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my 6th gen accord has been down for a couple of months now since the transmission has been rebuilt and i have been wanting to change some things up in the engine bay to clean it up a little
such as brake lines and fittings , fuel lines and fittings.

here are some photos and details of whats going on,

How She sits right now with her heart in front



This is my Engine bay , before the intake mani swap and when it was in the car lol


This is what no one can see lol
, My retarded ugly brake lines , sanding and repainting will be going on there



Fuel lines , hard lines, did some welding to close those mounting holes off ,shaving ,sanding and ,etc.


Kind of like a christmas present for my CG! , ordered a little bit of things to change all that stuff going on in the bay


about 20ft of Stainless steel Brake line,(will be a PITA to cut, bend and flare) , brake fittings and some couplers


shiny


Fuel line, and banjo and fittings to replace the hard lines and the oem banjo , and a new filter



well this is whats been going on , im still waiting on a couple of more fittings and stuff so i can go ahead and put it all in at once, i will keep updating with pics and stuff to share the progress with you guys,
 

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Very clean looking accord. What car is that radiator for and how was the fitment?

It looks like there are no fans attached to radiator and do you run it with no strut bar?
 

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Very clean looking accord. What car is that radiator for and how was the fitment?

It looks like there are no fans attached to radiator and do you run it with no strut bar?
i have a neuspeed strut bar now , that radiator is for an s2k , from mishimoto , the Fans are there

i used the oem bottom hose and i used a universal flexible upper hose but i think u can still use the oem one,
to make it work you just have to cut a little bit off from the bottom of the rad support since the radiator is thicker than the oem one , and you will need aftermarket rad brackets, i used the EG/DC pwJDM ones
 

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another reason why im doing this is because , i had alot of bondo and fiberglass under the bed liner -_-, and it was cracking so i scraped it all off and redid all the holes by welding , grinding sanding and a tiny bit of bondo on each one to smooth it out.

Cell phone pics.

took the wheels on and put my race spares on, enkeis need new tires and im undecided if i want to change the wheel color or not


ugh, i hate seeing it like this but i have to get through it :/


ew. lol this is the stuff i didnt like that i was talking about lol. now to sand it , clean it and repaint it and change the seals,


some fittings are in, i havent got around to bending the SS hard brake lines yet, but i did this so it can be ready for it

 

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Can't wait to see your progress. My coupe is looking just like how your whip is. Hoping to have my bay primed in a week then checked for imperfections and hopefully sprayed the week after. Bump... Nice to see av6 builds keep up the good work
 

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weather hasnt been my friend lately to go out and work on the car and also time. But finally i did have some time to get something done.

Was seeing which i like better. but i ended up going with the right side.


pipe bending tool i used , and omg SS hard lines a PITA :/





Got ONE done, 3 more to go


once weather gets good again and i have time i will do the rest. and move in for more sandind and painting.
 

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nice, similar to my engine bay.. I did a little other stuff, i removed brake booster and relocated master clyinders to inside car...
 
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