Awesome work. Looks like it's coming along nicely.
I gotta say though, if you plan on driving the car more than just to the drag strip and back, you might want to think about a bigger radiator. When I used a Civic radiator on my car, it wasn't capable of keeping the temps under control. Especially on the highway (even in 30F weather, I'd have to run the heater to keep the car from overheating).
The car is my daily, so overheating can not happen. I have installed civic radiators in a few evo's with great success. One of witch made 4 digets at the wheels. None of them have overheating issues, so I figured it would be ok in the colt. I do think the oem fan will not be able to keep it cool.
Today was not very productive, but was able to do a few things. I had to re-boot 1 of the turbo axles I got. After that I swapped my cut springs onto my new shocks. The shocks are oem bilstein off an evo8 mr. The car sits a little higher in the front now, but I am planning on getting coilover sleeves for the car.
Stock 3G vs stock evo8 mr
Evo shock, cut colt spring, colt top hat and strut mount
And an underside pic of the car. Very clean (for now)