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Old August 24th, 2006, 05:53 PM   #1
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/--Seats are in, interior just bout complete--\

I dont know where my other thread went, but ive finally finished putting in my seats and changing a few things around in the interior...Ive redone the center armrest and it now has leather sides and a black suede top with black stitching, and the door panel armrests match. The pillars are currently covered in black suede, but will be returing them back to OE cuz i think its a lil too much. I also got a new screen since my other blew out..
Anyways, was just lookin for some comments and/or suggestions.

The interior is finally starting to feel completed. I just need to replace all the black suede with Sparco microfiber to match the seats, and i need to do the rear seat inserts in the bacl microfiber..

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Now im just waiting on a quick release hub, and after I do the new fabric, I think Im done spending money on this car for a while...at least I think I am...
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Old August 24th, 2006, 06:05 PM   #3
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looks Awesome!!! but looks like the seats should be switched. the seat recliner lever looks to be on the wrong side. nevertheless, everything looks awesome! good job
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^^^Theres a recliner on both sides of the seats...along with the reclining knob, each side has one
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nice, i have the same steering wheel
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Old August 24th, 2006, 06:08 PM   #6
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yea ive had it since last summer...im sorta thinking to sell it, but i havent found one i would want to replace it with
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Old August 24th, 2006, 07:45 PM   #7
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nice, is that suede real or faux?
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faux....
I dont really like it, but it looks good for right now...the sparco fabric is 200 bucks a linear yard...so ill get it later down the road sometime...theres some suspension things i want and im gonna try and put more to engine
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Old August 24th, 2006, 09:08 PM   #10
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nice, how do you like the sparco harnesses? im thinking about getting them
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Old August 25th, 2006, 10:20 AM   #11
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Did you do the armrest and doorpanels yourself? If so, very nice. I'm very interested in converting my beige interior to black, completely. I would wrap everything in black leather, but parts that you touch (seats, armrest) I would like suede. It is more comfortable, doesn't heat up in the summer or get cold in the winter.
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Yea i did anything you see in suede myself...I dont like paying for a skills job, i rather just learn how to do it...
as for the question how i like the harness....I like em, but i dont wear them ALL the time. Someoen told me its actually illegal to wear them and not your regular belt...So the OEM belt is still in there. The harnesses arent DOT approved and i have a feeling its because theyre adjustable and it is dependant on the user to put it on correctly.
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Old August 25th, 2006, 03:31 PM   #13
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takata harnesses are dot approved...
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Old August 25th, 2006, 08:32 PM   #15
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It looks real good bro. I like the black and tan. The only think I can suggest is you finish it off with wrapping your headliner with the same stuff as your rear side window bezel and door inserts. That would give you that finished look.

Once again it looks SICK!!!!!
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looking nice!!!! where did you pick up the suede at?
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Old August 25th, 2006, 10:14 PM   #17
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wtf is with your arm rest man?
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Old August 25th, 2006, 10:16 PM   #18
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...Ive redone the center armrest and it now has leather sides and a black suede top with black stitching
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Old August 25th, 2006, 10:27 PM   #19
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lolz...I was wondering how you stitched it on yourself and if you just used spray on glue to put on the side door panels with the faux...looks great though! btw how much were th eseats?


oh also, be careful, i don't reccomend you drive with your harnesses atatched to the c-pillar bar...i heard a lot of stories with people doing that and getting REALLY hurt....I suggest you get a half roll cage or b pillar bar...not sure though, but you should look into it!
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Old August 26th, 2006, 12:36 AM   #20
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lolz...I was wondering how you stitched it on yourself and if you just used spray on glue to put on the side door panels with the faux...looks great though! btw how much were th eseats?


oh also, be careful, i don't reccomend you drive with your harnesses atatched to the c-pillar bar...i heard a lot of stories with people doing that and getting REALLY hurt....I suggest you get a half roll cage or b pillar bar...not sure though, but you should look into it!
The seats were abouit 900-1000 a piece after getting the sliders and necessary brackets. And the sparco harness manual recommends attaching the tail to the c pillar...those people you heard about getting hurt may have adjusted the straps wrong too. I know you can f&uck your back up by NOT attaching the tail somewhere within the recommended angle (IE attaching at a 45 degree can cause you the herniate a lower disc if in a back wreck)
I still have my OEM belts and the harnesses are mainly for highway use and show...
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seats and suede look good
but is your sparco sticker on your rear view backwards? im confused
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if your looking for a new wheel i have a tan mdx wheel for $75 perfect condition. let me know, stock look great feel
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seats and suede look good
but is your sparco sticker on your rear view backwards? im confused
it's reflected from the seats bro.
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Old August 26th, 2006, 02:09 AM   #24
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if your looking for a new wheel i have a tan mdx wheel for $75 perfect condition. let me know, stock look great feel

Sorry man, not looking for something Stock looking...probably will go with a dc5 type R wheel..
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Looks good from here. How do you like the seats? Do they hug you pretty well?



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Old August 26th, 2006, 07:36 AM   #27
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If you need to change the color (or even just 'freshen it up/cover scratches or faded areas, etc) get familiar w/ SEM's high quality line of interior paint products for both vinyl/plastcis and even for some fabrics. They also offer the appropriate (and required) prep-products used prior to repainting, such as cleaners, and 'adhesion promoters'. I have used their stuff on quite a few vehicles over the years, and not just on vehicles I was getting ready to sell, for they also were on hi-buck '30s hotrods I used to build when I was young, foolish, and had the $$. haha

Door sill scuff plates, windshield pillars, consoles, door panels, dashboard & lower dash panels, the bits attached to the lower part of the seats, trunk panels, and so on, are potential applications for this product.

btw - they have late model Honda-specific colors in their product line. Do not confuse their equally decent 'plastic bumper refinishing/repainting products' w/ their interior refinishing products. . .

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