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Old 06-01-08, 08:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Acura Legend LS Coupe 6-spd ('94)

Ok I just took some pics of my car today as promised in earlier posts.
I didn't have the wheels(rims) changed yet, just bought some brand new oem rims for the car.
So it'll do for now without the new rims.
But here you go.
Now it has 93k miles but still going strong.













Already replaced these parts with brand new oem parts:
ABS-pump(OEM)
Oil filter(OEM)
Fuel injectors(OEM)
Air filter element(OEM)
tie rod end(for left wheel)(OEM
Fuel filter(OEM)
Timing belt(OEM)
Left front turn signal(lower)(OEM)
Left front headlight turnsignal(upper)(OEM)
shift knob(6-speed transmission)(OEM)
CD-changer(OEM)
Cable reel, SRS(for the steering wheel controls)(OEM)
New light-bulbs in all lights.
New spark plugs(OEM)
Water pump(OEM)

things bought but not installed yet:
Original wheels(OEM) 16 x 6.5
Fuel pump(OEM)
Seat belts(OEM) but wrong color... ha ha ha

Maintainance done:
Honda MTF3 (manual transmission fluid), drain(old engine oil 10w40) and refill(MTF3).
GL5 oil, drain and refill.
engine oil, ofcourse.
Air condition freon refill.
Yes and lots more I can't remember.. he he he.

That was the new pics of my imported USDM Legend, hope you enjoyed it, thought the quality of the pics might not be the best since it's shot with a cellphone... he he he.
But for now it's all I've got.
When I put my new wheels on I'll take some pics of that as well as some interior pics.

I don't know how to make the pics bigger here.

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Old 06-01-08, 08:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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looks great! 6mt coupes are fairly rare in the states, i bet its super rare over there, not to mention the fact that its a usdm
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Old 06-01-08, 08:15 PM   #3 (permalink)
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yea, it's the only one here..... ever.....
So yes it's cool and I don't know if the JDM's ever had 6-spd but the EDM only had 5-spd but most were automatic and they all had type1 engine.
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NICE CAR! Nice GS wheels too..........
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Old 06-01-08, 08:17 PM   #5 (permalink)
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A very nice vehicle.Are u gonna put a spoiler on the rear and what type of wheels u have planned.
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Old 06-01-08, 08:20 PM   #6 (permalink)
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no I'm not gonna put a spoiler on the rear end since it has the type2 coupe trunk with that little spoiler like end.
The wheels I bought but didn't install yet are original 95 Legend 16x6.5 rims. I guess that's what you call GS wheels here.
The ones already on the car is the original wheels from when it was bought over there in 94.
It's in really good condition and the engine does it's magic like it's suppose to.
From 0-60mph: 6.9s meassured with GPS, stop watch at a closed track and with distance meassured.
I haven't tried measurring the top speed since it would be reckless to carry that out.
Everything on this car is stock, no mods.

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Old 06-01-08, 09:59 PM   #7 (permalink)
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hahaha only USDM has 6spd trany and that is the only option we have you guy doens't.
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Old 06-02-08, 04:18 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Looking great, really like the scenery too.
Hope to see more pics!
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Old 06-02-08, 11:01 AM   #9 (permalink)
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hahaha only USDM has 6spd trany and that is the only option we have you guy doens't.
Yes and the type2 isn't part of the EDM models.
Type2: USDM(canadian as well) and JDM.

So the EDM only has type1 and most are auto but a few with 5-spd man transmission.

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thats awesome. my car wont look as clean without a lot of extra ca$h....
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So the EDM only has type1 and most are auto but a few with 5-spd man transmission.
You think we can easy find an 5spd here? Dream on If I can find a 6spd or 5spd when I need a car I wouldn't stuck with the Honda Accord now.
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really nice coupe buddy congrats
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Old 06-03-08, 09:31 AM   #13 (permalink)
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You think we can easy find an 5spd here? Dream on If I can find a 6spd or 5spd when I need a car I wouldn't stuck with the Honda Accord now.
I don't get it.... What do you mean?
And why do you reply like that to my post?
Guess there must be something I missed.
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Old 06-03-08, 06:32 PM   #14 (permalink)
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thats awesome. my car wont look as clean without a lot of extra ca$h....
Well all I did was use a product called "Prox"regenerator(believe it's a german product) and spend about 30-40 minutes waxing/scrubbing my car with it and afterwards it seemed close to brand new.
It's really easy to use and will remove oxidation and discoloration.
Converted to american dollars I spend about 35.00USD on the product.
That made a real big difference when it comes to the looks of the paintwork(finish).
Sure you can get better products and ways to do it, but not as easy and quick.

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