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Fs: Turbocharged Del Sol Si

Discussion in 'Parts: For Sale/Trade/Wanted' started by secondGEN_CRX, Mar 12, 2003.

  1. secondGEN_CRX

    secondGEN_CRX Junior Member

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    1993 Honda del Sol Si

    Engine: SOHC VTEC (D16Z6)

    Mileage: 95,200 (about half are highway miles)

    Factory
    Options:
    5-Speed Manual Transmission
    Power Windows/Rear Window
    Power Mirrors
    Removable Hard-Top
    Power-assisted four-wheel disc brakes
    Power-assisted rack and pinion steering
    drivers-side bag),
    Four-wheel double wishbone suspension,
    Front stabilizer bar
    Adjustable steering column
    Tachometer
    Digital clock
    Rear window defroster
    Cold A/C
    Honda Car Alarm with Remote

    Engine
    Modifications:
    MSD Sport Compact Ignition Control Unit
    MSD Blaster 2 External Coil/mount
    MSD Modified Distributor Cap
    Battery Relocation Kit
    AEM Tru Power Pulleys (silver)
    Holley In-Tank Electric Fuel Pump (255l.p.h.)
    GReddy TD40H 15G Turbocharger
    GReddy Type-31 Intercooler
    Blitz Super Sound Blow-off Valve
    Short Throw Shifter
    Matrix Adjustable Coil-Overs
    2.75†Custom Exhaust (turbo header -> back
    Reactive Muffler
    Body
    Modifications:
    Brand New Captiva Blue Pearl Paint
    VIS “Grade A†Carbon-Fiber Hood
    VIS Strada F1 Front
    VIS Invader Side Skirts
    VIS TSC Rear Valance
    VIS Z3 Fenders
    S2000 Invader DTM Rear Wing from VIS
    17†ICW Ten Spoke-Tuner Rims w/ Kumho Ecsta Supra 712(new!)
    Interior
    Modifications:
    del Sol Zigzag Floor Mats (blue)
    Pioneer CD player
    White Face Indiglow Gauges
    Lunar Series 5†Tachometer w/ Shift Lite
    Lunar Series Boost Gauge
    Lunar Series Air/Fuel Gauge
    Lunar Series Oil Pressure Gauge
    APC Fire Extinguisher (blue)
    Custom Shift Knob
    Ichibahn Emergency Brake Handle

    New Parts:
    Timing Belt
    Distributor
    NGK Spark Plugs
    Distributor Rotor
    Ignition Control Module

    Parts Not
    Installed:
    Exedy Racing Clutch (directly from Japan)
    Ichibahn Petals (blue)
    Blue Vacuum Hose Kit
    B&M CommandFlo Fuel Flow Modifier
    B&M Fuel Pressure Gauge

    History: I am the 4th owner of the car. The car was bone stock with 88,000 miles and in mint condition. I bought it from an older couple that was in the middle of having a family and they realized that they couldn’t afford to have the two-seat car sit around in the garage anymore. They bought the car when they first were married from a younger girl who lived about 150 miles north from them. The girl purchased the car from the very first owners that lived all the way in Alaska! (that is where a lot of the highway miles came from) The car was always taken care of from the day it came out of the factory. I personally feel I’ve taken the most care of the vehicle out of all the owners because I have basically re-done the whole car.

    The body work began late winter of 2002 and was completed at the end of April 2002 by Kirby Johnson, who does professional, classic auto restoration in Columbus, Nebraska. All of his work is guaranteed for one year after completion, which is still valid. The car was piece by piece taken a part and sanded, removed any blemishes, primed, painted with six coats of Captiva Blue Pearl, and clear coated. The body kit, fenders and spoiler was installed by him and me. Lastly, the “grade A†carbon-fiber hood was put in place.

    The full MSD ignition and the battery relocation kit were installed in late August. The turbocharger and intercooler was installed when the odometer read 93,477 miles in early October. It then was properly broke-in and not revved past 3500rpm for 500 miles. The oil is changed every 2,000 miles or less with 5w30 synthetic motor oil. I take care of my vehicles and my father owns an oil changing business.

    The car is always spotless. A thin layer of dust on it is the dirtiest it has ever been. It has never been driven in the rain or snow. I’ve driven the car to a couple big cities to the show and meets and it gets wonderful highway gas mileage with the turbo. The Honda del Sol is usually driven on Friday or Saturday nights and the rest of the time it sits happily under its California Custom Fit Car Cover, in its own separate garage. Just recently the car made it into a magazine called Northern Rodder and had lots of pictures and a good size article about the car.

    This car is very, very nice and runs awesome. I have invested a lot of time and money into it. It is basically flawless and very cherry. I am asking $13,500 for the car. It is well worth every penny. All you have to do is buy it and drive it home. The only thing that the car might need is aftermarket shocks/struts.

    Serious inquires only! If you are serious I have pictures available upon request by - email: tyler_is_my_name@hotmail.com or phone: 402-564-1951

    Shipping can be arranged at buyers cost.


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    liquid00meth Senior Member

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