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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Very well done!
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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Damn, that looks nice!

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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    LOL!
    What a great idea check the video under this link:
    Totalcar - Magazin - Filléres Neppertrükk: lökhártófelújtás lángszóróval
    Only with "stabbing?!" flame works !!!!!! - with narrower (Don't use lighters, matches, candles or other)
    First I will try a waste bumper part.
    Would be great if it works....

    "Stabbing flame" is rough translation. I dont know the right english word.
    Last edited by Turan6; 11-22-2014 at 08:49 AM.

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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    I think the word you're looking for is "torch." Some people have had good luck with that approach. I tried a heat gun and it didn't do a whole lot. Acetone was pretty effective for me, but not long term. I'll probably end up painting mine.


    ...someday.

    Let us know how it turns out.
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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    In that video he mentioned; heat gun is also not working!
    The purpose is: you don't heat full plastic in deep, only the surface. This is the rason why necessary "fast" torch-flame. Supposedly this is long therm solution.
    I also used aceton on door rubber molds after disassemble of course.Worked pretty well.

    I will buy flame heater and report it.

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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Beautiful hatch in beautiful color:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vR7923lwNfQ

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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    What a beautiful car! Just 6 left in the UK, wow!

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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    I saw somewhere here in the forum a factory description how to use the choke in -10 Celasius and etc.
    There was a cold start guide.
    Could anybody help me where can i find.

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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Should be able to press the gas pedal down about 1/4 throttle then release. This should set the choke almost closed.

    Foot OFF the gas pedal. No more gas pedal needed.

    Crank the car. It should start and idle high when cold.

    Pressing the gas pedal quickly will lower the idle and release more of the choke open.

    A carbed car will need to run for 2-5 mins in that cold of weather if possible.

    I'm trying to find a good you tube but there most of the people are doing it incorrectly and then there vehicle wont start!

    EDIT:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwAuCS6psGg
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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Thank You Oldblueaccord!
    but my purpose to print myself that original scanned yellowed paper, what i saw somewhere here in the forum.

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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    :d
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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Hi again! Could anybody show me a photo 2gen. hatchback rear end sideview without bumper? Thank you!

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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Torch flame really works!
    I had to use nitro thinner too because previous owner painted to black.

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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Nice work with the bumper!

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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Heat gun also works, just don't let it get to hot or hold it to close or it will start to melt and drip. I used it on my 82 all the way around the plastic guards and bumpers.

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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    The first navigation has the 2.gen Honda accord. I think the operating principle was same like this:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOMXYHtMr4o
    (at 2:10)

    Interesting this 1971-72 coupe7 has same antenna like 15 years later:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6i_OsE-l7Xo
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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Because I cant found 83' fenders and the '84 fenders are different the metalworkers have lot of works.



    Right foot board sill replaced yet.
    Last edited by Turan6; 10-02-2016 at 10:56 PM.

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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Love your jackstands.

    You're putting some real love into the car. Glad to see it.
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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Did you know that?
    (Height controll? =normal) in JDM version


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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Today i finished the polishing of the second alloy wheel.
    Painting, lacquering later...
    Before, after

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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Left side is not the right side.
    Under the surface:
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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Anyone know what is the role of the pipe separator in fuel system?
    Number 13. here:
    OEM Honda Part 17721-SA6-316 | Separate Pipe

    Cruumbled in my hands. I would like to know which pipe connected to which one and is there any connection (open hole) in common location? Maybe I can make up for something else. Fabricate one....
    Thank you!
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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Those are the lines that eventually supply the carb, right? There are a bunch of rubber lines that come out of the tank and connect to hard lines going to the front of the car. One goes to the fuel filters and then the carb. One goes to the charcoal canister. I don't know where the others go though. Can you be more specific as to what your issue is? I assume you have something rotted away that you're trying to re-connect but some pics or explanation would be helpful.
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    Re: Hungarian hatchback 1983

    Here is the picture of pipe separator.
    2+2 pipes coming in the direction of fuel tank. In the end there are only 3 pipes. I dont know is there open hole (connection) in the common location or not.
    Last edited by Turan6; 03-16-2015 at 01:57 PM.

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