Acura Legend Meetup Video 2
November 19th, 2006 Acura Legend Meeup 2nd video after complaints of
underediting and suckass music. So new clips, longer song with hiphop in
it(ick). Enjoy It, i did. For More Info on meetups near you go to
3.5L Acura Legend Coupe 5 Speed in Action
2003 3.5L RL Block
2001 3.5L RL Heads (ported and gasket matched)
2001 3.5L RL Intake Manifold (gutted, ported, polished and gasket matched)
2001 3.5L RL Exhaust Manifolds (ported
and polished, and gasket matched)
Apex'i S-AFC II
Throttle Body Coolant Bypass
EGR Valve Block
RangerJoe CAI with K&N Filter
Walbro 255 Fuel pump
Brembo/Bradi Slotted Rotors with Ceramic Pads
Goodrich Stainless Steel Brake Lines
Rays Engineering G-Games 18x7.5
Yokohama Parada Spec II 225/40/18
ADDCO rear stabilizer bar
EDM headlights and corner lights
Mcculloch 6000k HID's
House of Kolor Blue Pearl over Black
Cowl Induction Hood
Shaved and smoothed front bumper
Shaved Rocker panels
Shaved Fuel Door with flip open taillight
Shaved Trunk lock
Eclipse CD/MP3/WMA player
Audiobahn AEQ-6 Preamp Line Driver
Alpine 1" Tweeters
Kenwood Excelon 6.5" Coaxial Speakers
Kenwood Excelon 6x9" Triaxial Speakers
Memphis 250D Amplifier
Memphis 12" Subwoofer
1988 Bahama Gold Acura Legend LS
This is my dad's 1988 Acura Legend LS in Bahama Gold with ivory interior.
He purchased the car in 1995, February with 53,540 miles and became the
second owner. As of 2012, May, she has just turned the 170,000 mile mark.
This first generation Legend LS is (meticulously) maintained. This Legend
LS is an every day pleasure driver and is always garage kept.
In the spring of 2012 a new resonator was installed to the Exhaust system. While polishing and preparing
the summer wheels, a bad Toyo Spectrum tire was discovered which led to a
purchase of a new set of Michelin Primacy MXV4's. The Primacy is a big
improvement over the Toyo Spectrum starting with a soft comfortable ride to
having a (very) quite ride with a (very) minimal amount of road noise.
In the summer of 2011 the transmission was rebuilt because of a faulty
second gear. Her hood was resprayed shortly after because of some minor
damage that was caused by the transmission tech.
In the summer of 2010 all of the fuel injectors were replaced because of
leakage of fuel.
In 2008 she had professional body work done to both of her rear wheel
quarter panel areas which involved spraying her from front to rear . First
generation Legend owners know that these areas become a major concern down
the road. The only sections with original paint are the trunk lid and
In 2008, all of the interior seats were were recovered with irovy leather.
Sometime around 2002 OEM Acura black mats were added. The original ivory
mats still exsist today and are in very good condition. All of the rest of
the interior is all original!
In 2006 the air conditioning was coverted over to R-134A and the
aftermarket radio was installed.
In 1999 around 77,000 miles, the Ultra Wheels with Toyo Spectrum tires were
added. The original Acura wheels are used for the winter season.
Repairs are made as they occur to keep her in proper running condition. Up
to the present date, this 1988 Acura Legend LS has been shown nothing but
respect during the 17 years of ownership..
My 88' Acura Legend Sedan
A quick video clip of my 1988 Acura Legend Sedan. Its got stock height
(for now), 18" Limited 341 Rims, JDM Power Folding Mirrors, JDM Taillight
Chrome, JDM Window Visors, JDM Clear Corner, Projector Fog Lights, and
painted the car Matador Red.
2006 Corolla S Update Video
*This should have been up over a month and a half ago but I am too busy.*
This is my Dads 06 Corolla S and we put a CAI on from Cosmo Racing. This
thing sounds awesome. Also put in a badge-less grill and a Clarion VX409
head unit. Trying to convince him he needs to upgrade more :)
1997 Nissan 2.4L Intake Gasket Replacement (Part 1) -EricTheCarGuy
In a way this is a sequel to the Nissan Altima Misfire Diagnosis Video. It
would have been a REALLY long video if I posted both together. In fact I
had to split this video into 2 parts as it is. This job isn't for the weak
at heart. It took me most of the day to get it done. Most of the issues
involve accessibility to the fasteners. Some are stuck down in there
pretty good. I'm told this is a common issue with the 2.4L engine so you
may run into this at some point. If you decide to do the repair yourself,
this video can walk you through the process. For now, sit back, and watch
me suffer. Here's some useful links for you.
Link to part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_G2BE0iYnE
Spill Free Funnel:
Bleeding a Cooling System: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUpXgAJ1gjU
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Fuel Filter Replacement Acura Legend
This video shows you how to, remove and install a new fuel filter in your
86-95 model Acura Legend. The video cuts out right at the very end, but it
shouldn't prevent you from being able to do the job. It's a pretty easy job
to replace your fuel filter in this car.
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Fix It Right! - Intake Manifold Gasket Replacement
Fix It Right! - Intake Manifold Gasket Replacement (S1E4)
Demonstrated on a 2004 Buick Century 3.1L V6 FWD.
In this video, we demonstrate how to perform an intake manifold gasket
replacement on a front-wheel-drive 3.1L V6 engine, in this case in a 2004
Buick Century. This is a common point of failure on General Motors' 3.1L,
3.4L, and 3.8L V6 engines, which are used in a large number of passenger
cars across most of GM's model lines.
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