Wire tuck and upgrades 1st gen
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    Wire tuck and upgrades 1st gen

    Hey guys new to the forum.. Couldn't find a post relating to this so thought I'd make my own and share what I've done so far on my 97 CR-V.

    Under the hood:
    -NGK wire set #8041

    -NGK iridium IX spark plugs #2477

    -GB Remanufacturing fuel injectors #84212192

    -Cold air intake
    Made from 3" turbo piping peices I had laying around

    -Enginetech Full engine gasket set #HO20K1

    -All motor mounts: From "Westar"
    Front right #EM8575
    Front left #EM8709
    Rear #EM8897
    Left #EM8982

    -Transmaxx shift improvement kit #T80168A

    -Standard Motor Products trans lockup Tourq converter switch #TCS82

    -Full A/C system delete

    -Cruise control delete

    Braking and Handling
    -Mevotech sway bar end links
    Front #MK90667
    Rear left #MK90669
    Rear right #MK90668

    -Mevotech sway bar bushings
    Front #MK90533
    Rear #MS60823

    -Powerstop Performance brake rotor set (slotted and drilled) front
    Set #JBR528XPR

    -AKEBONO performance brake pads

    -Standard Motor Products ABS speed sensors
    Front left #ALS962
    Front right #ALS961

    -Trakmotive CV axle assembly
    Front left #HO8021
    Front right #HO8089

    That dose it so far.. I have a bunch of sensors and other parts that still need to install.
    I also plan on lowering it 3"-4" And I have some 18x8 Vlox Apex rims that are going on when it's lowered..
    I got this CR-V as payment for my labor on a transmission I rebuilt... So basically got it free just had to do about 10hrs of work to get it.
    Hope you enjoy the post. More to come soon!
    P. S sorry for the night time pics.. I work 9-5 in an auto parts warehouse so not a lot of time in the daylight to work on the car/take pics
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    crv|oc Rank: Sophomore
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    Welcome to the CRVOC Forums, Goldi3s.Garage! Nice catch off of 10hrs of labor. Nice to see another first gen CR-V owner on here.

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