I started a build thread a while back before I was even done, so I've got pics from the whole process. I had a '95 Corolla, crashed it. Oops! I don't take that corner at 55 in the rain anymore at least. Then I needed wheels to get to and from work, so I needed to grab a new (used) car as soon as I could, my budget was tight, and to tell the truth, I didn't really like Hondas... But the price was right and it was reliable, so I got it. A GOD DAMNED LEMON!!@$#$@$!%! The guy I bought it from had it completely ghetto-rigged so it would run fine on a test drive, but about two weeks later, it all went to hell. Overheating all the time, burning so much oil, then it just blew the head gasket, so I rebuilt the motor, and all was well. This is when I really started loving Hondas. Now I'll never buy from another company... except maybe a BMW, or a Lexus. Then when I thought I had it good, I blew a valve. The head of the valve just disintegrated. Rebuilt it again with new valves, new rings, etc etc, but it still didn't run, so I just said to Hell with it and got this guy here. Oh yeah, dropping the JDM B16A into the EG8. Four doors of fury! Good riddance! This is about when I realized I had a LOT of work to do. My workstation. Ugh. And yes, I realize that's not the air temp sensor. : ] After many hours of wiring it's ready to go. And after many hours of not being able to line up the tranny mount it's in. It's in, it's in! I get to drive it! Oh wait... TPS is broken from tightly wrapped shipping. New TPS comes in, new plug wires and put the header shield back on. Current state of affairs on the interior side... It's gutted, and for what? Oh yeah, to run my 0 gauge to the trunk. 0 gauge? What ever for? Oh yeah, the four 12s fiberglassed into the wheel well. All of this into a beat up four door, rofl. I realize there's a lot of work to be done though, I'm going to pull the engine again once it warms up to do a wire-tuck, paint the bay, and add the HASPORT mounts. But, it's my first Honda, which basically means it's just one ever-going project. I plan on first fixing the Honda-rot on the wheel wells, then getting some wheels to replace the steelies. Then I definitely need to upgrade suspension, and MAYBE a subtle body kit, and definitely a paint job. If all goes according to plan, I'll be opening a shop with a few local guys here in CT in the next few years. I'm studying the fine art of body-work and fiberglassing, then getting my welding license. But it's all just in the planning stage, so whatever, I've always got lameass college to fall back on.