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Old 12-13-2009, 01:39 PM
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72K on mine and damn she runs strong! My Audi had 76K miles on it and it was having major service related problems. Compared to that experience, this car drives like new...
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Old 12-13-2009, 03:18 PM
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72K on mine and damn she runs strong! My Audi had 76K miles on it and it was having major service related problems. Compared to that experience, this car drives like new...
My dad has the 08 Audi A4 and it has broke down twice already..
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didn't it just have 15,000 miles a couple of weeks ago?
Nope, bought it with 19,200 on it and drove it up from ATL. Drove it maybe 150 miles since I got it to Chicago. Straight into the garage...no snow or salt for my girl. Just waiting on my damn CT shit from XLR8 so we can spend some QT...
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128,xxx Still running strong on stock clutch.
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59,000 kms. Runs and looks new without a single scratch or dent
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Now i have 53,930 miles. Almost at 54,000
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Old 12-19-2009, 10:55 AM
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1098XX ... I honestly think I can get 175K out of this clutch, it has never slipped and still bites in strong.
Well ... if mine was any indication, you should be able to easily achieve over 175K. Miles reflected in sig block were at time of trade-in, and the clutch was original. Only see two posts where mileage is > 50% of what I had on mine. You all have nothing to worry about, if not abused.
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lol u guys have no kms on ur car!! I am at 108000KMS and i know that is peanuts. when u get to mid to high 100K miles then you can start thinking about OMG lol.

these ARE honda motors.

like the most reliable motors period
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Originally Posted by CL-S progression 01 View Post
lol u guys have no kms on ur car!! I am at 108000KMS and i know that is peanuts. when u get to mid to high 100K miles then you can start thinking about OMG lol.

these ARE honda motors.

like the most reliable motors period
you have 108? I have 189... runs amazing..my 1st gen J30 has 218 and it runs amazing Honda.
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yea man.... my car's gonna last me for a while
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72k miles about, w/ ext warranty.
good shape, except for some dings and wearing driver seat.
have new'er' car fever but still holdin' out.
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103,xxx and about to get the 105 done. I've had some 1 to 2 grinds but due to my own error. I definitely push her on a regular basis, but pray that clutch doesn't go until at least 150k.
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lol the grind sound... :-o what a horrible noise AY!!?!?

omfg it's like they made the tranny to TELL the drive WTF HAHAHA

a retard would know that's a terrible noise.
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lol the grind sound... :-o what a horrible noise AY!!?!?

omfg it's like they made the tranny to TELL the drive WTF HAHAHA

a retard would know that's a terrible noise.
6-Speeds only. Stay calm sir security is going to escort you out
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Old 12-19-2009, 06:54 PM
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Old 12-19-2009, 07:35 PM
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lol

I now have about 160 miles on my motor and tranny
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lol

I now have about 160 miles on my motor and tranny
pics of blower or go home
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Old 12-19-2009, 09:57 PM
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What blower?
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What blower?
i thought you were making a turbo?
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Old 12-20-2009, 02:33 AM
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Yea.

blower = supercharger

turbo = snail

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haha sorry i meant to say "blow off valve". I always make that mistake with the two
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g4 still got original clutch n just changed breaks thanks god for long lasting ceramic
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Just hit 54,000 miles today.
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Originally Posted by CL-S progression 01 View Post
lol u guys have no kms on ur car!! I am at 108000KMS and i know that is peanuts. when u get to mid to high 100K miles then you can start thinking about OMG lol.

these ARE honda motors.

like the most reliable motors period
remember thats in km's so its much lower than most people on this thread
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110k ish on it since i got for my swap, it close to 150k total on it still going strong. (110k on the clutch going strong as well)
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Original owner with 140,000 miles and no problems except the crap CD changer. Original clutch, etc.
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my b 64k only issue i have is navis not working some one needs to help me make a car pc
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113,000 miles, stock clutch....

btw, what is everyones thoughts on how the car sounds @ idle as it ages. If anything bugs me about this J32, its the sewing machine idle sound.

I have shown it to a couple seasoned mechanics and the valves are not needing any adjustment. I know my purge control selonoid is partly to blame, and i also suspect the fuel pump (or something just rear of the driver side door) ticks loudly....

Otherwise, the force is strong with J32a2
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adjust the valves, i did it and it was quiet and gained some power, same with a buddy (operationdarkie) felt the difference right away. so just adjust them.
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Still Stock Clutch, Believe its time for some mounts.

Recently survived:
3,000 mile shipping from NY to CA
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but still wears NY plates.
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I just rolled over 163,000 miles. running good. I need mounts. clutch I believe is original.
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75k runs good on 3rd clutch tho
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113,000 miles, stock clutch....

btw, what is everyones thoughts on how the car sounds @ idle as it ages. If anything bugs me about this J32, its the sewing machine idle sound.

I have shown it to a couple seasoned mechanics and the valves are not needing any adjustment. I know my purge control selonoid is partly to blame, and i also suspect the fuel pump (or something just rear of the driver side door) ticks loudly....

Otherwise, the force is strong with J32a2
(Off Topic): You made your 2003 look like a 2001-2002???
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