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  1. Thread: Euro Trip 2019

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    A couple of pics from two years ago when I went...

    A couple of pics from two years ago when I went in my S. Weather was perfect. Apologies to talk about a different Honda but I'm sure there's more a couple of members that have both cars.
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  2. Thread: Euro Trip 2019

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    Euro Trip 2019

    Some pics from last weeks tour around France & Switzerland. 1800 miles in 5 days which took my car up to just under 185,000 miles and it behaved perfectly.
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    As I counted my chickens a little too early in my...

    As I counted my chickens a little too early in my last post/update and the dash light came on literally the following day from the post, I had to do a little more investigating, into the KS sensor...
  4. Thread: Drop Links

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    Just ordered one for the front of my car, if...

    Just ordered one for the front of my car, if that's what you're after. From Amayama, here

    https://www.amayama.com/en/part/honda/51320sl0003

    65, plus delivery and import but I still find it's...
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    For Sale - Various Items

    Decided to have an Easter garage/shed tidy up and these parts are surplus to my requirements. The used parts were replaced while I was rebuilding the associated area of the car.

    I'd rather sell...
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    Haven't added any updates to this thread for a...

    Haven't added any updates to this thread for a while, mainly as I didn't undertake anything worthy over the winter but I think I've finally got to the bottom of an annoying electrical issue, that...
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    Also here.

    https://www.coxmotorparts.co.uk/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIrcWIzf3J4QIVz5PtCh3RJwX7EAAYASAAEgIwI_D_BwE

    or if you don't mind waiting a little longer,

    https://www.amayama.com/en
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    Stereo Unit - Upgrade

    Anyone on here dealt with these guys ?

    http://www.willmanselectronics.com/nsx.htm
  9. Main ECU fault - Knock Sensor Voltage Output

    So after having a repetitive issue with the CEL coming on, (code 23 Front KS), ever since I've owned my car (almost 3 years), I think I've finally got to the bottom of it today. Last year I removed...
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    I went a few weeks ago, we had our work Christmas...

    I went a few weeks ago, we had our work Christmas lunch there and I and some other work colleagues, were looking forward to it, as we'd been watching with interest a new place to visit. To be honest...
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    Interior Release Handle - 3D Printed

    Thought I'd share some pics of the 3D printed drivers interior door handle I've had made. A mate has the printer, so has produced this one, which I'm treating as a prototype, with the intention of...
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    Gear Shift Mech - Service

    Is there any particular grease recommended, for the manual gear shifter unit joints ? I thought I'd have a look over the holidays and there's not much in the way of lubricant left, plenty of dust...
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    Got both, had this S four years now, also had one...

    Got both, had this S four years now, also had one ten years ago, only had the NSX two years. Both different drives but if I'm brutally honest, I enjoy the S the most, the NSX is feels quite heavy in...
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    Yeh, count me in, as it's more or less on my...

    Yeh, count me in, as it's more or less on my doorstep.
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    Hopefully everyone can view this Facebook link. ...

    Hopefully everyone can view this Facebook link.

    https://www.facebook.com/R9westmidlands/photos/a.583574221729975.1073741828.583565978397466/1710872835666769/?type=3&comment_id=1710927525661300
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    Finally got the car back on the road this week. I...

    Finally got the car back on the road this week. I had an issue with a water leak, which was a pinched seal between the thermostat manifold and the V bank pipe. It was a tight fit when I first...
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    Wanted - Engine Harness Bracket

    A bit of a long shot but someone may have one lying around. I'm after one of the small harness connector brackets, FR bank, that clips the harness to the exhaust lambda sensor. Seems mine has been...
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    Cam covers & Plenum cover back from having a nice...

    Cam covers & Plenum cover back from having a nice new coat of crackle finish applied.

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    I'd dump the gearbox and adapt the engine to fit...

    I'd dump the gearbox and adapt the engine to fit an S2000. There's always someone breaking one on the S2Ki site.
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    Hi Paul, Yes, that's another one of the jobs...

    Hi Paul,

    Yes, that's another one of the jobs on the list, although I did buy two new radiator top mounts amongst all the parts I needed to do the engine re-fresh and I had to remove the radiator...
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    Rear bank coil packs not so good, new ones...

    Rear bank coil packs not so good, new ones ordered.

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    Pipes and brackets re painted. Almost completed this years winter re-fresh, wish someone would tell the weather it's...
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    There's a lot more coking up in your inlet than...

    There's a lot more coking up in your inlet than mine. I think in this case, a wise decision to strip the parts down for a major overhaul. I'd get your injectors professionally checked out, if they're...
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    Update of some info I should've posted on a...

    Update of some info I should've posted on a previous post, as it may be useful for others. I had my fuel injectors serviced and cleaned at Carwood, I used the Coventry branch, as it's local to me....
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    Those washers are for the fuel lines on the inlet...

    Those washers are for the fuel lines on the inlet manifold. The filter kit came with it's own washers.
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    Thanks for the reply Kaz. Yes, they are 7's, I...

    Thanks for the reply Kaz. Yes, they are 7's, I found and read your article about the 6's & 7's, shortly after I posted this thread. A bit strange, as I've just trawled through all the service history...
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