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  1. 2018-2019 Fuel Pump Motor Recall

    Checked and mine is not appearing on the site still. Mine was built in Feb 2018 which is prior to the range I've seen for the affected 2018 models.
  2. Financing/Buying advice?

    The downpayment reduces your monthly payment because the loan amount would be smaller as a result. Paying down principle would pay the loan off faster but you would have a higher payment still unless you refi'd. I would get pre-approved for credit/financing before you negotiate. The dealers...
  3. Insurance premiums on LX Hatch vs. Type R

    Ive had no issues with 2 claims now on mine. Dunno how progressive works but you should be fine. They will know it’s a Type R because of the VIN
  4. Wrecked Type R. Worth Repairing?

    Yup, plus once you have one minor accident the rest don’t bother you as much (unless you lose the car as a result but I digress). Cars are made to be driven, and if they have scars to prove it then that means the car is serving its purpose well.
  5. Insurance premiums on LX Hatch vs. Type R

    My Type R is classified as a regular Civic under USAA.
  6. Can you swap a CVT for another CVT or automatic Transmission?

    I watch Scotty just because it’s funny to hear him rant generally - although I have actually found a few of his videos to be helpful. Mostly it’s funny when someone brings up a GM, Nissan, FCA, or German car and he goes on a tirade about them being pieces of junk
  7. Wrecked Type R. Worth Repairing?

    Mine feels normal even after two accidents now. Although it did diminish my love for the car a bit, but nothing to push me to trade (mainly because trade in value is absolute shit right now anyways).
  8. Honda to recall 1.4 Million Vehicles

    I think I'm safe because mine was made in like February of 2018. I wonder why Honda switched the part midway through the 2018 MY though?
  9. Honda to recall 1.4 Million Vehicles

    Applies to the Civic Hatchback as well. There was a similar recall for many Toyota vehicles as well not too long ago.
  10. 2018/2019 Civic Hatch and Civic Type R - Fuel Pump Recall

    Not sure, but the article does say 1.4m vehicles worldwide, so I'm inclined to think it should? I think we just need to wait and see.
  11. 2018/2019 Civic Hatch Fuel Pump Recall

    (NOTE: I posted this originally in the Type R specific forums, but considering it also applies to the regular hatchback models, I figured I would also post it here for hatchback owners who don't visit the Type R forums.) My friends linked me the below article concerning a recall for some of us...
  12. 2018/2019 Civic Hatch and Civic Type R - Fuel Pump Recall

    Yes they do, per this article. https://www.carcomplaints.com/news/2020/toyota-fuel-pump-recall-isnt-adequate-lawsuit.shtml
  13. 2018/2019 Civic Hatch and Civic Type R - Fuel Pump Recall

    Fellow FK8 Owners: My friends linked me the below article concerning a recall for some of us. Apparently a fuel pump can fail and the engines can stall and lose power. Honda is recalling 1.4M vehicles to replace the fuel pump free of charge. Affected vehicles are 2018 and 2019 model year Civic...
  14. Do you Name your Civic or cars?

    [Type] Rawr
  15. 2020 Civic Type R track performance

    I haven't, but some reviews I've watched/read of the 2020 have noted that it feels like the 2020 has a bit more understeer than the pre 2020 models did. I don't know how true that is.
  16. 11th GEN CIVIC TYPE R SPIED!!

    Same, but I don't think I could afford a Type S. Have to see on that. However, one thing that gives me pause (I've experienced the 10 speed before and I have to say it's a very nice automatic transmission) is the fact that the TLX is even wider than the Type R. At 75.2 inches wide, it's about 2...
  17. Civic vs Dedicated Sports Car

    The Veloster N is a riot from what I hear. A bit plasticky, but the exhaust is so good for a 4 cylinder car (unlike the Type R...).
  18. Official Championship White Type R Picture Thread

    Type Rs look great when they are in a natural environment.
  19. 2021 TLX gets de-tuned Type R powerplant

    Would have to wait and see until test drives come out, but an Aspec SH-AWD version might not be the worst (especially considering a tune would probably net you another 40hp with a conservative tune), and that should probably be in the mid $40K range.
  20. 2021 TLX gets de-tuned Type R powerplant

    Good point. :thumbsup:
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