Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by hondaaccord2000, Feb 17, 2010.
suggestions and parts needed to make fast.
(dont close my thread please)
I'm not going to close your thread because you asked so nicely... but starting a thread like this is like asking "what words are in the dictionary?" It's WAY too open ended. You don't say anything about what you want, what you consider fast, what your budget is, what kind of racing you like to do etc.
How is babby formed?
stork poops him out
read tech articles. see what you wanna do with the honda your going to get. plan it first ..then ask
the thing is i dont know crap about the car engine all i know is a cold air intake and thats it.
i looking for ideas, im just getting into car performance
Don't expect us to spoon feed you every piece of rudimentary information. Read up in the reference section. I also highly recommend picking up a copy of Amazon.com: Honda Engine Swaps (S-A Design) (0601784000936): Aaron Bonk: Books. It's a great book that will give you a good into to swapping late model honda's. Educate yourself, then ask up the detailed questions when you get there.
That's a great book to get you started. I have a copy.
There's a book? Wow...
Werd, I thought most Honda owners were illiterate.
^ Eym wiff stoopit.
And crap to fast on a budget? Nitrous. And lots of it.
it'll go from crap to fast and back to a bigger pile of crap before you know it too.. lol
its a fun way to destroy that motor thats on its last leg anyways.. load it up w/ a huge shot of nitrous and boom! .. lol.. be sure to have fire extinguishers read though
Get two of the big bottles.
You admitted you dont know anything, Ill give you credit there.
My tip on how to learn, is just pick up any car magazine you want and read it cover to cover. And then take all the stuff you dont know about that you find in the mag, and plug it into Google. Learn what it is and how it works. Then once you understand that first mag, go get another and start over.
No one here is gunna spoon feed you, but theres tons of knowledge here. To tap into you need to let us know that your actually tryin. GL.
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