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Car Transport for Dummies

Posted 01-02-2008 at 10:24 PM by TheGSRGuy

Getting a car shipped via transport is becoming easier and cheaper these days, especially with stricter government regulations and a significant number of competitors in the marketplace. In some instances, letting the professionals take your car from point A to B is cheaper, faster, and just easier than driving it there yourself.

But first, a little information on why...
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Intake manifold measurements

Posted 07-22-2006 at 08:57 PM by TheGSRGuy

Manifold Plenum volume Total manifold volume TB opening Runner width @ port Runner width @ plenum Runner height Runner volume Runner length Skunk2 B18B 1350 2260 64 51 55 43.5 227.5 Skunk2 B18C1 2444 64 52 188 JG Edelbrock VictorX B18C1 68 52 38 127 DPR Stage V B18C1 62 52 Blox B18C1 1325 63.5 52.4 171.5 Skunk2 Pro 63.5 51 57.2...
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Pxxxx OBD2 ECU codes

Posted 06-14-2006 at 12:47 PM by TheGSRGuy

For those of you with access to high-end OBD2 scanners (like the ones used at dealers and places like AutoZone), here is a comprehensive list of all the Pxxxx error codes. These codes cannot be retrieved with the standard paper-clip trick.

Please note that there are some Honda-specific ones that will deal with Honda-only systems like VTEC, as well as generic codes. Obviously, there are certain codes that simply don't apply to Integras, such as the CVT and turbocharger errors.
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Cleaning up & polishing a header

Posted 04-22-2005 at 10:54 PM by TheGSRGuy

The Japanese-spec Type R comes with a beautiful stainless steel header as an OEM part. It's a great upgrade for GS-R and ITR owners. Unfortunately, this header is an unfinished stainless steel that looks nothing like the shiney units from Comptech, DC Sports, Hytech, etc. While we can't get that finish (short of chroming it), we can certainly clean it up a bit. There are two routes to take, as I'll illustrate below.

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HID Lighting 101

Posted 03-23-2004 at 04:12 PM by TheGSRGuy

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CONVENTIONS In this article, we will use the following conventions:
K = kelvin V = volts W = watts lm = lumens OEM = original equipment manufacturer

What is HID lighting, and how does it work? HID is an acronym for High Intensity Discharge. HID is a more...
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