Tearing Hondaru Apart For Maintenance

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38 thoughts on “Tearing Hondaru Apart For Maintenance

  1. “Air traffic control headset…”. That’s a tactical headset bro, for controlling air strikes during close air support. Get some Brent!

  2. LOL as long as there is enough atmosphere for the turbo to create the target boost, then elevation does not effect the power output

  3. Dont just roll the fender on the prelude, go ahead and pull them out for good measure. If nothing else it will give you extra clearance if you want (or can) run bigger tires in the future.

  4. Wonder if you could space the diff down from the body a 1" or 2" for driveshaft clearance with some thick poly bushings. 1. This would keep the yolk on the diff from climbing when you get on it. 2. cheap, easy, and simple.

  5. Boiz please, protect your ears, I say this from experience, having bad hearing and tinnitus sucks donkey dong, please wear some earpro so you can keep making these dope videos for years without destroying your hearing.

  6. Swap out your diff cross member and trans cross member with tss fab tube frames. Those things will give you the rigidity hondaru needs

  7. Stuff a couple old magazines between the tire and fender bounce the car. It forms the fender to how many magazine you put between them. It's easy if your in a pinch at the track or can't buy a roller

  8. Your videos are kicking it but the advertising is some very BS propaganda shit. I don't know if you guys have a say on who advertises on your Channel, I don't want to watch anti or pro-abortion advertising on a car Channel

  9. might be worth checking out first gen forester subframe spacers to make room for the hood to clear they space the engine down 30mm 😉

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