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post #1709 of 2194 (permalink) Old 02-17-2012, 01:29 PM Thread Starter
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Mystery leak solved! Reason? The casing was not the original case for that tranny so I literally used a bottle of honda bond on it to seal it up, gonna let it dry for a bit then throw it back in and hope that solves it, if not I may just weld the damn thing shut or jbweld it either way I now know the reason and everything has been replaced cleaned and tightened on the outside of the tranny

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post #1710 of 2194 (permalink) Old 02-17-2012, 01:35 PM
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dont be dumb matt, you know welding it closed is a terrible idea, youre better off with a small leak than you are with it welded closed, if you mess up a syncro or end up w a grind the whole case is trash

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post #1711 of 2194 (permalink) Old 02-17-2012, 02:27 PM
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Hopefully the jbweld with Honda bond works. Cause welding would not be such a good idea.

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post #1712 of 2194 (permalink) Old 02-17-2012, 04:38 PM Thread Starter
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Hb itself worked no need for jb oem honda gasket maker ftw cpt hondabond strikes again
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Hahah last post was awesome display of fail matt. Dont weld it unless you have access to a torch to cut it back open. Plus, any welder worth with a brain wouldn't do that.

But good thing you got the leak fixed. Please say you didn't use sooo much rtv that the majority of it ended up inside the trans.
Although I guess that wouldn't be the worst thing when you compare it o welding the two halves together hah
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post #1714 of 2194 (permalink) Old 02-17-2012, 10:15 PM Thread Starter
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Okay let me clear this up lol the welding was a thing you say when your frustrated and was more of a joke haha and as far as the rtv goes captain hondabond gotta make sure it's sealed up so as far as how much I'll say this, it's sealed so I used just enough
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DAMNIT!!! still leaking so now I'm sure the casing hat is warped, oh joy. So now the hunt begins for a trans casing
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DAMNIT!!! still leaking so now I'm sure the casing hat is warped, oh joy. So now the hunt begins for a trans casing
How bad is it u add oil everyday?
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he doesnt even drive it everyday max lol
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Actually I do now Josh lol
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post #1719 of 2194 (permalink) Old 02-19-2012, 11:21 AM
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You're smoking crack if you dont think you need torque mounts at your power level.
I had to steal this from your wtb thread as I think Casey is spot on.

It worked well on stock power but now that you have three times that, more mounts couldn't hurt, right?
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post #1720 of 2194 (permalink) Old 02-19-2012, 12:50 PM Thread Starter
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Someone explain how the stock super flimsy as hell mounts do any good what so ever... I have solid Mounts the motor has zero flex at all so bolting on trq mounts is just adding more rubber and pretty much useless why add more "stiffness" if you even want to call it stiff to something that has zero flex whatsoever...
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Oh goody I've discovered a leak in the brake system, master cylinder is empty. Now I'm sure it's something to do with my abs delete now for the fun part of chasing each line till I find the leak -_-
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Install air brake mod? Lol

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