Not too high, not too low.
(Not my pictures) this is how I got the springs out. Place the socket and use a mallet to smack the keepers out!
Before smacking it
After smacking it
TADA! (my picture)
Oh and if you haven’t read yet, you need to peep this interview:
“focus more on the background and mechanical side of a car to fully understand its history and lineage. It’s just a different way of appreciating cars.”
“The goal is to keep enjoying Hondas for a long time to come, so that’s what I will be trying to achieve. So I hope Honda enthusiasts out there can enjoy this vision together with me.”
“A good balance between power, handling and light weight. For example a GT-R is exciting because of its power but then in a corner, a small well prepared Civic will easily overtake it. So balance through tuning is our philosophy.”
What do you think of this?
It’s deep enough to catch my finger nail on it, but I think milling the head a tad bit can fix this problem
I sent my main and rod bearings out to WPC Treatment last week and they came back today! Thank you Izumi-san!
I don’t have a a pic of the bearing before I sent it out but you can indeed see the smoothness.
It was storming like hell today but it calmed down while I was taking the head apart
Got the rocker arms and shaft out of the head
I don’t have a valve spring compressor so I decided to call it a day