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  • Big Kev's Another Db2 Build

    Whats Up my fellow G2icers, I recently acquired another Db2 Integra from a buddy of mine Robert, SN: GaMedic.
    Here's his build thread, http://forums.g2ic.com/forum/general...a-build-thread.

    I Basically Stripped My DB1 and swapped Parts to make this build.. Alot of people think I'm crazy for doing this but I really wanted another AGP DB2 again.
    And here's my build thread on the Db1 if you guys are interested. http://forums.g2ic.com/forum/general...ev-s-db1-build

    And you can also Follow my Video Vlogs on Youtube.
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyK...bMmXu_thmfpNdw

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    When I got it home.


    Stripping the front end off



    Redoing the wire tuck.



    Finishing the driver side tuck.


    Engine Swap from the Db1 going in.


    The Shell didn't come with a engine harness. And a obd1 Da engine harness is not compatible with a db2, it can probably be altered to make it work. but I finally found on from a guy from IG on the west coast. Great guy got the harness sent quickly.


    Got the harness on and fired right up!


    Changed the intake. I feel a quicker response lol
    Last edited by laokid; 14 Sep 2017, 22:16:09.

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    • #3
      Now I Need To fix the Passenger Cowl leak and I have a Huge Leak from the sunroof.
      Right now I have the Front spindles off, Replacing the lower ball joints and tie rods.
      Last edited by laokid; 14 Sep 2017, 22:15:31.

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      • #4
        Nice of you to save her! I did my cowl on my db2 just recently leak free now.

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        • #5
          I can't see any of your photos - just an image from photobucket saying you need to update your account to enable 3rd party hosting.

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          • #6
            fixed the images, stupid photobucket... Guess I got to find another source to upload pictures.

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            • #7
              I see you kev, glad to see it still running. Btw it's itz_knt lol

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              • #8
                I wondered what was going to happen to that car. Glad it resurfaced and is being put together. A little sad to see that engine bay stripped though - more and more I'm seeing these cars disappear and paying more attention to vintage cars is showing me that we gotta keep as many of these as stock as possible. I half regret the mild tuck I did on my car - but I suppose my car is ruined forever so it doesn't much matter. I would love to find an AGP GSR to keep stock, that way I'll have a track DB2 and a street DB2
                Track Project DB2 #896
                LeMons Project DA9
                My OG DA9, Wrecked, Stripped, R.I.P

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Colin View Post
                  I wondered what was going to happen to that car. Glad it resurfaced and is being put together. A little sad to see that engine bay stripped though - more and more I'm seeing these cars disappear and paying more attention to vintage cars is showing me that we gotta keep as many of these as stock as possible. I half regret the mild tuck I did on my car - but I suppose my car is ruined forever so it doesn't much matter. I would love to find an AGP GSR to keep stock, that way I'll have a track DB2 and a street DB2
                  I totally hear you on this. But when I see some like super gangster lowriders on instagram, some would say theyre ruined, others might say they are actually preserving them by keeping fresh bodywork/paint on it and keeping them on the road. The worst thing for a car is for it to sit, neglected and un washed. I guess it would be harder for me if mine was a db2. Just a run of the mill da9 running a full db2 drivetrain (for now)

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                  • #10
                    So I took aluminum pan, cut it up and wrapped it around the plastic bracket that goes to the blower, and it fix the passenger side leak lol


                    Pulled the dash out to put all the air ducts and hvac box back in and also redid the wiring to the battery and relocated the fuse box
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                    Got rid of the ebay coil overs and blown struts and got a good deal on these used skunk2 pro s from a dc Integra, all i had to do was clean them up and replace the strut mount bushings.


                    Replaced the muffler with a aftermarket walker exhaust, fits nice but don't think it will last long.

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                    • #11
                      Great build! Always loved the Aztec green color! Any plans on wheels?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by MFBEEE999 View Post
                        Great build! Always loved the Aztec green color! Any plans on wheels?
                        My Goals are to have a set of OG te37's lol, but right now I'm focusing on suspension, which I need rear trailing arm bushings and camber kits for the front and rear. Also Debating if I Should build this B18c for All motor or turbo or rebuild this k24 I have.

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                        • #13
                          Build the k24

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                          • #14
                            are you selling db1 parts?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by clumbz View Post
                              Build the k24
                              so much money tho...

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