2016 WOP Touring Sedan

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Had the car for a few months, want to keep it OEM+ish. Not much more planned so that I can focus on my S2000 :)

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-RS Grille
-RS LED fogs
-RS Sport Pedal Covers
-OEM Clear side markers
-OEM cargo net
-Lloyd mats

-PRL intake tube
-AFE dry air filter
-Mugen Oil Cap

-MeisterR GT1 coilovers
-OEM Si rear sway bar
-Ultra Racing Trunk Brace (silver powder coat)
-Cusco front strut tower brace and rear lower subframe tie bars (black powder coat)
-OZ Leggera HLT 18x8 +45, Michelin AS3+ 235/40


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Winter mode...stock wheels back on, Nokian Hakkapeliitta R2's mounted. Will see if they live up to the hype!

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Tested my OEM center caps on the Leggera HLT's...they fit! Looks pretty nice I think:

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You should sell me your stock rims
 
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LED foglight bulbs installed...Philips X-treme Ultinon LEDs, 6k. Match the headlights very well. Bulbs look kind of neat in the stock housings:

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How difficult is it to install the black RS Grille? Where did you buy it?

Your car is beautiful!!
 
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How difficult is it to install the black RS Grille? Where did you buy it?

Your car is beautiful!!

Thanks!!

I got the grille on eBay from a seller in Thailand. Took about a month to get here.

The install was surprisingly a bit of a pain. On every other Honda I have owned removing the bumper is straight forward, but due to the clips on the civic it is a bit tricky. I had a helper, it would have been a lot harder without an extra set of hands.
 

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The car looks great, I'm seeing a lot of S2000 owners with 10th gen Civics lately. Mine is in winter storage but the Civic is plenty fun too.
 
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Thanks! Even in spite of the turbo and the CVT the civic is still pretty fun to drive...I think they nailed the steering response.

Hopefully it is built as well as the S2000...what year is yours? Mine's a 2000..



The car looks great, I'm seeing a lot of S2000 owners with 10th gen Civics lately. Mine is in winter storage but the Civic is plenty fun too.
 

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really still like my bone stock Coupe touring WOP, it really looks sharp from any angle and what a head turner.
 
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Thanks! Even in spite of the turbo and the CVT the civic is still pretty fun to drive...I think they nailed the steering response.

Hopefully it is built as well as the S2000...what year is yours? Mine's a 2000..
Yeah my Coupe with the CVT is a blast, very pleased with the engine,tranny, and handling.

Mine S2000 is a sebring silver 2002 Ap1, I'm on s2ki.com and s2kca.com as zeroptzero in case you frequent there.
 
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New-style Mugen Oil cap:

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Ive been really curious about the sport pedals from the hatchback. Are they a direct fit? Keep us updated on that i cant stand the rubber stock pedals. Coming from a 2013 si sedan i loved those pedals.
 
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The brake pedal is. The gas pedal assembly fits OK, but is surprisingly different and makes the wiring harness too tight for my comfort so far.

Anyway the gas pedal *probably* works alright, but I am thinking going with the Asia/Australia pedal covers may be better. Just don't want to have the gas pedal wiring fail while driving.


Ive been really curious about the sport pedals from the hatchback. Are they a direct fit? Keep us updated on that i cant stand the rubber stock pedals. Coming from a 2013 si sedan i loved those pedals.
 

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