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Whats going on? New member and From south Jersey

Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by Ronny Cage, Dec 20, 2006.

  1. Ronny Cage

    Ronny Cage DaughterTestedMomApproved

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    Hey guys I'm a new member here at honda swap, my neighbor Mikey Bottles is a contributing member to the site and told me I should check it out. Im looking to pick up a 94+ honda accord 5 speed (probably a dx considering its gonna get swapped). I know alot about hondas and would like to learn more. No wheres better to learn then from the enthusiasts I guess.

    I noticed alot of people are swapping accords for the H22a,

    If someone could direct me to a plan or method in taking a stock 94 accord and making it 12 seconds or less let me know, cause thats the plan for the car.

    thanks in advance
     
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    Airjockie Watanabe Whore!!!

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    Swing by Mitsuwa's near the GWB, and grab a few large bottles of Sake...the ones that say devil killers, and bring them up to my house for the meet this friday.... I'll shoot you some cash. It'll be a hoot..playing pong with sake. Then the guys here at the party will tell you all you want to know about swaps...or to :buyanm:

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    ah pong
    lol

    my advice would be to buy an accord already swapped to H22
    it'll be a fuck ton cheaper than swapping it yourself
    the honda market is straight in the shitter

    and if you want 12 seconds you might want to think about a lighter chassis to start with
    an H22 accord will probably require serious boost/money/sleeves to get you into the 12's
     
  4. Ronny Cage

    Ronny Cage DaughterTestedMomApproved

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    my other option was doing a jdm 92-95 civic hatch b16a. I might just stick with what I originally wanted to do then. Based on the fact that yea accords are heavy. Thing is i've had 2 hondas in the past both accords and i kinda have an affinity for the accord. It's not a civic thats why (sj is nothing but civics, no creativity here). I want to do something a bit different just not sure what yet. I'm gonna continue browsing I'll know what I want to do when I see it, If not i'll get creative.
     
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    whats up ronny. I live in Egg harbor city. If you ever need some local help let me know I can help out with some things. always looking for local people with the same interests.
     
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    12 second street accord?? you make me laugh. That would get mighty expensive.

    h22a swap, bolt ons, nitrous?, done.
     
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    Ronny Cage DaughterTestedMomApproved

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    not hard to have a goal or a vision. least I dont think so. Im probably going to settle on a 92-95 hatch shell thats the plan I think. Again everyone in Jersey has civics, hatch's are slightly more rare. I would like to be able to compete with my friends crx which I know will hit 12's easily when its completed which should be shortly. A 92-95 hatch could be a slightly good contender for that. A accord might not be for a long time, but... I like the accord style because i've owned 2 in the past. Im basically debating on a 1-2 year project car just not entirely sure what to do yet. I have a few ideas as you can see just gonna do some more research.
     
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    Ronny Cage DaughterTestedMomApproved

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    and thanks once I get started im sure i'll be throwing some questions all sorts of directions.
     
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