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Cleaned up the engine bay, Painted valve cover + mini wire tuck.

Discussion in '92-95 Civic' started by JussHatched, May 26, 2006.

  1. JussHatched

    JussHatched Active Member

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    I had the day off today so I decided to clean up my engine bay a little and also paint my brake calipers after I was impressed with how my valve cover came out.

    Ever since I caught some theif trying to steal my lip a few weeks ago I got serious about security cause thats the last thing I need. I got a 2 way pager/ remote start alarm system. Installed the brain behind the gauge cluster, ran the LED through the door so you cant trace it, put torx screws on the battery terminals, made a secret fuel kill switch, purchased some carbon fiber locking hood pins and hid the siren in the fender.

    I wanted to see whats involved in tucking wires so I decided to try it a little myself. I tucked the wires for the fog lights and siren and ended up tucking the wiper fluid hose too. Heres what I got...

    Getting started...
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    Torx
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    You get the idea...
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    Dont ride si's with fat tires on a lowered car or your fender linings will look like this...
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    Wires
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    New Sticker.
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    Extended the hose.
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    Final Product! :eek:hsnap:
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  2. Nachtmensch

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    looks nice :)

    i have to get around to doing a wire tuck and move some wire locations.
     
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  3. CarbonEG6

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    you've been pm'd bob
     
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  4. poonkla

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    Very well done
     
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    Siren Placement...

    Ok so I tried this a while back and It works Pretty Damn Good...

    I went to back to Local Car Alarm Shop and Bought (2) extra Sirens to go along with the one I got Mounted in my Fender (like yours) but with the (2) extra Sirens I Placed them Inside the Car under the Dash (1) above the Glovebox in that Extra space where the Airbag supposed to go, Mounted Down at angle~ and the other one I Placed behind the Stearing Shaft pointed Down at a angle... :rocks:


    The Effect is Ear Shattering Decibles inside the Car :googly: when the Alarms are On this makes It Extremely Painfull for the Theif to Focus on Stealing anything because The Sirens ECHO off the Floor to the Glass and will Fuck Anyones Head Up trying to Find Both of them.... :puke:
     
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  6. JussHatched

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    Buahaha, I have 2 extra sirens in my back seat just waiting actually ;)
     
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    Nice work:rocks: Wish I could do that but I cant have splash gaurds:)
     
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  8. Jokerluv

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    looks nice i trying to figure out the headlights

    paint?
     
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  9. JussHatched

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    Theyre black housing headlights... ebay woowhoo!
     
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  10. g3teg97

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    Looks really good. I want to do that on my DC4, but don't know where to start.
     
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  11. kos99ngel

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    Where did you get the torx bolt????
     
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  12. kos99ngel

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    anyone???HELP???
     
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    I actually happened to have them lying around cause I have a huge bag of honda screws. I think they are used to hold the stock air bag to the steering wheel and on some other places on the car. If you wanna pay for shipping ill send ya a few haha. I have since moved my battery to the trunk so I dont even have them there anymore.
     
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  14. pynikal

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    looks good man. doyou have any whole car pics??
     
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  15. Flexin_K20

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    keep going, looks great:rocks:
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