nay in my book. only because type s is an actual trim within the honda universe. So technically...its not a type s... and type s does not = honda civic type 'sport'. which means...rice in my eyes. but just my opinion obvi.
Universal in a sense that its a pipe that guides the exhaust gas out... yes.
However, with the various civic trims that honda provides.. you can see that the length of car matters... the various bumpers etc.
I personally have a HKS Hi-Power Exhaust System for my Si Sedan.
I chose that particularly exhaust due to build quality, fitment, sound & price.
Of course theres a bunch more like Borla, MAPerformance, GReddy to name a few.
Theres a lot of researching that goes into any mod parts so i would...
i would first suggestion would be minor mods and upgrades being that this is your first hoorah into the scene.. You want to get into the hang of modding your car and experience what its like...w/ baby steps. Of course, you'll find out right away your capabilities as you go through...
i have noticed this too.
i found the sweet spot for down shift to actually be around ~ 10- 15mph @ 2800rpm - 3000rpm
for that smooth transition.
In the end, i never find myself down shifting to 2nd as often as i would unless I'm doing a rolling stop at a stop sign (sshhhhh dont tell anyone.)
Yes & No.
I placed an order back in May-June for a Cobra Cold Air Intake. I knew there would be some sort of delay as i was certain the worldly situation would for sure impact my ETA...as mentioned on the website as well.
After my ETA has passed, i decided to give PRL a call. Spoke to a woman...
Shows wifi Icon as connected. Picked up SSID, password all of that. "Connected" when i click on the list of wifi's to connect to.
But the issue is, if i click on web browser or youtube or even netflix & Waze, i get no connection.
Until recently, I have been not able to get internet working on my infotainment system. It is Honda Hacked.
I do see WiFi symbol and is connecting to my house wifi with great connectivity.
Any one has any ideas?
Personally, i have not done it this way but also wouldn't prefer to. Only because its a fairly simple job and yes you may mess up here and there but going to a shop to get it done is more of an hassle and waste of money than it would be doing it on your own.
I actually bought a 1.5" x 6' black...
Would like to see if someone can confirm this.. but i am trying to remove the top part of my spoiler, not a complete removal from the trunk.
I am trying to wrap it with some vinyl but not exactly confidence in pulling it straight off just yet.
I find that theres two screws on each end of the...