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Official LUNAR SILVER METALLIC Civic Thread

Riko

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Some daylight pictures with a good view of the mods I added.
Small and subtile, but they change the look of the car substantially imo.
Red badges front and rear, black wrapped rear light housing, oem sideskirts.

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Red center caps are already installed on the summer wheels and are on the car now, but I haven't taken any pictures yet...waiting until the chrome window trim is wrapped in black on Friday...
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And Bayson R front lip is on its way as well
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After thats installed, it'll be the last exterior mod.
(possibly a Eibach pro kit somewhere down the road)



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Riko

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Before leaving a parking lot yesterday I noticed this view and I had to record it :)


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The Civic must have one of the most distinctive fronts of any "normal" car, no?
Can't wait how it looks after that front lip is installed.
 

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Anyone here plasti-dip their Honda emblem? Thinking about doing it to my 2016 EX-T since I just got my windows tinted but would like to see how it looks first. Haven't seen any Lunar Silver civics with plasti-dipped emblems
 

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plasti dip on an emblem thats exposed to the elements? good luck, especially the front facing emblem...
Wont last a month, especially in combined weather conditions
 

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plasti dip on an emblem thats exposed to the elements? good luck, especially the front facing emblem...
Wont last a month, especially in combined weather conditions
Not true. Had my emblem dipped a while back and they held up through two winters. Still looked great. These were the final pics before i took them off.

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plasti dip on an emblem thats exposed to the elements? good luck, especially the front facing emblem...
Wont last a month, especially in combined weather conditions
I would also disagree, just as @fluffyvader stated. I did the emblems on my daughter's Cruze almost immediately after she got it, and three years later when we turned it in at lease end, they looked just as good as the day I did them. Both front and rear, and living in the snow belt of Buffalo and NE Ohio.
 
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i put on some hubcentric 3mm spacers....looks way better IMO
 

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