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88 Civic STD weight strip registry

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by K2e2vin, Oct 20, 2006.

  1. K2e2vin

    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    Don't mind me, I'm just making a registry of what was removed and the weight; car is a 1988 Honda Civic STD.

    Foam/cardboard roof+rear seats= 32lbs
    Rear seatbelts=7.5lbs
    OEM wing=4lbs
    Spare=19lbs
    stock wheels w/ 175/70-13= 26.2lb
    miata m-edition wheels w/ 195/60-14= 26.2lb
    Front sound dampening= 8.4lb(foam sound dampening)
    Dashboard with gauge cluster= 16lbs
    blower= 3.2lbs
    stock front bumper/support and "filler" piece=~27lbs
    88 CRX HF bumper/support= ~12lb
     
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    Umm ok
     
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    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    :rolleyes:
     
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    Is the model really the STD? Does the paint around the front lip mysteriously blister up and then heal within a few weeks?
     
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    Yes it's a STD; 4-spd transmission, no AC, D15B1 with the "HF" style exhaust manifold, no rear windshield wipers, etc. The previous owner primered the crap out of it, so i cant tell. I knocked some of the primer off when I sprayed degreaser on it.
     
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    It was a herpes joke... :rolleyes:
     
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    Post some pics of your engine bay. I wanna see your ITB's.
     
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    My STD didn't have an HF style manifold. The CX does, it's supposedly an "HF Civic Hatch".
     
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    Right now the engine bay is empty; doing a wire tuck, swapping the main harness from the CRX, and rewiring some other stuff. I'll get some pics at the end of the week though(I still haven't bought a digital camera so I have to borrow one.).

    What year was your STD? Mine is a 1988. Don't know if that makes a difference. At first I didn't notice it had an HF style manifold until I was under the car and noticed no catalytic converter, looked to the front and noticed the header(when I bought the car, I didn't even look at the motor because it was coming out anyways).
    The "HF Manifold"
     
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    my 88 STD has hte HF manifold...and lol at hte herpes joke!
     
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    Just a note; I didn't weigh it, but the STD transmission mount is smaller than the DX one.
     
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