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  1. The End of The CTR?

    If that would be the case, then it wouldn’t be called a Type R anymore.
  2. Quick question: when is it safe to barely hit the rev limiter after cold startup?

    you sir just made me ease my paranoia. Thank you so much🙌
  3. Quick question: when is it safe to barely hit the rev limiter after cold startup?

    Ohh well mine is bone stock and I thought it’s safe to send it off when the oil temperature is atleast 180F but since there’s no oil temp gauge in our R and the coolant temp heats up more quickly than the oil. So I guess i’ll just give it another 5 -10mins after the coolant temp reaches...
  4. Quick question: when is it safe to barely hit the rev limiter after cold startup?

    So I’m good? 😂 How long after cold start before you send it off?
  5. Quick question: when is it safe to barely hit the rev limiter after cold startup?

    Yeah I’m aware about the operating temp until recently when I did my research that operating temp actually means engine oil temperature of atleast 180F and above instead of relying on the coolant temperature since coolant temperature heats up rather quickly than engine oil temp. I haven’t felt...
  6. High speed "excitement"... cops were involved.

    Lol Here’s a cool story, I was tailgating a 2010 hyundai sonata driving like 25mph on a 30mph single lane two way street on Long Island, NY. Since he’s slow as hell, I counter flowed and over take him so I can go ahead my way. When I look at my rearview mirror, he turned on his sirens and I was...
  7. Quick question: when is it safe to barely hit the rev limiter after cold startup?

    Just curious if I did it wrong, I did some spirited driving with my R just out of boredom due to the lockdown lol. And I kinda sent it up to 6500rpm from 2nd gear merging onto the highway right after I saw my coolant temp guage just hit the normal operating temp mark. Sorry for the noob question.
  8. full review, writeup, and installation steps: ctr subs, amp, center channel, and door speakers

    sorry to revive an old thread. Does the factory headunit/amp exhibit full range/flat frequency signal?
  9. FS: 2019 Civic Type-R CW 3,500 Miles

    Ohh wow, congrats to you and your wife. Even though, I would regret parting ways with the R but, you can always purchase any car that you love anytime in the future as long as financial situation permits, whether it be the R or something else. Again congratulations bro.
  10. FS: 2019 Civic Type-R CW 3,500 Miles

    Just curious, why are you selling your relatively new, beautiful CW R?
  11. WTB: Rallye Red Type R

    There’s a reason why dealerships in CA won’t budge their ADM on their type R. It’s because the demand is always there and they know that car culture is huge in your state. I would venture out of state if I were you. Just to get one in MSRP and Also for a matter of principle. Good luck
  12. Continuous Customer Care: Tire and Wheel Protection w/ Cosmetic Coverage

    Just wanna know if the Tire and Wheel road hazard protection warranty does cover aftermarket OEM wheels/tires? ( I run NSX 19” and 19” FK2 wheels on my type R ) I haven’t used this warranty yet ( knock on wood) but I was just wondering if it covers other than 20” OEM stockies on my car?
  13. Continuous Customer Care: Tire and Wheel Protection w/ Cosmetic Coverage

    Just wanna know if the Tire and Wheel road hazard protection warranty does cover aftermarket OEM wheels/tires? ( I run NSX 19” and 19” FK2 wheels on my type R ) I haven’t used this warranty yet ( knock on wood) but I was just wondering if it covers other than 20” OEM stockies on my car?
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