Haha! Ya it totally reminded me of that model.
The back is actually the worst angle for the mod.
Damn I wish I took some side shots.
I like it both ways. Prefer the mod mostly as a means to separate from all the others out there.
I actually got it done last week. My side markers now blink opposite of my blinkers. And in the day time they blink in unison.
However, they do not function when the light switch is on ‘auto’ mode. To use in the day time the switch should be set to ‘parking lights’
So...that was my 16 and now I’ve got an 18 civic.
My leds are coming in today. This time I bought a red and a white strip of leds so I can light up the ground when I reverse as well.
Back in 16 I remember seeing a nice strip that had both reverse and brake in one strip but these days I can...
I’m also wondering how this is done and whether anyone has already done it. I tried this weekend and jus kept blowing fuses.
I had leds in my side markers and switched them to incandescent since my marker started hyper blinking. So I jus cleaned it all up and put it back to normal.
The car goes too far to the left as if alignment is off.
And on the passenger side it’s like it reads too far into the other lane. I had to turn it off cuz on the freeway the damn car thinks I’m gonna crash into the car in the right lane and pumps the breaks
Damn car has been a beautiful nightmare
Windshield installers will definitely not know how to calibrate sensing back in working order.
It took the dealer 2 days to recalibrate mine and they didn’t even do a good job. It pulls to the left so now I gotta take it back in to have them try again
Sensing calibration is priced at 290$
Actually I used Plastidip on the windshield pillars and rustoleum on the seatbelt pillars.
I would recommend rustoleum over plasti dip if you decide to go that route. It goes on sooooo smooth. Might require 2-3 more coats than plastidip but totally worth it. I'll take a close up of the 2.
Not very. If you go in planning to saw the thing out, should be a breeze.
However if you're going to try and wiggle the thing out prepare for an incredibly frustrating time. Haha as a matter of fact I was so blinded with rage that it was my mom whom actually suggested I chop it up.
The resonator is the part I sawed into a few pieces. I jacked the car up and removed the skid plate underneath then pulled the resonator out as far as I could then started sawing. I jus used a small hand saw. Wasn't very difficult at all.
Haha however, I did wrestle with that resonator for...
Actually the low end is where I feel it the most. Which is why I take her around town everyday so I can get out of the house. I've had a broken ankle for 4 months now.
I really want to get a intake (short ram) however my research says that it would bring some loss of power on the low end.
Personally, since removing the resonator, I feel a gain. It's hard to describe since I've only become interested in cars since purchasing my civic. And it just feel a bit more fun to drive.
4 times a week I take her up to 90 on the freeway and I fly by folks with little effort
I'm in Los Angeles and see them on the road nearly every time I go out for a drive.
Haha of course mine is the best looking one on the road. Literally, because I have yet to see a civic with anything in the way of a mod with the exception for rims and tint.
Boy do I love pulling up to a red...