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  1. Greetings & Introductions
    Hey fellow crv owners! I live in Indiana and I just bought a 1st gen crv. It's all stock and drives great for having 220,xxx miles. I am looking into buying diamond racing steelies in 15x10 and putting 31' tires on it. Should I go with a crazy offset? Also I'm curious what tire size would be...
  2. Gen 2: 2002-2006 (UK 2002-2007) CR-V
    Hey guys sorry if this has been covered, but im looking for a straight answer. Dealership said 3.3 pints but didn't sound sure, thats only 1.6 quarts. Every honda tranny i have worked on is atleast over 2 quarts, why would the rt4wd tranny take not even two? Does anybody have a straight answer...
  3. Miscellaneous / General CR-V Discussions
    Got the car a month ago and went to work on this baby. This car is for my wife but I wanted to give her a car that is safe and she doesn't have to worry about with some of the luxury of newer crv. We got the car off the lot like this it had a CEL and a leaky down pipe but we got it for really...
  4. Gen 1: 1996-2001 (UK 1995-2001) CR-V
    I am a owner of a local performance shop and 3 time 1st gen crv owner as daily drivers up here in Wisconsin, all have been RT4wd 5 speeds. Most recently picked up a 2000 with 205k miles on it for a good deal and im bringing it back to life one part at a time. Well, i can spin the front tires...
  5. Image & Video Gallery
    Hi CRVOC, what's up? Long time Honda enthusiast, first time V owner. I found this beauty on craigslist about 3 months ago for a killer price due to salvage title (major hail damage early on in its life) which had recently received new valves, valve seals, timing belt and water pump -- thanks...
  6. Image & Video Gallery
    picked this up about a few months ago back in July. story behind it is a big complex, but the short version is that while hunting around for a car for my sister, i discovered this thing. my sister ended up getting a 1999 CR-V LX and after driving it once around the block i instantly fell in love...
  7. Greetings & Introductions
    Wsup, Everyone! I want to introduce myself to the CRV community! I am Sean and recently picked up my 2005 Honda CRV SE RT4WD as of 7/02/11 yay! :) A soon to be an addition to the family made me decide to get a CRV. I've been in the honda world for as long as I can remember, with that said...
  8. Performance Modifications
    I'm asking what the transfer case's front-rear torque ratio is. Actually, in the real time 4WD system, it would be the clutch in the rear diff, not the transfer case, but that's a semantics issue. I know the system is FWD until the front wheels slip, then the torque transfer is proportional...
  9. Performance Modifications
    One of the best sources of information on how the RT4WD System works has been and continues to be the following: http://www.hobby-rc.com/rtawd.pdf It pulls circuit and hardware illustrations from the Gen 1 service manual but also adds a bit here and there. It is old, however, and does not...
  10. Gen 1: 1996-2001 (UK 1995-2001) CR-V
    Honda's Real Time 4WD system on the CRV utilizes a Dual hydraulic Pump Rear Differential and 4WD Transfer case. The transaxel operates the front wheels during normal conditions then automatically transfers power to the rear wheels when needed, without the driver engaging the system. To allow the...
  11. Gen 1: 1996-2001 (UK 1995-2001) CR-V
    Honda's Real Time 4WD system on the CRV utilizes a Dual hydraulic Pump Rear Differential and 4WD Transfer case. The Dual Pump Rear Differential operates the front wheels during normal conditions then automatically transfers power to the rear wheels when needed, without the driver engaging the...
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