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Author:  89D15CRX [ Tue Feb 19, 2019 8:31 pm ]
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I'm still here every once in a great while. I'm 35 and while I do miss my CSM DSM days, I have a 508 whp EJ8 Civic. I still to this day wish I had never sold my 4g63t swapped Colt.

Author:  89D15CRX [ Tue Feb 19, 2019 8:42 pm ]
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I really do miss all of my friends here. I don't know how many of you remember me, but I'm Rob. I live near Pittsburgh, PA. I have had a few DSMs and CSMs. I started modifying my old 92 Colt back in the day with a huge help from Chris 89Mirageman and I went nuts on the car. First, I swapped the old 4g15 out for a 4g67t, and it shit the bed due to the fact that I'm not a tuner. Then I drove to Allentown and picked up an original 4g61t and put the 63t parts on it and it hauled all kinds of ass. Then I scored a built 4g63t and put it in with a Frankenstein 19c turbo, and all kinds of goodies and that car was crazy fast. I beat a 2007 Corvette GS with it. Then I traded it for a stock Colt and the dude blew it up 10 minutes after we traded. Then, I dropped out of the car modifying game for a while, and got back into it with a sacrilegious love, back to Hondas. I bought a 1997 Civic EJ8 Coupe. It's been downhill from there. I am about $12k into this car, and just like my Colt, polished a turd. It makes 508 whp and I only stopped there because the Competition stage 4 clutch was slipping. It now has a Clutchmasters twin-disc clutch and I have a set of 2200cc injectors waiting to go in it for the summer to be retuned. I'm looking to make 700 whp out of a 1.8L DOHC VTEC engine. It's not a 4g63t, but I built it with forged internals and Golden Eagle sleeves, so it should have no problem making that. I know that ya'll consider me dead anyway, but wish me luck.

Author:  Flying Eagle [ Sat Mar 02, 2019 6:14 pm ]
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Jebus, you are tuning a honda to core shift those bores or what? lol

Don't worry we remember you, and the guys that do, still poke in once in a while.

Pretty quiet around here, but the world is still viewing our pages for information on swaps and to get ideas for new things to do.

It's a different time, with different approaches to many things.

Lots of innovation though.

Author:  sutiban [ Wed Nov 27, 2019 9:04 pm ]
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*looks around then goes back to hiding*

Author:  quikgt [ Sun Mar 01, 2020 5:26 pm ]
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I’d hadn’t been on since last October , yikes! But excusable because I’m probably the oldest here!

Author:  slowdsm [ Sun Mar 01, 2020 10:49 pm ]
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Quote:
But excusable because I’m probably the oldest here!
no excuses lol.. and I doubt u are.

Author:  mirage760 [ Mon Mar 02, 2020 11:09 pm ]
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Just saying hi guys I love this site
.. the only thing I love more than 4g61t . org are turbo Mirages and colts! :partyman: :weedman:

Author:  customthecoltgt [ Tue Apr 07, 2020 2:06 pm ]
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I've been part of the site for awhile I'm about to start a new project 90 Colt.

Author:  switch [ Sun Apr 26, 2020 11:40 am ]
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OMG! I’m going to put my hand up for oldest member hahah!!! I didn’t think I could remember my password but it worked! I was last here in 2003!

I was trying to track down my cyborg (in Australia where they are super rare) and this site came up. My old website is still going too. Shame the counter got taken off... I wonder how many times it’s been viewed???

http://www.members.optusnet.com.au/~onnzo

This was my first car I learned to turn a spanner on and still do maintenance but not major mods like this anymore. I’ve always wanted to find a project car to do up to teach my kids (and spend time with them) like I did with my dad and this car...

This brings back many fond memories!!! Maybe a CC GSR or my unicorn - a sw20 MR2!

It looks like this site is going strong! if anyone knows of a 5dr silver 1991 with 4g61t In Melbourne Australia I’d love to hear how “Lucy” has been all these years!

Author:  Flying Eagle [ Sun Apr 26, 2020 4:45 pm ]
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I’ve come across your site before and remember the name. I never flushed it or many other old timers from the fold as we dealt with bot accounts and and endless line of accounts that never got used via full login.

Good to see you are on the hunt but be aware that many CA CB Lancers passed through the yards and hands of folks with accounts here and elsewhere, that needed car shells for repair parts.

Author:  switch [ Sun Apr 26, 2020 8:15 pm ]
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Thanks for keeping my account - you never know - I might need the help of this community again one day :)

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