I couldnt tell you. They didnt have a spec sheet next to the car.
Posted by Guest on Fri 06 Jan 2006 11:33:35 AM EST
NICE REAL NICE I LOVE IT LOOKS NICE HOW MANY HP DOES IT HAS
Posted by Guest on Thu 05 Jan 2006 09:25:04 PM EST
erik, I understand your answer now. Wiring to always on source (battery) will allow theives to roll down the windows with car turned off, right?
Posted by Guest on Tue 03 Jan 2006 09:46:13 PM EST
so if I wire it directly to the battery, then I'd need to place an on/off switch?
Posted by Guest on Tue 03 Jan 2006 07:01:45 PM EST
go visit www.honda-tech.com
Posted by Guest on Tue 03 Jan 2006 09:44:33 AM EST
I took this photo in the parking lot of the Super Autobacs in Fukuoka Japan.
Posted by Guest on Tue 03 Jan 2006 09:39:01 AM EST
only if you set something on the switch.
Posted by Guest on Tue 03 Jan 2006 09:37:15 AM EST
I have a slim fan on the passenger side pulling air through the rad. and on the drivers side i have a slim fan pushing through the rad.
Posted by Guest on Tue 03 Jan 2006 09:35:40 AM EST
Is it safe to wire the power directly to the battery? will it drain it?
Posted by Guest on Tue 03 Jan 2006 12:43:43 AM EST
thanks man dat helped peace
Posted by Guest on Mon 02 Jan 2006 07:07:06 PM EST
he I have A car like this is A 95 acura integra what do I need mak my car fast tall me all the information you have
Posted by Guest on Mon 02 Jan 2006 02:00:02 AM EST
he I have A car like this is A 95 acura integra what do I need mak my car fast
Posted by Guest on Mon 02 Jan 2006 01:58:06 AM EST
So what kind of fan set up did you use?
Posted by Guest on Sat 31 Dec 2005 03:16:12 PM EST
one of the very last pictures is a diagram on how to wire it.
Posted by Guest on Thu 29 Dec 2005 03:48:57 PM EST
Then your switch is bad.
Posted by Guest on Thu 29 Dec 2005 03:48:16 PM EST
i connected everythn shown above...everythn works fine...except for da passenger Up botton it'll roll down but it wont go up
Posted by Guest on Wed 28 Dec 2005 03:25:47 PM EST
I didnt think it was hard. It just took time. Look at the walkthrough though and see if its something that you personally can handle.
Posted by Guest on Mon 26 Dec 2005 11:43:21 AM EST
I see. Do you think this will be difficult?
Posted by Guest on Sat 24 Dec 2005 01:31:24 PM EST
youll need to find some way of actually connecting the whole centerpiece with the knobs and everything to the dash.
Posted by Guest on Thu 22 Dec 2005 03:20:33 PM EST
Please explain the purpose of swapping the entire dash. What do I need to do if I want to retain the original dash on my 98 Civic Hatchback?
Posted by Guest on Thu 22 Dec 2005 03:01:11 PM EST