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Not sure about this Cr-x

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by MazdaAspec, May 8, 2008.

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    I had bought this 1991 Cr-x in November of 2006. It has many problems that I am working on and fixed. I don't know a whole lot about any Honda but am learning. Yesterday, I took it in for some vinals and the guy had a Cr-x and told me I had an Si model, because of the door. The seat belts where built into the door is why he said that. When I got it, it had an HF badge on the back which made me believe it was and HF. Then I got thinking, I had Si seats in it but put Tenzo R's in it and the door panels had Cr-x on them. I am not sure but did the HF have any of the stuff like that. Seats had the red stiching on them.
     
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    sounds like an SI
     
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    eh,... just so you know tunercrazed.. you're not the asshole of HS .. i am.. haha.. RA "Resident Asshole" .. :D
     
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    tunercrazed HS Official Hippie

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    Dammit!
    lol nah I'm not even an asshole at all (at least I don't think so), it was just an inside joke
    I guess this means I need a new title....

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    the seat belts have nothing to do with it, look for a sun roof on all years to be a si
     
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    What kind of vinyls?
     
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    if it has rear discs then its an SI
     
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    correct but thats only for 90-91 years
     
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    I believe it is an HF it the doors do not make a difference and there is not moon/ sun roof on it. Plus the guy did say he did an Si rear end conversion on it. OOO Crap, will that make a difference if I get Megan Coil overs or not, since the body styles are simular.




    They were for a car club up in the state and I was getting magnets for SCCA autox
     
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    it wont matter, if your that worried give me your vin number and ill tell you what it is
     
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    I am learning much but want to make it look like a sleeper (dented body look) but the internals I am fixing so I can race it. I don't want to buy parts if nothing works but as of now it seems like no matter what style I bought for it all fit in the car. Just worried about the money I spend won't work expecailly when every purchase is about 800 plus dollars.
     
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    The coil-overs will work for any Civic of that body style, the trim level doesn't matter...
     
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    I could help with the dented body look. Do you have full coverage insurance?

    -Carl-
     
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    no I dont. I kinda wanat to keep it like that to keep the sleeper look.
     
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