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Old 12-23-2006, 04:35 PM   #21
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radiators are easy, except when theyre on a honda
Are you kidding me? Swapping out my buddies 93 accord radiator was one of the fastest things ive ever done... its super easy. What honda did you work on?

BTW easiest ever to see get installed was on my friends 92 Integra turbo, his radiator wouldnt bolt up anymore so he whipped out the zipties hahaha, its awesome
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LOL - You guys actually time yourselves?
u dont? i did a removal and install of a 2.5l in a 90 grand am in 1:34:29 w/ air tools
haha, ive never actually like used a stopwatch or anything...i think there should be radiator swap races
they have races on motor swaps on the old vw bugs
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radiators are easy, except when theyre on a honda
Are you kidding me? Swapping out my buddies 93 accord radiator was one of the fastest things ive ever done... its super easy. What honda did you work on?
i guess i had some trouble with it , maybe im just an idiot. it was on a 96 accord
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radiators are easy, except when theyre on a honda
Are you kidding me? Swapping out my buddies 93 accord radiator was one of the fastest things ive ever done... its super easy. What honda did you work on?
i guess i had some trouble with it , maybe im just an idiot. it was on a 96 accord
96 accords are a little more cramped with the f22b.

But if you ever worked on older hondas.. jeez louise

^ my old engine bay... look how easy THAT would be.. especially if the guy with the honda is swapping in a half-radiator. Then it rocks.
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