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This is our largest event of the year.  We are partnered with X-Company dance studios to bring the entertainment + cool environment for the youth/young adult crowd at Steinbach's Summer in the City festival. However we kind of attract everyone and not just the youngin's.  Last year we were named "The largest out door hip hop/break dance battle" in the province.  Winner got a $300 cash prize.  We've quickly become THE major attraction at Summer in The City next to the big celebrities on the main stage.  X-Company provides the stage with all the breakdancing.  We provide a showcase of custom art work in all sorts of forms that draw in the crowds.
We get a kick out of all the non car people telling us "This feels like I'm in fast and the furious!" to which we roll our eyes, smile and nod.
This year is only going to be bigger and better.  They've given me an entire street to fill this year.  We've got a crazy wild line up planned for this year.  Bikes, Quads, Trucks, Cars, Audio systems, A Polaris Slingshot, our 3d printer and of course a whole host of Miata's.  One for every terrain... :) 
There's also going to be skate and bmx contests run all day as well on the back half of our section at the skate park.

We will be doing some free draws for gift certificates to Eppic Industries and 3D printed fidget spinners.

We also plan to throw some surprises in there for you guys as well.  You'll just have to come down to find out what those are though. ;)
Here's just a peek at some of the things you can expect to see this summer!





















And more to come yet.  Hope we see you there.

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EppicIndustries.com

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This is our largest event of the year.  We are partnered with X-Company dance studios to bring the entertainment + cool environment for the youth/young adult crowd at Steinbach's Summer in the City festival. However we kind of attract everyone and not just the youngin's.  Last year we were named "The largest out door hip hop/break dance battle" in the province.  Winner got a $300 cash prize.  We've quickly become THE major attraction at Summer in The City next to the big celebrities on the main stage.  X-Company provides the stage with all the breakdancing.  We provide a showcase of custom art work in all sorts of forms that draw in the crowds.
We get a kick out of all the non car people telling us "This feels like I'm in fast and the furious!" to which we roll our eyes, smile and nod.
This year is only going to be bigger and better.  They've given me an entire street to fill this year.  We've got a crazy wild line up planned for this year.  Bikes, Quads, Trucks, Cars, Audio systems, A Polaris Slingshot, our 3d printer and of course a whole host of Miata's.  One for every terrain... :) 
There's also going to be skate and bmx contests run all day as well on the back half of our section at the skate park.

We will be doing some free draws for gift certificates to Eppic Industries and 3D printed fidget spinners.

We also plan to throw some surprises in there for you guys as well.  You'll just have to come down to find out what those are though. ;)
Here's just a peek at some of the things you can expect to see this summer!





















And more to come yet.  Hope we see you there.

Check out our website:
EppicIndustries.com

Follow us on:
Facebook - Eppic Industries
Instagram - @Eppicindustries
YouTube - Eppic Industries

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Eppic Industries / Eppic Industries at Summer In The City 2017
« on: February 05, 2017, 07:59 PM »
Every year we partner with X-Company Dance Studio to bring you the most attractive area at Steinbach's Summer In The City festival. Last year we took the record for the largest outdoor hip-hop/break dance battle in the province! This year Eppic Industries is bringing you a bigger and better showcase! More Cars, Bikes and Off Road Vehicles. Make sure you come find us for some very cool supersizes and specialized vehicles.

more updates to come.

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Eppic Industries / 1000 Likes $1000 Give Away
« on: December 05, 2016, 10:34 PM »
Go Like our Facebook page and share the video to enter the $1000 give away.  Simply as that.

https://www.facebook.com/EppicIndustries


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Eppic Industries / EPPIC Gift Certificates
« on: November 17, 2016, 07:42 AM »
Hey there friends.

Gift Certificates are now available.


204-381-9363
Eppicindustries@gmail.com
Eppicindustries.com
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Eppic Industries / Eppic Lighting
« on: September 19, 2016, 08:58 AM »
Eppic light whips

We make these here in the shop. 
2 year warranty
Polycarbonate tubes are super bendy and take some heavy abuse
Cnc aluminum mount
Each whip comes with a 44key remote

$100 each + tax
$180 set + tax








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Journals / The Eppic OffRoadster
« on: September 18, 2016, 11:08 AM »
Well, Cody needed a winter car. There's a whole pile of Miatas around He so he figured it would be easy to slap one together quickly. Well that's quickly turned into a "build a brand new car" build. Everything is getting stripped and refinished.
The plans for this are not just another cool Miata. No no. This will be another Eppic Miata. We say top secret but really, we get too excited and just want to share our creativity with people. Hopefully another week or so of hard work and this new project will be rolling. 
Onto the pictures:

Sorting out what parts to use.


Rebuilt steering rack


Subframes out and getting ready for prep


Stripping things right down to the are bones



Had to move the shell out to sand blast the engine bay. Fastest way to get work done is just do it yourself.


Parts go in the oven to be baked and gassed out before sandblasting and then powdered.


Subframe all cleaned up and ready for coating


Interior is fully stripped.


And the list continually grows larger and larger.


That's all for now.

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Eppic Industries / TOPTIER HYDRODIPPING SALE!!!
« on: August 31, 2016, 12:27 AM »
Who wants a sale?

Top Tier Members!  I like you guys.  So, How bout a sale for y'all?
Shoot us an email telling us you're a TTI member with your user name and you will receive 15% off Hydrodipped Interior Packages.
Check out our website or facebook page or instagram for patterns and ideas.  We can dip you interior in anything from soft wood grains to crazy wild colors.

Prices vary depending on what we are all doing. So shoot us an email or a fb message with pictures for a quote.

Eppicindustries@gmail.com
facebook.com/eppicindustries
eppicindustries.wix.com/eppicindustries

Not sure what you want done?  Here's some examples:






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Eppic Industries / First Show = HUGE SUCCESS!
« on: June 20, 2016, 12:29 AM »
Well, just wrapped up our first show as Hydrographic Artists at Summer In The City.  We was asked to coordinate the "environment" around the breakdance/hip-hop street battle for Steinbach's summer festival.  I used be part of a professional breakdance crew years ago.  Now one of my buddies from that dance crew owns the dance company that hosts the dance contest.  So we work together to make THE BEST THING TO SEE AT THE FESTIVAL!!!  This year we are officially the biggest outdoor/street dance contest in the province. Thousands of people turn out for this and it's up to us here at Eppic to create that environment that people want to be in.  So... I stem from the automotive world as a trained red seal automotive technician, so naturally my bend is towards the automotive/powersports world, but had quiet a few conversations with people wanting to redo kitchens.  Lots of local business owners stopped in to check things out actually.  We got lots of calls later saying "hey, lets do business.  You do awesome work.  We want to get this in our stores!"  Things are about to get busy!  Here's some shots of what we had setup.  We were on one end of the festival.  So people were funneled through our "custom car showcase" and then were brought to the stage where the breakdance contest was going down.  $400 cash prize was well earned.  TV stations were there filming.  It was one busy day!  Lots of work, but lots of fun.  Can't wait till next year!



My dad thought it was important to demonstrate the tacobell toilet seat in effect....  We have lots of fun at work.  Smiles are what drives me.  (Also my weakness.  I just give stuff away cause I want to see a smile!)


We also got the new slingshot down there that we did some wheels on.

This is one of the toys one of my customers let us borrow for the weekend.  Wheels are dipped in lightning with glow in the dark.



Can't wait to see where things go from here. I only started doing this at christmas.

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Car Shows & Other Events / Summer In The City *June 18*
« on: June 16, 2016, 01:35 PM »
Hey guys.
Better late then never!

This saturday Eppic Industries will be showcasing some very custom vehicles (not just cars) along side a $400 cash prize hip-hop/breakdance competition at Summer in the City.  This is steinbach's summer festival.  Last year was our first year and we ended up being the #2 attraction at summer in the city.  This year we are aiming for #1.  Cars, Bikes, Side by Sides, And Polaris Slingshot that are all decked out with Hydro-dipped stuff on them!  Come check out these steinbach car scene and enjoy the All Styles Hip-Hop Freestyle battles going on all day.  It's gonna be dope!

Entry is FREE!!!!

I'll give you TTI guys a sneak peak on what you can expect to see. 







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Eppic Industries / Hydro-Dip Show Thread
« on: March 09, 2016, 12:31 PM »
Here is where I shall post my work.  See other thread for what Hydro-Dipping is.  :)
For a quote shoot me an email
Eppicindustries@gmail.com

golden burlwood

gator skin over yellow

rustic wood

leopard skin over yellow, blue lightning, golden burlwood

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Awesome machine.
Starts flawlessly
Endless amounts of power
Track and skid in excellent condition
Fox Float suspension works beautifully
Acerbis hand guards
Good impression
Pistons and jugs look great

Little bit of paint peeling off control arms in the corner
Hood has some scratches from trees
Other then that this machine is mint.

Was told by the previous owner this machine was a personal sled for an Arctic cat dealer. It's been well taken care of. The right grease in the right places. Different types of grease in different places. Sled is in great shape.

Still some time left to ride this winter.






$4999

204-381-9363 land line
eppicindustries@gmail.com

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Eppic Industries / HYDRO-DIPPING/Water-Transfer Printing *NOW HERE*
« on: February 11, 2016, 01:46 AM »
It's been in the planning stages for about a year and a half now.  Done some training.  Ordered some of my start up stuff today.  I was hoping to start in a new shop with lots of space, but i'm to excited and eager.  I pulled the trigger today.  Cleaning out a spare room in my house (shop is overflowing already) for a dip station.

What is Hydro-Dipping/Water Transfer Printing?
in very simplistic terms, it's using water as a squeegee to apply a special film to a 3d object

How durable is it?
every part that is dipped gets finished off with automotive clear coat giving it years and years of durability and UV protection.

What can be dipped?
pretty well anything that wont disintegrate when submerged under water.  The possibilities are endless.

Here's some of my own stuff that i've learned on.  I'll probably update this periodically or maybe I'll make a show thread, we'll see.
my 8 year old princess auto helmet was in need of an update.

And I always loved seeing painters with cool cans on their guns.  My turn!!!


As for pricing.  (as requested below)
I've been doing lots of research and talking with other businesses across the country and some in the states.  It doesn't seem like anyone has any set pricing for anything.  The reason for this is because there are so many area's that are variables.  I guess i would compare it to when I fix rust for a customer.  I can't even give them a number because you actually have no idea how far the rust goes.  What I do is I make sure they want their vehicle fixed and they know when they walk out my door that they are going to have new metal and paint on their car and it's going to last for a really long time because it is done correctly.

My mission statement is as follows:
At Eppic Industries, the goal is to change the communities view of mechanics cheating and stealing to get ahead, but rather to create lasting friendships with customers. By providing honest and integral service and creating a comfortable atmosphere where you feel in good hands and where trust develops into a friendship.
That is on the back of every one of my business cards.

So far, business is growing.  I have waaaaaay more friends then I used to, and everyone leaves my building with a smile on their face.
I love my job, but at an equal level I love teaching people about their cars.  That's a bonus of being the owner.  I want you guys to know what's going on with your vehicle when things wear out, when you have a strange noise, when something is broken.  I keep all parts to show you what broke and that I'm not charging you for anything I haven't done.  I care more about people then cars.  People need cars to do life. I'm the guy that makes sure you can do life with less hassle or stress. We are in this together.  I do life by helping you do life.  So... if you want some super awesome woodgrain on your dash or a carbon fiber grill on your car.  That's awesome.  I probably want it just as badly in my own vehicle.  Smiles make my day.  If I can make you smile but delivering you a quality product that is going to last for years... BAM! that's the ticket right there.  You're going to tell your friends to come see me too.  You left with a big smile on your face.  You want your buddies to feel the same.  In turn I get to make more smiles happen and that's the best part of my day.
To be honest, I wish I could work for free, life would be so much easier.  Money just stresses me out.   How do you put a price on a smile?  This is part of life though.  I have to make a living to feed myself and continue to grow the business.  "Ery buddy got bills"  We have to establish some grounds of value for service.  Every part is different.  Different materials require more prep work then others.  Different finishes require more expensive materials then others.  (A candy red clear coat will be more then a regular clear)
So let's say that pricing is subject to the part and the condition of it.

Shoot me an email or call the shop and a few things will happen:
#1 - A new friendship will begin.
#2 - I get to know a bit of who you are cause this is custom work.  It says a lot about a person.  You're probably not putting barbie dolls on your xbox if you're into Call of Duty.
#3 - Once I get to know a little bit about you, I can then craft the ultimate process of getting a genuine smile onto your face!
#4 - We agree on what works for you
#5 - We both look forward to our next conversation

My goal with my business is not to become some multi billion dollar corporation.  I think that's where most small businesses get in over their heads.  I like to work hard and make cool stuff.  (Lots of you know the cars I drive)  This is just one more way of making cool stuff. 

I look forward to hearing from you guys.  :)
204-381-9363 (land line)
Eppicindustries@gmail.com

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Eppic Industries / Custom LED Installs
« on: January 21, 2016, 03:31 PM »
This is the fun part of my job.  Playing with lights.  This is an endless world of creativity and design.  Got an idea?  Shoot me an email or fb and we can get your idea into action!

Led's are all over the place now.  So no doubt you've seen this type of stuff before.  Consider this a place to show off my work.
All pictures are my own and are of work that I have done myself for myself or customers.

I started doing this jazz way back in highschool.  This picture would have been from 2010.  My very first install I did on my snowmobile.

Threw leds in my boat along with a 52" light bar up top.  I love my boat.  That's my toy that gets all the fun stuff.

Little bit of dabbling on my quad.  Just to be different. made myself some orange lights for the handlebars (HID's in the headlights and 6" LED flood lights up top)


Customers Kitty needed some basic lights.  Nothing crazy.

This was a fun job.  Oracle's Colorshift halo's.  Headlights and Fog lights.  Controlled by your smart phone.  She also wanted lots of purple.  So purple in the grill.  Hood vents.  Interior was all lit up and the trunk. 


And last but not least... Eppic Industries can't have just a plain jane tractor.  No No.  It must have lights.  LOTS of lights!


I use all the products I sell.  If you see it here, that means I sell it.  :)

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Eppic Industries / Hey there TOP TEIR
« on: December 16, 2015, 12:04 AM »
Howdy-Doo Guys and Gals

Just wanted to tell you folks a little bit about what Eppic Industries is all about.

"At Eppic Industries, the goal is to change the communities view of mechanics cheating and stealing to get ahead, but rather to create lasting friendships with customers. By providing honest and integral service and creating a comfortable atmosphere where you feel in good hands and where trust develops into a friendship."

So far that has been doing really well for us.  We constantly have new customers coming in the door telling us about how they have been ripped off by so many places and they heard that we were honest and wouldn't try and sell them on something that isn't broken.  That is exactly our goal.  Ripping people off doesn't bring returning customers.  Honesty and Integrity is what creates a friendship and friends feel taken care of at Eppic Industries.


Cody Epp (Eppic) drives miata's mostly.  Although he has some other neat toys in his collection, he generally likes to stick to the top down rwd platform for the time being.  He is a red seal automotive tech who is the son of a red seal tech, which means he grew up around cars.  His first dirt bike came when he was 8 and it lasted 2 weeks because he was jumping it in the back yard and cracked the frame in half.  He was quickly upgraded to something made for jumping.  And so began his life as a mechanic.  He has been successfully employed as a mechanic for the last 10 years.  So successful that he had enough side work from returning customers to start his own business.  Cody has been part of Top Tier since the early days.  Just when things were starting out with just a few guys in a parking lot. 

Tyler Unger (unger08) recently joined the Eppic Industries team.  Tyler drives a 2005 Subaru WRX STI.  It's lightly modded but mostly stock.  Just enough power to be faster then the average joe.  Tyler is the type of guy who washes his car daily.  And that type of guy tell you one thing... He's a clean freak.  That translates directly into the work he produces.  Clean tidy jobs that will leave you with nothing to complain about.  Tyler has been a car enthusiast for years and has been a member of TTI for a long time as well. 

Turbo is the shop dog.  He is party husky part wolf.  A very kind and gentle dog.  A fun fact for you is that wolves cannot bark.  they communicate by pointing their tails.  So with Turbo being part wolf he is a very quite dog.  occasionally you can pull a grunt out of him if you spend 5 min playing with him and get him wound up.  Sometimes you may not even see turbo.  He's a nocturnal creature.  He sleeps all day in the office (usually) and around 10pm he gets up and galavants the prairies in the moon light. 


Eppic Industries is a Full Service auto repair business, but it's so much more then that!  Cody has adhd and that means he can't do one thing at a time.  He's got to do 3 things at one time for his brain to function the same as everyone else.  He can't stick to just one thing.  Because of this, we are happy to offer many different services because Cody wasn't satisfied with just knowing how to do mechanics.  We never stop learning new things at Eppic Industries. 
Services we offer:
Engine swaps
Performance Upgrades
Engine Diagnostics
Powder Coating
Custom LED Installs and Sales
Command Starts
Custom Welding/Metal Fabrication
Truck Modifications and Accessories
Rust Repair
Minor Body Work
And what we really enjoy doing is car restorations.  (that involves everything so Cody with his adhd is happy as a lark)

We expect to start hydro-dipping/water transfer printing summer of 2016

Our Shop rate is $60/hr

We are open from 8-5 Monday to Friday and Saturday mornings most of the time.  (Cody lives on site so other arrangements can be made if necessary)

Eppic Industries is located just outside of Steinbach, MB.  We consider ourselves to be a diamond in the rough.  Our shop looks sketchy, and we are located in the country but just talk to anyone that has done business with us.  They will give testament that we put out the quality and reliability we claim.  As we continue to expand and grow a new shop is in the plans for the near future but for the mean time we will use what we have and choose not to complain about it.  (nobody like a complainer)  We want to be liked.  We are happy to gain your business and more importantly a lasting friendship.

Our physical address is:
37092 rd 36 n (loewen blvd)
La Broquerie West, MB
R0A 0W1, Canada

Now that you know a little bit about us feel free to check out our Facebook page.  Give us a call.  Or shoot us an email.

204-381-9363
EppicIndustries@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/eppicindustries

We hope to develop a friendship with you in the future.  Thanks for checking us out.  :)

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Journals / Eppic '72 Hilux v8 swap/restore
« on: December 05, 2015, 12:16 AM »
There's always something interesting happening at Eppic Industries.

Current shop project is this here fancy 1972 Toyota Hilux.
I bought this sucker from a gentleman in stony mountain.  He was a nissan guy and a bunch of old 510's and this guy sittin out back in the field.  He told me he drove it there 4 years ago and it hadn't moved since.  Well, upon trying to get this little ol tiny engine running, i determined he probably wasn't telling the truth.  chains are waaaaaay loose and little compression in the center cylinders.  I spent $100 into it trying to get her running as I was hoping to get it running and safety it to drive it for winter.  but....  after I spent a few too many hours on this guy rebuilding the carb and ignition system, she still didn't run on more then 2 cyl. I finally gave up and yanked the sucker. 




I can't promise constant fast updates as this sucker goes through it's Eppic resto. Customers cars comes first. This is kinda my weekend warrior project.    I'll update as much as I can. 

The plans are to fix her structurally but... at the same time she's getting a 1UZ swap so there's some custom fab that has to happen in that process. 

Stay tuned for more updates.

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Engine & Transmission / Bricked ecu Anyone built an unlocker yet?
« on: November 05, 2015, 09:32 PM »
well howdy-doo! I had an interruption on reflashing a customers wrx sti and wadda ya know it's bricked.  There is a tool i can build to unbrick the sucker.  But id prefer if my guy didn't have to wait for parts to come in and me to build it.  Are there any suby wizards in manitoba that have built one of these yet?  Called subaru just to see if they could assist.  Alas, my knowledge surpasses their factory training.  talked to a couple tech's and they told me I "fried my ecu, wiring, and tcm."  Not the case.  I'm a red seal tech and I know my electrical jazz pretty well.  Cobb will fix it for me.  they know exactly whats wrong As do i.  Just looking for a quicker option to get my customer back up and rolling asap.

Suby nerds unite?  I don't know what you bearded folk say to each other.  I can never see your lips moving.

if not i think i'll build one so I can offer my services as one of those nerdy computer guys that creates magic circuit board shenanigans.

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Wheels and Tires / FS: THE PINK WHEELS 15x7 4x100
« on: April 07, 2015, 06:09 PM »
I had planned on powder coating these and running them on my next build, but... i've opted for a wider wheel.  so lets send these onto the next person.

I don't have a hot clue who makes these wheels. 
0 offset
15x7
4x100

tires are:
Nexen N3000
 195/45ZR15

they have about a summer and a half of use on them.  lots and lots of tread left.
$800

text me for the fastest response. i'm not on here a whole lot anymore.
381-1228









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bought this exhaust for my 99 golf only to realize that it was for an mk4 when I have an mk3 golf.  since it was an online purchase, returns cost me more money.  so i shall try and get it sold here.  all gaskets and hardware included


looking for $350
text me for fastest response
204-381-1228

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Vehicle Part-out / FS: 2 Miata's Parting Out (NA)
« on: December 26, 2014, 07:07 AM »
got 2 miata's i'm parting out at the moment.

main things already gone:
tops
mirrors
fenders
seats (have a set of mazdaspeed seats though)
window cranks
arm rests
windshield washer system


other then that i think we are a go for everything else.

currently in costa rica on holidays.   Pictures will be uploaded when I get home.

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Wheels and Tires / FS: 205/55r15 Bridgestone Playz
« on: July 21, 2013, 06:29 PM »
So i got these as a gift once upon a time.  Used them for a one summer on a toyota yaris.  Never beat on.  That car was bought for fuel milleage and driven by a girl.

They are the wrong size for anything I have right now so i'll get rid of them to make room for something new in the future. 

I can't find what they are worth cause they are from the jdm, so honestly, text me a fair offer for a performance street tire.

I would say they have about 70% tread left or more but it's safe for me to be on the conservative side of things eh?





381-1228
codyepp@gmail.com

$340 obo


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Wheels and Tires / FS: 18x9 5x114 Chrome $200
« on: July 21, 2013, 06:04 PM »
Factory wheels off my 3000gt vr-4

Not going to be using these so Dump em.  $50 a rim seems like a good way to get rid of them quickly.  Some of the chrome is peeling off them but if your on a budget and you want something shiney.... these are for you.

about a +35 offset maybe +32 offset.  Its somewhere around that




codyepp@gmail.com
381-1228

http://winnipeg.kijiji.ca/c-cars-vehicles-auto-parts-tires-tires-rims-18x9-5x114-Chrome-wheels-18-18-inch-W0QQAdIdZ505957301

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Well let me just start by saying I am a certified Automotive Technician so I have extensive training around vehicles I'm not your average joe. But really.... it's a scooter. Not much is going to go wrong.

This thing needs oil and gas and thats it. I haven't had to touch anything mechanical ever in the 5 years i've owned it. That's why I love honda's. They just go and go and go.
This 91 Honda Elite LX is no where what it used to be. This is what I've all done to it.
Led Tail Light
Led Headlight
Cut out HONDA into the clutch cover and have green Led's backlighting it
Painted the wheels green
Slip on exhaust from a yzf250 (fit right on so why not)
Custom intake (ported and polished the intake runner)
Aftermarket air filter
Removed the cluster and custom mounted all the switch's (signals, horn, start, all that stuff)

I think that's it for the most part as far as the custimizing stuff goes.

I have different springs and weights for the clutch. I was playing around with that trying to get more speed out of it, but that doesn't really change speed. Honda did a good job of making it almost perfect. If you are a bigger guy these weights would be a good thing for you put in. (very easy to install)
New Spark Plug
Brand New rear Tire
I use shell 2 stroke oil.

Odometer shows 4500km but not sure if it's rolled over the 9999 mark or not.  It is pretty old but runs and performs like a dream.

I does have electric start but I lost the battery over winter and just never ended up getting a new one. Kick start works great.
Under the seat is a compartment to store your stuff, so unlike a Honda Ruckus, you don't have to wear a back pack everywhere.

I'm selling cause it's time for me to get on a big motorcylce. :)

$800 and a popsicle if it's hot out. 

Journal for it is here:
http://toptierimports.com/index.php?topic=792.msg133000#msg133000

Kijiji ad is here:
http://winnipeg.kijiji.ca/c-cars-vehicles-motorcycles-scooters-pocket-bikes-Custom-Scooter-lots-of-fun-mods-Honda-Elite-LX-SA50-W0QQAdIdZ504292680

Call/text/email works best for me.  Pm's a fine but it's just easier to do things by phone for me so
381-1228
or
Codyepp@gmail.com








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Yup, your eyes are not playing tricks on you.   I'm selling this car AGAIN.

The guy who bought it from me was involved in a hit and run and he took mpi's money and sold me the car.  So... fix the bumpers and throw some new paint on it, body integrity and a fresh safety.... she's ready to go.  I was saving for a winter car but.... it wasn't for me.  I have trucks for winter.  So since I don't need this bad boy anymore, down the road she goes so I can save money to buy a house of my own. (i don't like paying rent.  I much prefer that money goes to my own mortgage.)

So... it's not painted yet or saftied or went for integrity or any of that jazz but i'm expecting a few months before a RHD car is sold so better to put it up for sale now already.  If you actually have money in hand, it can all be done in about a week or so.

$6,500 painted $5,500 as is  just needs paint on front and rear bumpers and the hard top


here are the specs

90 Eunos Roadster
1.8l swapped in after the original importer didn't change the coolant before winter came.
After market steering wheel.
K&N drop in
Tsudo Cat back with test pipe made by yours truely
Hard top

Sorry no stereo.  I let the last buyer keep it as I felt bad for him losing his car so soon.
I'll save this line for the milleage

This is what the car looked like last time I sold it and what it will look like when it's done.  Or if you want.... black hardtop??? would look pretty good I think.







this is what she looked like the day i picked it up.



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For Sale/Wanted / FS: This is 91 Honda!!! HOW DARE YOU!!!!
« on: July 16, 2013, 06:53 AM »
http://winnipeg.kijiji.ca/c-cars-vehicles-motorcycles-scooters-pocket-bikes-Custom-Scooter-lots-of-fun-mods-Honda-Elite-LX-SA50-W0QQAdIdZ504292680

hey doods.  Time for this guy to go and for me to get a real bike!
make me an offer.  Bid's start at $800 and go from there.  :)

I'll be taking some pictures tonight so hold onto your shorts.... it's gonna get crazy. (disco inferno)

91 Honda Elite LX  (sa50)

So many mods... your friends are gonna think you did it all!!!
leds everywhere
exhaust off a yzf-250
ported and polished intake
chrome air filter
(sorry the siren on the front wont come with it.  I need it for my car alarm)

signals are not mounted, didn't get to that yet.  And it needs a battery to clean up the wires infront of the seat. It  Runs and drives great via the kick start.  I lost the battery over winter and haven't gotten to buying a new one.  I drive this thing daily like this.






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