Some things I don't understand ?

Wessy

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Hi, being in England some of your descriptions confuse me
some what.

I'd like to ask a few questions if I may ?

What is Stock ?, is it standard equipment supplied by Honda ?

I drive a 3 door hatchbox Auto, it has a 1600cc Vtech engine.
It is known here in England as an ESI, what is it known as in
America ?

I put out a couple of messages regarding socket sizes, maybe
you guys are still in bed ? It's midnight here in England.

We call the component which the brake disk is fastened to a hub
the road wheel fastens then to the hub. I need to know what
size socket is required to loosen the nut which secures the hub.

The parts for Hondas in England are very expensive, is there a
company in America that would send me spare parts ?

Many thanks for reading this and I look forward to any reply
you may care to make. Regards de Wessy
 

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howdy.

yeah, stock is also OEM which is basically what the car came with

from what i think, you have a d16z...something, i dunno, a 5th gen vtec...check the engine forum for that one

the other parts...buy a manual

welcome to the site
 


Wessy

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Thanks for that info, chaps. Regards de Wessy
 


terceltyler

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yea i cant find it its on sum1s avatar but i cant find it
 

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lol those brits sure have funny names for things... hatchbox...hehehe

p.s. they are selling engines here not cordless phones VTEC
 

terceltyler

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here u go
 

Wessy

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Hey up, just did a noonshift when I wrote that message
Hatchbox !
I had the words Automatic gearbox and Hatchback in my head
and made the word Hatchbox !
I meant to say Hatchback oops !
Got a manual and it is a 5th gen with a D16Z16 engine in it.
Hatchbox he he, it might catch on ! Regards to all Wessy the Brit

ps. Vtec yep, messed up there too, ah well
 

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i am all over that hatchbox thing... i loove that ...

Thanks Wessy (** check my title**)
 

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Check under the bonnet of my ESI hatchbox! It's vtec is soooooo fast, that bobbies are pulling me over left and right. OR maybe that's just for talking on my vtech! Just kidding, i'm all over that hatchbox thing too!
 

Je

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hatchbox.............hmmmm sounds kinda lame
 

CiviKid

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you all call transmissions gearboxes all the time? instead of transmission..? thats really different lol
 

Wessy

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Lame ? don't understand this word nor do I understand noob ?
Maybe lame is " not very good " ?
Maybe NooB is a new member who knows nowt ( nothing ) ?
Ok on you title abej6
Type R's were on the tele ( TV ) here last night, racing in the
British Touring Car Championship at Rockingham ( Brit Oval Track )
Dooin owrate anough ! " Doing allright aswell "
 

Je

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Originally posted by Wessy
Lame ? don't understand this word nor do I understand noob ?
Maybe lame is " not very good " ?
Maybe NooB is a new member who knows nowt ( nothing ) ?
Ok on you title abej6
Type R's were on the tele ( TV ) here last night, racing in the
British Touring Car Championship at Rockingham ( Brit Oval Track )
Dooin owrate anough ! " Doing allright aswell "
A noob is not someone who knows nothing, its just a new person to the site. No shame in being a noob, we all started there :D

Lame is kinda like not very good, just i think its a funny name.
 

Wessy

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Transmissions, yes we call them gearboxes. Cuz they're boxes
full of gears.
A transmission in Brit is something you receive like a TV picture
or a Radio signal.
Muffler, well thats a rude word in Brit we call them exhausts,
we'll be having you lads sporting handlebar moustaches and whites neck scarves whilst driveing yet, tally ho old chaps !
 

Je

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damn reading your posts are difficult hahahahah, never heard noone talk like that b4. Its all good lol
 




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