Looking good. Less chrome is always better!
People make fun of plastidip but it really is perfect for some projects like these. It's silly when you plastidip an entire car like I've seen done, but in moderation it's not only cheaper to use plastidip but also just easier.
Judging by the pics posted by the other member of his red Civic with 18" wheels, that size fits the size of the 2016 Civic nicely. And you should still be able to fit enough meat on the tires to keep the ride comfortable. :thumbsup:
Reminds me of the current Chevy Volt shape,especially the rear.
Do you guys think cars like the Ioniq (or any HEV, PHEV, BEV) will ever be enthusiast cars? Doesn't seem like any hybrid or electric car so far truly has any significant enthusiast base.
You can probably get a vinyl wrapping shop to wrap all the trim and silver bumper grille to be wrapped in black chrome, and still reverse it when it comes time to sell the car years down the line or if you get bored of it and want to return to chrome or go with another color.
But t's possible the manual puts down more power if it has less drivetrain power loss compared to the CVT. Manuals tend to have the least drivetrain loss.
I'd love to see a dyno between a 2016 Civic CVT and manual model to see how much WHP they output.
Decent time but too much tire screeching for the amount of power the 2.0L is putting down. Blame it on the tires. Could have been even lower than 7.8s.
Love how linear the power delivery is with it being naturally aspirated engine.
I don't think he meant he could literally pull away from any car possible at a light. He's just saying the car is very fast for a standard Civic, which it is.
Pat: does your instrument cluster mostly glow green or mostly white? Green indicates you're getting optimum fuel economy and white...