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Dragon Run

Posted 04-30-2017 at 09:35 AM by MorningZ

Originally Posted by gsrider004 View Post
Nice one!
that one with the JDM front end is David's/gsrrider004. very nice car and great guy.
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Can't see your headlight adjustment level? Here's a neat trick.

Posted 04-01-2015 at 10:43 PM by dpaton

If you can't see the bubble in your headlights any more to set them level, try this:

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DIY garage wheel/tire storage rack

Posted 06-15-2013 at 10:26 PM by MorningZ

Did a little project today that I thought I would share with those looking to get some storage in the garage for their extra set of wheels/tires.

It's a pretty straight forward build with minimal cost (I spent ~ $40) and works great ! The tires don't touch the wall and it's solid off-the-floor storage.

First off, here is what we are building:

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G3 Fuel Pump Install

Posted 01-16-2012 at 12:44 PM by MorningZ
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This is a quick how-to for installing a new fuel pump in your generation 3 Integra. The pump is located under the rear seat bottom in a 2 door and under a panel in the trunk of a 4 door.

Start off by relieving fuel pressure in the car. If you have a fuel cutoff switch (and you should!), simply start the car and activate the cut off... when the car stalls, turn off the ignition. If you don't have a fuel cutoff switch, then start the car and pull the fuel pump fuse until the car...
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Troubleshooting: G2 dim,blown out headlight.

Posted 01-23-2011 at 06:43 PM by 91_LS

So people seem to be having slight problems with a headlight being dimmer then the other or having the light not work at all. In this thread,ill show you a little trick that even the manual doesn't explain.

Now we all know that you should be running the same bulbs in both sides of the lamp right? And never just replace just one bulb right? Well let me explain why you should and shouldn't.

When you mix up bulb,one might be running hotter then the other,witch can cause...
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