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Campbell's RHD Kswap 4th gen rebuild

i started off with a 93 prelude s model (the silver one, that is how it looked after i sold it to my friend)... got a mugen bumper and side skirts along with a few other minor mods and then ran it into a concrete barricade. a buddy of mine bought it from me for cheap in college and i picked up another 93 prelude s (the white one). i moved to california from florida and sold it before the move.



moving on.... while in california i was fortunate to find and purchase a 1994 honda prelude rhd imported from japan. i spent 8 months legalizing it in the state of california and then a few months later moved back to florida with it.

how it looked when i bought it (it was 100% stock besides a red top):





i did a few basic mods while in california (shocks and springs, black housings, amber corners, deck and components, alarm, aem cai, apex'i n1 cat back, magnaflow highflow):





i get back to florida and 6 months later crank walk gets the best of my h22 and 2 quarter sized holes are knocked out of my block:







so i get another h22 from hmotors that was rebuilt by a buddy of mine and have it dropped in. i clean my car for 6 hours to get it ready for the JDM UPS meet in tampa and on my way there a guy cuts across 3 lanes of traffic and the lady in front of me slams on her brakes causing me to rear end her :(
from this:

to this:




so after dealing with insurance and what not.... i managed to come out on top.
the car is getting fully repaired, new paint, and a bunch of new parts...i bought a front clip from the ****ers at royaljapanesemotors.com (dont EVER buy anything from them, they are horrible)!

thanks to RB Motoring!

as you can see though they need a little bit of work, as expected.

so i am refinishing them (taking them apart, refinishing the lips, powder coating, cleaning, etc...)

PS. i hate 3 piece wheels, they are a *****.

JIC Magics...


retrofit in progress.


this will look much better once its painted and in place of my destroyed stock hood


so my rims will fit on the car.


rsr ex mag, dc header w/ 2.5" collector, test pipe, type s intake w/ k&n filter, 5 lug conversion


hawk pads.. the rest of the brake parts will be here soon (stainless steel lines and oem replacement rotors)




done stripping, sanding, and polishing the lips





with my girlfriends help while i was at work the rest of the wheels have been cleaned up nicely.







-my muteki chrome lug nuts
-megan rear toe arms
-pioneer deh-p6300
-stainless brakelines


aaaaaaaannnnnd! i finished my valve cover. =]

before clear coat, just taped everything off


finished product:
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so i got a polishing bit for my dremel, a mothers polishing cone for my drill and some q-tips for the hard to reach spots and i went to town on my lips and bolts for my wheels.











damage fixed :)









good as new



so everyone say hello to my babies ....







=]

door are about 90% ready for paint... dents and scratches removed and a few coats of primer are on.


rear bumper is almost there too.


trunk and spoiler are prepped. just needing final sanding.


rear quarter panels and roof are next in line


but here is a preview of the rolled rear quarters


carbon hood is ready for final sand before paint.


everything has been stripped.


i am doing all of this to a spare jdm one piece headlight i have since its my first time... just in case i **** up.

so i go tthe headlight all apart and i took out the low beam reflector bowl so i can mount the projector to it which will allow me to use the oem adjusters to adjust the beam once its all together.


here is the reflector bowl... i drilled out 4 holes i measures to mount the projector to it.


here is a before and after of the back of the projectors. i cut out the packs to allow the bulb to fit with no problem. i trimmed off the stock mounting points for clearance issues. and then i drilled out 4 holes where the 2 halves of the projector meet. i got a long threaded pole from home depot to use to mount them to the reflector bowls.


so i cut the threaded pole and used some washers, nuts and thread lock to hold the 2 halves of the projector together. i was then able to push the projector into place with the cut threaded poles going through the holes i previously cut in the reflector bowl in order to use locking nuts from the back of the bowl to hold the projector in place.




here is a practice cut for a home made shroud made from a stove top drop bowl. a flange of sorts will be used on top of this to clean it up a little bit. i got this idea from lilboi on bayareaprelude.com


so the roof and quarter panels have been primed and block...

antenna has been shaved :)
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trunk, doors, and rear bumper have been final blocked.






rolled the fenders.


they had marked where the side marker goes but i elected to have them shave the side marker from my jdm fender. i figure it will look a lot cleaner without the side markers.




so i took out the housings of my spare black housing headlights and taped off the part for the parking light. i am having the housings painted the same color as the car (glacier frost mica). ive never seen this done on a prelude so i figured i would try it. if i dont like it i have my other set of black housings so not to worry. i am currently wetsanding and buffing the lenses and i am finishing up the retro fit. ill post pics of the progress later.
i also cut out the centers of the grills, filled and sanded them.


my inspiration for the color matched headlights comes from the honda fits, c6 vettes and nob's s15:






i have finished putting together the mounts for the projectors. i mounted them to the reflector dish and reinstalled them in the housing to the oem points to retain the beam adjustability.


these projectors fit perfectly inside the dish with very little modification allowing me to retain all the oem qualities of the outside of the headlight. the only thing done to the original parts of the headlight are the 4 holes drilled in the back of the dish in order to mount the projectors.


as you can see... the back of the headlight looks exactly like it did when i got it. when you look where the headlight bulb clips in you can see that the reflector dish to the projector is almost flush with the opening of the original reflector dish that the headlight came with. this should allow the bulb to go in just as if this came factory.


i began wetsanding one of the headlight covers.. hopefully i will finish with these this weekend and they should be crystal clear and good as new.


i am still in the process of making my own shrouds. i have a bit more cutting and test fitting to do.


and i just got this other little goodie in the mail the other day :)


alright so here is the test fitting on the practice headlight:

so i cut the inside of the drop pan and pushed it in so that when i pushed it over the projector housing it holds itself in place.




then i trimmed down the bathroom faucet trim that i picked up from home depot so that it would fit around the 3" projector and on top of the drop pan. i set everything up in the practice headlight.




that is basically what the finished product will be except the housings will be glacier frost mica to match the rest of the car.
the drop pan and the outter trim have been jb welded in place and arent going anywhere. now im just waiting for the housings to come back from the paint booth.

everything is pretty much taped off..


except the driverside door frame..






i got my tires in (i sent my 225-50-16s back for 215-45-16s)


i picked up some brand new slotted EBC rotors for $50 yesterday


and i picked up the painted headlight housings so i can put the retrofitted headlights back together this weekend once im done wet sanding, buffing and sealing the headlight lenses.




i started by finishing off the sanding and buffing of the lenses.
as you can see i removed the black on the bottom of the headlight and the black on the edge of the headlight.
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then i taped off the lense so i could paint the portions grey that used to be black. this will flow better with the color matched inserts. i used a grey primer that matched pretty decent.




here is how it came out:




i started putting everything back together


for some reason getting the lense back on to the housing has been a ***** because of a slight distortion in the housing from oven baking them. but after some clamps and some wait time it seems to be holding up.

FINAL PRODUCT


and tires are all mounted, balanced, and the wheels are ready to be slapped on the car.


the only adjustable upper control arms available for the ludes that i am aware of. i believe is has -2.5 to +2.5 degrees of camber adjustment with the camber plate.


and they come with new balljoints :)


and...ummm..... a little teaser


well the one headlight i finished ended up not fitting as good as i wanted it and there was a spec of white plastic stuck on the inside of the lense that was bugging the **** out of me so i took the headlight apart again and shaved down the housing a little more so that it would fit properly.

then i wetsanded and buffed the other lense and put the other headlight together.
so now they are both finished and ready to be dropped off at the body shop...



there are some small imperfections and some little things i would change if i do another one but i am really happy with the final product.

the car is still in the shop. ive been in orlando all weekend. i should be picking the car up any day now. this weekend all the parts will hopefully be going on.

since this is taking longer than expected i went to the shop this past thursday and snapped a few shots.







the paint is crazy. it looks gloss white from one angle, gloss grey from another, silver from another, then it shimmers with variations of a blue-ish purple.

motor is back in the car. it is being wired up and should be running by monday. then they are putting the front end back on and finally they will be waxing and detailing the entire car. i will probably set up pick up for this coming friday.



valve cover, header, and cleaning will be done before new bay pics are posted.



the car was delivered late afternoon yesterday!

so, on to the beginning of the installation of all of my parts...

i am doing each corner individually, i started today with the back right corner. 5lug conversion, coilover, and hawk pads. i will do the ss lines and the spc camber kit tomorrow hopefully and then i will move to the next corner.

OUT WITH THE OLD...


IN WITH THE NEW!


and a lovely picture of her ass. i am incredibly happy with the paint job.


well i got everything on the rear and cleaned everything (it was extremely filthy). so now the rear has:
SPC camber kits
OEM replacement rotors
SS brake lines
Megan toe arms
hawk pads
JIC magic coilovers

BEFORE:


AFTER:

otherside:


and a teaser:


so i need to adjust my toe in a BAD way! and i am not completely sure but my wheels might have a small leak... all my tires are flat :(. but im not sure if the tire shop filled the tires up, they have been sitting for like 5 months, and if there was a leak i highly doubt that every single one of them would be leaking....

here are the pictures... another photoshoot coming soon once i work out some bugs...














my car wasnt running at its best that night so we had to do a quick shoot in the target parking lot. light was fading quickly. the next shot will be a daytime shoot...
on the way to the JDM UPs show.

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thanks man

best shot of my car yet.



thanks to Adam!
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a pic from the Simply Clean meet in Orlando
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k20a2 complete head


k24a2 tsx 6 speed tranny


oh yes... this is happening
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alright well i have made some progress.
due to a blow out on my rear passenger azenis in my garage i was forced to drive out to bfe to pick up a set of beater 5th gen blades from a guy off craigslist for $100. i am picking up 2 tires for the front rims today after work but out with the old and in with the even older.


my wheels will actually be able to be sold now lol. i also have a guy coming to check out my motor (hopefully he will purchase it so i can have more funds for my kswap).

i finally picked my k24a4 accord long block up from my friends garage a few days ago. it is ready to go onto the engine stand and i should begin the tear down this weekend.

well here is the k24a4 (i thought it was an a3 but i guess not, either way).. i dont have any tranny bolts so i cant get it on the engine stand yet unfortunately but soon!




i took the rims in to have the old tires taken off and 2 tires put on the stock rims yesterday after work. i found out the bastard sold me 3 left wheels and 1 right wheel and now wont answer his phone... cool.

anyways, 2 days ago i was filling my tires with air (i have to put a little air in them daily before i leave in the morning due to the small leak that was in 3 of the rims). my pressure gauge screwed up and i ended up putting 80lbs in the tire when the gauge said 45lbs. i stand back after i hear air trying to escape the wheel and then POP! it definitely woke me up considering it was 7am. the tires were gone

anyways. i was trying to stick with just back and forth to work considering i only work about 2 miles away from my house.


this is where it blew out.


now the rims await a good cleaning and polishing before being shipped out to whoever buys them. as you can see on the left is the k20a2 head with sandpaper stacked on top of it. you can also see my other money pit being my house. i am currently remodeling... lol.
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alright...
i have had very little time lately (my girls, my brothers girls, and my little sisters bday all coming up really soon. my cousins wedding this weekend, bachelor party on thursday, remodeling my house, starting my real estate course tonight or friday, etc etc...). besides all that i have tried to squeeze a little motor time into my schedule. i have been taking apart the k24a4 on my garage floor. i dont have tranny bolts yet (it seems like nobody carries them except honda for $5 per bolt or something ridiculous like that) so i cant put the motor on the stand yet.

this is my current work space:




i have always shared hand tools with my brother so i figured i would go out and get a big huskey set so i have my own now... i have been having a hell of a time trying to get the crank pulley off with no avail :( i should have that off along with the timing chain cover and the head by this weekend.

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well it is official.
here is the invoice for my kparts that i ordered yesterday.


since the first one is such a horrible cell phone pic here are the details of the order.



thanks to Dale, the owner of k20tuned.com, for all of his help in finding and ordering the parts i need. he is a stand up guy and very cool to deal with. he was kind enough to start a sponsorship on my car. THANKS!

he said that the parts should start rolling in from ups here in the next 2 weeks or so.
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alright, well since i got my new used truck as shown here V


i have been able to take my prelude off the road and begin the new portion of the build thread.

this portion will include: shave, tuck, k24/k20 build, completed kswap, and hopefully a few exterior and interior goodies.

so i was fortunate enough to have a paid half day at work this past friday so i took apart the front end of the lude... sideskirts, fenders, headlights, bumper, hood, intake, radiator, and battery were all removed. i also disconnected most of the harness and most of the hoses from the motor.


then i was fortunate enough again to have monday off as a 4th of july recoop paid holiday lol.
so i went to work...got everything set up just outside of my garage because it looked like a beautiful day and then 30 min later all hell broke loose and it rained hella hard from 5 until 930. so i went out and finished pulling the motor and finished around 1145.








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xmas came early dale lol

look at what showed up at my door step today :)

thank you hasport and thank you dale (with k20tuned)


still waiting on: pistons, rods, plugs, gasket, and bearings...
should be here soon
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damn dude..
u went WORK!
good job man..
I'm loving the color that you put on those rims..
Can't wat to see that K in there.
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I have followed your post on PO.com. Amazing job so far, can't wait to see the finished K swap.

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damn dude..
u went WORK!
good job man..
I'm loving the color that you put on those rims..
Can't wat to see that K in there.
thanks man... i sold the wheels about 2 months ago now and i miss them :(
its ok though the next set up will be even better

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I have followed your post on PO.com. Amazing job so far, can't wait to see the finished K swap.

BTW,
how are you liking your JIC's?
i appreciate the kind words man. i dont get a lot of people posting on my build thread on PO but i still update it whenever i can.

i absolutely love my JICs... they are comfortable for daily driving and fel great in turns. only downfall to the fla-1s is that they are not dampening adjustable... since i plan on tracking/auto-x'ing the car later on down the line i will eventually swap out with a set that are a bit more adjustable. i got them for an AMAZING price too which made it even more worth it.
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wow car looks amazing love it, nice touch in painting the trim on the headlights looks great. The rims came out sick as well too bad you sold em, i like the way they went with the car.
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Super sexy, not feeling the headlight color change, but it's different and don't look bad at all. Can't wait to see the K in there.

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thanks for the comments guys.
the color matched headlights arent for everyone but i love em'
and dont worry, the next set of wheels should be just as nice on the car but should be alittle more unique.


another update:

the wonderful ups truck gave me:
-wiseco k24 w/k20 head 12.5:1 comp pistons
-blueprint i-beam rods
-acl race bearings (throw, main, rod)



i am still waiting on my hondata intake manifold gasket, ngk spark plugs, and oem rsx-s k20a2 oil pump.

THANKS DALE from k20tuning!
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Wow, I see a future ROTM and a member worth keeping around... ok

I need to know where you got those control arms.
thanks for the compliments man!

here is the complete review with photos and purchase information i did on the UCAs. it should answer all your questions but let me know if you have any other questions and ill try my best to get an accurate answer for you.

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I saw this on nwp4life.. so sick man i love it, and i cant wait to see the finished k-swap. Your prob the first i've seen to do it! Cant wait to see the finished product.
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thanks man,
i am actually the 2nd person to buy the mount kit and axles (hasport has only sold 2 kits to date). the first guy is a guy using them for his 5th gen in miami. so both kswapped ludes... 4th and 5th gen will be in florida lol. the only other kswapped 4th gens i know of are hasport sponsored track cars in canada that were featured in a modified mag if im not mistaken. i think there is a thread about that article on here too
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Probably one of the most badass prelude builds around right now! Sweet Zac!

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