DIY Rally Armor Mud Flap Install

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No. When I did mine the Hatchback Sport mudflaps weren't out yet so I used the regular Civic ones. Those should work much better I would assume.
I tried out the hatchback sport splash guards (08P00-TGG-100A). They look a bit taller and shape is different from what RatedR has on his CTR. I got them from ebay for 79 bucks shipped from a Honda Dealership in MD. I have only install the fronts for now. The rears seem to fit when I hold them up against the screw holes.

I did need to shave off some of the plastic in order for them to fit. I wouldn't say they first perfectly as there is a small gap. You can see the gap in the pictures. Overall I'm happy with them so far. I like the OEM look.

I'll also show a before and after picture of what I trimmed off.

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I tried out the hatchback sport splash guards (08P00-TGG-100A). They look a bit different (their shape) from what RatedR has on his CTR. I got them from ebay for 79 bucks shipped from a Honda Dealer in MD. I have only install the fronts for now. The rears seem to fit when I hold them up against the screw holes.

I did need to shave off some of the plastic in order for them to fit. I wouldn't say they first perfectly as there is a small gap. You can see the gap in the pictures. Overall I'm happy with them so far. I like the OEM look.

I'll also show a before and after picture of what I trimmed off.

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I put on the last 2 splash guards on my ctr (rear). There was less shaving of the plastic this time (shown in first picture left side). Again, it is not a perfect fit so keep this in mind. There are no issues with the fronts and the rears seem to be more secure. I did not use the metal bracket that came along with the kit. I did not want to drill into the side skirts so I screwed it into the side skirt facing the fender side instead. In the event, I need to remove the splash guard, there won't be two holes facing the side of the car. If you download the installation guide, you will know what I mean. There is a plastic clip that didn't line up so I did zip tie it. You can see it in the pictures.

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I tried out the hatchback sport splash guards (08P00-TGG-100A). They look a bit taller and shape is different from what RatedR has on his CTR. I got them from ebay for 79 bucks shipped from a Honda Dealership in MD. I have only install the fronts for now. The rears seem to fit when I hold them up against the screw holes.
Honda makes at-least 3 different versions, tall/slim and low/wide, for the front, then it'd be more if you include the sport hatchback, regular hatchback Si Coupe and Si Sedan.

I think the low wide version works the best.

Sedan and Hatchback
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I put on the last 2 splash guards on my ctr (rear). There was less shaving of the plastic this time (shown in first picture left side). Again, it is not a perfect fit so keep this in mind. There are no issues with the fronts and the rears seem to be more secure. I did not use the metal bracket that came along with the kit. I did not want to drill into the side skirts so I screwed it into the side skirt facing the fender side instead. In the event, I need to remove the splash guard, there won't be two holes facing the side of the car. If you download the installation guide, you will know what I mean. There is a plastic clip that didn't line up so I did zip tie it. You can see it in the pictures.

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Hi just a quick question on your rear installation. Is it adjusted full up, mid, full down (relative to the upper attachment slot)? Did you enlarge any of the slots? On the lower slot which did not line up with the oem fastener -- how did you attach it? Thanks
 

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Hmmm, maybe I’m the only one but I dislike the look of mudguards.
PPF for the win
 

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Hi just a quick question on your rear installation. Is it adjusted full up, mid, full down (relative to the upper attachment slot)? Did you enlarge any of the slots? On the lower slot which did not line up with the oem fastener -- how did you attach it? Thanks
Hi, I used the existing holes and did not drill any new ones on the splash guard. It lined up with the screws that hold on the bumper. I did not enlarge any of the holes. I only had to shave off some of the plastic on the splash guards so that it would fit. There was one hole which is shown in the picture above that I did not alight right and I used a zip tie to hold it in place. I used the screws that came with the splash guards. I hope I answered your questions. I have not had any issues for the past 3 months I've had them on.
 

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Hi, I used the existing holes and did not drill any new ones on the splash guard. It lined up with the screws that hold on the bumper. I did not enlarge any of the holes. I only had to shave off some of the plastic on the splash guards so that it would fit. There was one hole which is shown in the picture above that I did not alight right and I used a zip tie to hold it in place. I used the screws that came with the splash guards. I hope I answered your questions. I have not had any issues for the past 3 months I've had them on.
Thanks mrctr. I On the lower front attachment location (not the bottom with zip tie), is there a fastener provision or did you have to add one? I cannot see it.

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Thanks mrctr. I On the lower front attachment location (not the bottom with zip tie), is there a fastener provision or did you have to add one? I cannot see it.

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I just made a tiny hole into the faux carbon-fiber with a pick and finished it off with a hand tighten screw.
 

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If done right it looks good. Of course I’m running 18x10’s and 255/40 x18 Michelin PS4’s...

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HI all, I know this thread is almost a year old - any new learnings on the molded splash guards? I'm ready to do this now.

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