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Headlight restoration

Headlight restoration

When I see people with a “modified” car driving around with hazy, discolored, yellowish headlights I am instantly judging you. How can you say that you’re an enthusiast if you don’t even care how your car looks. Yes looks aren’t everything, and usually here on FUNCTIONTHEORY looks take a back seat, but everyone wants their car to look somewhat appealing. You spend all your hard-earned money on getting cool wheels, and lowering it which as we know makes the car…

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Whats Up with ERIC’s Car?! plus k20 how to install.

Whats Up with ERIC’s Car?! plus k20 how to install.

If you read the last blog post about my brother’s (Eric) car, you’ll know he was half way back to D.C. from Oklahoma when his transmission decided to give up the ghost. You can read all about it here>>>>> http://functiontheory.com/2018/11/erics-car-we-can-rebuild-we-have-the-technology/ So hopefully you’re all caught up to date or, none of this going forward will make much sense. As most people with K20’s know things aren’t cheap, and having your transmission rebuilt is one of them. Since both Eric’s car…

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SUPER MEGA GOOD S2000 INFO

SUPER MEGA GOOD S2000 INFO

Normally i dont post links to other sites, i try to keep the blog 100% my content. But the other day i came across this S2000 page with all kinds of DIY’s and How to’s that is relevant to actually using your car and not just how to roll fenders, or get the best stance, tire stretch or how to put HIDs in your car. I was actually looking for the s2000 valve clearance specs so i could do an…

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How to clean K20 Idle Air Control Valve (IACV)

How to clean K20 Idle Air Control Valve (IACV)

I am making this post because… When i first started up my brothers K swap I was first excited that it was running well, but after a min of smooth idle it would begin to surge. Which as most Honda owners know its most likely a Throttle Position Sensor ( TPS ) issue or a IACV issue. So after checking my voltage and correctly setting the TPS the motor would still surge once it was warmed up. (bummer)I did some…

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Finished

Finished

           Upon returning from our trip across country to pick up my sick new toy. I knew I really needed to finish my cage completely, this basically was just getting bobby to get me some 16g steel plate for the a pillar dimple dies, paint the cage, interior back in, dash cut to fit, glue in the window I failed to break upon removal, and some wiring. It seems like a lot but in reality it…

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Lexus LS CAB

Lexus LS CAB

i think the idea of this is actually cool. i dont know the story behind it but its cool that it only took him seven minutes to make his LS different from everyone else, and not to mention that he will for ever be famous as the guy that cut the roof off his LEXUS. pretty neat stuff, some people might argue that its dumb but what ever its his car he can do what he wants.

BASIC DRIFT CAR SETUP 101

BASIC DRIFT CAR SETUP 101

                  As most of you know i have recently finished up the build of my RB swapped drift missile car. this is my first drift car build of my own, i have helped many Friends build their drift cars and i have been around drifting for a while now. but this is the first time i am going to be drifting my own car. So two weeks ago i went out for my first drift sesh ever. i took the…

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DIY 5 lug video

DIY 5 lug video

stumbled across this video today. since i have 4 lug and im looking to do 5 lug, i thought i would share this video. it takes all the guess work and stupid internet forum rumors out of the question. and just shows you step by step. SUPER basic and super easy, and super informative. since we love DIY i just wanted to share it.

build your own body kit

build your own body kit

NOT REALLY DIGGIN THE STYLE OF THIS CUSTOM BODY KIT…. BUUUTTTT  this is a good idea especially if you drift and smash up your body kit all the time instead of buying a new one each time, just make your own and keep the mold so you can keep making it all the time……     Custom Body Kits Creating your own unique body kit will set your car apart from anything else on the road.  Best of all, you…

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