On another note though, I've never seen an intake with a split there... is that normal or did you do have to do that to get it to fit?
 

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Just paint the bolts. Using stainless steel anywhere on your car makes the rest of your car rust faster. It's called Galvanic Corrosion. Stainless Steel acts as a cathode, and the normal steel and aluminum will act as an anode. Usually the first place to rust out will be the contact point between the two metals. Bye bye bolt hole threads.

http://www.corrosion-club.com/galvanic.htm
 
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