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Featured Hondapartsnetwork Parts catalog is updated with Civic Si

Discussion in 'Civic Si Forum (10th Gen)' started by derbo904, May 12, 2017.




  1. derbo904

    derbo904 Senior Member

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    The pressure plate and the clutch disc are the same part # as the EX-T 6MT, the flywheel is the only difference .. not sure how much that will affect torque holding value:hmm:
     
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    Yeah I just found the same thing. Looks like the flywheel is a more conventional type, way cheaper than the one on the other cars. ($73 vs $512)

    The LSD is over $700.
     
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    Jesus! the price difference in that flywheel compared to the no si model. :eek: i really hope that is that light weight flywheel. should eliminate the rev hang alot of people have been complaining about.
     
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    Rods/piston/crankshaft part numbers are all different from non SI. The head is the same. Injectors are different. Throttle body is the same. Engine block is different, SI half the price? (~$400 vs ~$800)
     
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    Those parts match up perfectly to the CRV 1.5To_O
     
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    Want an SI engine? Go find a crashed CRV. Ha
     
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    Pretty much.... o_O

    The only real engine difference so far looks like..( besides the CRV internals and Turbo )
    Flywheel
    Intake Cam
    Intake tube and Filter Box
     
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    Sounds like the new B20VTEC of this 10th gen :)



    Shock Absorber looks like it has an electric motor to dampening it on the side.

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    This is what a dealer is quoting to have the accessories for an Si Sedan.

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    I compared their installed prices vs me buying from Honda Parts Network and just installing myself.

    These are the accessories that I am interested in:

    - Ambient Interior Illumination (Red)
    HPN: $82.50
    Dealer: $307.50
    They are charging you $225 to install it.

    - Console Illumination (Red)
    HPN: $165.00
    Dealer: $495.00
    They are charging you $330 to install it.

    - Door Sill Trim (Front - Illuminated)
    HPN: $195.80
    Dealer: $555.00
    They are charging you $359.20 to install it.

    - Spoiler - Front Underbody
    HPN: $264.00
    Dealer: $720.00
    They are charging you $456.00 to install it.

    - Spoiler - Side Underbody
    HPN: $466.40
    Dealer: $1,135.50
    They are charging you $669.10 to install it.

    I save $2,039.30 if I buy the parts from HPN and install it myself.

    I will not have the dealer purchase or install any of the OEM accessories for this car. I hope you guys don't either.

    $2,039.30 is a nice set of rims or tires or suspension or big brake kit.
     
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    19" HFP ALLOY WHEELS
     
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    Doesn't appear to have the dual-axis strut from the Type-R :(
     
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