Upon application it changed the texture of the seat, as I mentioned in my post. I haven't really noticed or thought about it since then.
Overall, I'd say this is probably a product that does more good than harm, but it might also be total overkill for this application. If you're going to use...
Good luck with the sale, but tbh you're asking for someone to buy a heavily customized car and asking for them to pay for those mods. I think they're pretty tasteful, but at the end of the day they're mods and it's not worth as much as stock.
On the Fiesta 1.0L turbo 3-cyl I had just before my Civic, I put an AEM intake on. It was a tube with a cone that snaked down really low on the front of the car to try and draw in fresh air from the ground.
Instead, in the summer it drew all the hot air off the pavement. The car ran like shit...
LEDs have much more intense light than HIDs but put out much less light, if that makes sense.
In a water analogy, LEDs are like putting your finger on a garden hose and spraying it, and HIDs are like a stream in the forest. The LEDs have much more pressure (intensity), but ultimately the stream...
This is also something to consider for body holsters. Instead of a side impact making your airbags be the first thing your body comes in contact with, it's going to be bag -> gun -> body, which might leave a nasty injury.
In the loaner Civic LX and Accord Sport I had for a time (both with Sensing) auto high beams could be disabled by manually turning high beams on, then manually turning them off. Auto high beams are on when you see the blue high beam icon with an "A" inside of it, and they're off if you don't see...
You're thinking of autocross and the Street rules. You're allowed to go up or down 1" in diameter, but the width must be exactly the same and you must be within 7mm of offset. 45 is 15 mm off the stock offset of 60, so you'd be in Street Touring.
NSX fronts are the rich guy autocross wheels...
Ultimately, one car can't do everything. If you want a car that starts up every morning and gets you to work, maybe don't tune your Civic. If you really want to tune your Civic, a $1500 shitbox EM2 sedan is cheaper insurance for downtime than cash for a new engine.
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And that scenario works, but something that isn't hard mounted or is floating around the car is another thing I have to remember to not forget, and I'm super forgetful
that really doesn't answer the topic at all but ok
I've had this since I bought the car and realized there's no other posts on here about it. I had a house fire that was contained only because there was a fire extinguisher in the garage, and ever since I've carried a small one in all my daily drivers for peace of mind.
Shitty pic, but it should...
Don't make this complicated.
You'll have a little poof in the middle where the center headrest is supposed to go, but if you're handy with a needle and thread I bet you can take care of that.