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great dayly driver with a little speed. car has a working sun roof, all around ebach coil overs adjustable 1-4 inches, black euro tail light, white face gauge cluster, HASPORT mounts all the way around, brand new cv axel left and right side, full upper, lower and rear strut bars, new water, oil, pumps new coil, ignition wires and distributor cap and plugs, new timing belt as well.. 17'' alloy wheels with 80% tread. car hasnt ever been beat up just a couple pulls here n there.. very respectfully driven. car has seat covers and semi clean carpet from old age... dash and senter console has no crack just the heater and ac control box was taken out but still has heater. comes with i-pod ready kenwood cd player with 900w sont explode amp and a 15'' kicker comp speaker. rides and sounds great no smoke what soever even at high revs motor was built throught MOTIVA with warranty. asking $3000 OBO
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The only molding that is missing is the driver door piece but what honda does have them.. once u get them they get wripped off so what can u do?? yes the tail light lenses cracked so i took the clear part of and now it just gave it more dementions.. yes the rims are painted with spray can but will be re painted soon and i have the back window on order it got bashed in last week .the fan isnt tied down but never have i had the car over heat even in 5 o'clock traffic in 100 degree weather and also the batter is tied down as well sorry.. STARTING TO LOSE INTREST IN HONDA WOULD LIKE TO SELL.... PICTURES POSTED ON PROFILE

reabuilt motor with 5,000 mile
stage 4, 4 puck clutch (5k miles)
4-1 long tube headers 13/4 inch
ys1 LSD tranny
CTR high compression pistons (12:1 compression tested)
gsr head,cams, intake manifold
70mm throttle body
cf intake with new airfilter
chipped ecu vtech @ 4500
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