I Finally got the car started and running!!!! Its been 5 years! I thought it was the main relay but couldn't find my other one in the garage two nights ago and part of last night. So i said a prayer to Saint Anthony who helps you find lost things. Then there it was sitting right on top of the car. I tested both using the instructions from the shop manual and the one i had in there was completely dead (not sure why both internal relays stopped working as it was just sitting there) and the one i just found worked just fine. Plugged it in and the car started right up but only ran it for a second. Went to look for major leaks and there was gas all over the place in the engine. All over the fuel filter and all the injectors. I thought maybe the pressure was too high. It took me a while to figure out where it was coming from, i put rags over certain areas, turned the key to II to let the fuel pump run and spray gas everywhere, and found it was coming from the flared gas line connection to where the new fuel line was added. I had a very hard time getting that bolt off and it wasnt tightened all the way. I couldn't find the torque specs for that bolt but i think i put 60 on it before it stopped leaking. The next problem i ran into was no oil pressure when i started the car for a couple seconds, i figured there was a lot of air in the system. so i very slightly over filled the oil to just above the dipstick dot. That worked and pressure was just were it was supposed to be.
My next step is to put the front fenders back on, bumpers, and exterior lights. Then get it out on the road to test. I have one minor problem with getting it out of the garage, my door which is 16x7ft and solid wood from the 50s doesnt have any springs or opener. To get the car in the garage I had rigged up a pulley system involving pulleys and aircraft cable from harbor freight. I hope i can get it out of the garage without anything falling or breaking. The garage door is estimated to be 1000lbs and the garage door companies in town wouldn't put new springs on it because they didn't have any that strong or that big. Needless to say I will be getting a new garage door after this so that the Honda can park in the garage for safe keeping at night and during bad weather.