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Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EW' started by humblegumbo, Jul 2, 2007.

  1. humblegumbo

    humblegumbo 1595cc's of Mad Fury

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    Does anybody have a good source for parts interchangability for Honda's? When I'm scouring around the junkyard, sometimes I see cool stuff, but I'm not sure if it will fit on my car...and if it does, would it be an improvment?

    So, is there some kind of reference manual that will tell me what cars to look for as a source for parts? I'd like to get a top end, intake manifold, and throttle body for my D16A6. Upgrading the xmsn and brakes would be pretty badass too.
     

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    what car is it?
     
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    bro if its a 1991 crx then you have posted in the wrong part of the forum :mellow:

    but if its a 1g crx then your in the right spot ^_^
     
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    so why did you post a pic of an antiquated civic :)
     
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    Whoops. The forum jump drop down thingy's not very informative. Apologies.
    Although, honestly, it doesn't matter what car I'm driving since what I'm looking for is a source of information, not the specific information itself.

    One: the kind of thing I tend to see a lot of in the local junkyard
    Two: I thought you all might enjoy reading the post a little more if I included an interesting pic here and there.
     
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    Get me the rear struts off of that civic in the picture. DO IT NOW!!!!

    please?
     
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    really?? i think we have several of these in the junkyards here.. if i go and see one i'll yank all kinds of shit.. let me know of stuff you need
     
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    It has to be 1975 or older for the struts to be worth the effort.
     
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    i'll see what i find when i go next.. its gonna be triple digits until next week so it wont be anytime soon, not like your car is going anywhere .. :ph34r: :wall:
     
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    Damn. truth hurts.
     
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    is there a way to distinguish a 75 and below..
     
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    well yes it could because your car information was wrong so everyone here could have been giving you information for a 91 crx which is completely different to a 86 crx....if you were asking for a friends car then specify what car they are driving so we have an idea
    the the cars are completely different even though they are similar! ^_^ the only thing that will really fit for a 1/3g to a 2g crx is maybe the springs, seats and a few other thing that are really insignificant :huh:....
     
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    I'll have to look in to that...
    I know that there are different style hoods, but hood swaps are very common, so I would look for stickers and I believe it's in the VIN somewhere.
     
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    I'm sorry. I guess I wasn't clear w/ my initial request. I am not asking for information about a 91 crx, or an 86 crx. I am asking for a source of information regarding parts compatibility between any and all hondas...if possible.

    For example, if you were to tell me that a b16 will drop into a civic w/o modification, where did you find that info?
     
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