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Update:

Working on the Fuel Cell install.
Looks like stock Ksport rear shocks are way too tall, so we will be ordering front shocks to put in the rear.

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Update - Civic Wago Rear Diff:

We are testing for a member his civic Wago diff spacing for his AWD setup.
It works but the ground clearance is pretty short for my personal taste.

I personally will be going with the CRV rear diff as previously posted.

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Update: Fuel Cell install and wiring.

As Dave said, this the worlds smallest Fuel tank(the reservoir tank with the funnel).
We were using it to make sure the fuel pump system works since we removed the tank underneath and upgraded too a high flow pump.

And it works great!!!
The fuel cell was not locked down that's why we used that little tank to test first.
Next step is to build the lower brace for the fuel cell in the trunk and secure the front

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But for a mostly bolt up swap you need too go B16/18/20 swap and use the 97-01 AWD transmission and rear diff with my AWD kit to go AWD.
Would you recommend the Billet upgrade route for B-swap with power? or is this setup going to be more suited for around stock power?
I initially was going to turbo the swap but not sure how much power the rear diff and trans can take.
Aiming for around 300-350hp but happy to limit that if it means AWD.
 

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Would you recommend the Billet upgrade route for B-swap with power? or is this setup going to be more suited for around stock power?
I initially was going to turbo the swap but not sure how much power the rear diff and trans can take.
Aiming for around 300-350hp but happy to limit that if it means AWD.
Stock cannot handle more than 200whp. Even that is pushing it.
Always upgrade all components to the aftermarket beefier units.
 

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The wire harness looks nice installed. I take it you finally got the length issue sorted out with wireworx?

How does the car drive? At least I assume its been driven a short distance.
Yes took a while, but finally got it sorted out.
Dave moved it in and out but no road testing yet.
He needs to put some things back together before getting on the road.
 
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