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    newbee here........

    nice to meet you guys, really glad i found this site. i'm new to the whole accord thing, i'm used to crx's. i'll give brief description of my car. inhierited from my wife since see got new car. now to be my DD. 89 lx auto with 60,000 miles, till looks pretty new, she got it when it had 30,000 on it. anyways got a question about removing the vacume lines on my car. i've read the write up on this, very well writen by the way, do you have to do away with the choke and cruise? if it is a matter of not having any vacume lines to run these could you not keep a coulpe for these? i really would like to have these options. sorry to drag this out, promise future post will be short and sweet. thanks, tim



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    Welcome to the site and damn only 60,000!! Anyway, I am no carb guru so I can't help you but I know A20A1, Shepard71, and Carotman can. So if you don't any responses PM them directly. Once again welcome!
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    Originally posted by 88LXi68
    damn only 60,000!! Once again welcome!
    yea, it was a little old lady car, and then my wife drives like a little old lady too and thanks for the welcome

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    Yup you can keep both. I think Mantis figured out the choke thing and Mike made some pictures of where you need to route the vacuum over here (for the choke):

    http://www.geocities.com/accord89lx/keihinvacuum.html

    To keep cruise (and A/C if you need it) this is what I did:

    https://www.3geez.com/showthread.php?threadid=17700&s=

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    there is a way to keep everything, and it will work. i don't know how to keep all that stuff. but ask Mike (A20A1) or Mantis (he has choke working).
    when i did the removal, i just took everything out. I am all about the performance.
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    Welcome hope u like the car do u still have ur CRX is so is it moded.
    Stop bench racing and pick up a wrench

    I know my spelling sucks and I suck with computers deal with it.

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    wow, that was more than i exspecting to get. thanks.
    i would like to remove them, only if i make sure to keep the choke, cruise and a/c. man i'm picky.


    do u still have ur CRX is so is it moded.
    yes, but it is up for sale, its not as in good of shape as the accord.
    realy hate to let it go, but there is currently 6 vechicals and many, many parts in the yard right now

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