Side Under body Spoilers from Hatchback on Sedan

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I've never seen anyone done this, but I'm telling all the sedan owners out there that you can put the side underbody spoilers from Hatchback to match with the front with no issues at all.

You hear me right, the side underbody spoilers for Hatchback can be installed on sedan's side skirts without any modifications needed at all. The spoilers will fit the contour of the sedan's side skirts perfectly, so all you need to do is drilling holes on your sedan's side skirts to mount the spoiler on.

Since the templates that come with the kit is for the hatchback, you can toss them away. All you need to do is transferring the locations of the holes to your side skirts.

1. First, you need to find the 3 holes for the black retaining clips underneaths the side skirts by dry fitting the spoilers on your side skirts. The edge of the spoilers should line up with the edge of your side skirts. Drill 10mm holes for these 3 locations once you find that out.

2. Put wood dowels, 6mm in diameter, in the holes where the spring nuts go in from the spoilers, then put foam tapes on your side skirts around the locations where the holes will be drilled.

3. Install the spoiler on your side skirt with only those 3 retaining clips so that the spoiler is secured on your side skirts, you can now press the spoiler down so that the foam tapes on your side skirts will have the indentations from the wood dowels. Just remove the spoiler and drill all the holes, 6mm, as recommended in the assembly instruction.

4. Install the spoilers on your side skirts with all the clips, spring nuts and bolts as mentioned in the assembly instruction.

Fitment is perfect without no modifications done. I bet you can put the side spoilers from hatchback Sport on sedan as well.

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where did you get black ones?
Have it repainted. Honda actually makes these in 3 official colors, red, orange and black, worldwide.

They have the black one in Australia and the orange one in their motherland.

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is it possible to order them from australia? or did you have them repainted too
 
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is it possible to order them from australia? or did you have them repainted too
I have mine repainted, and you will be paying a lot on shipping to get it from Australia or Europe where they have the black one.

I’d have chosen the orange one for silver or gray body color between orange and red if I don’t plan to paint them.
 

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Does anyone happen to have the part numbers for the Sport hatchback side skirts?
I'm referring to both the upper (Paint matched) and lower (Black, the ones that look kinda like the R) pieces.
 
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Does anyone happen to have the part numbers for the Sport hatchback side skirts?
I'm referring to both the upper (Paint matched) and lower (Black, the ones that look kinda like the R) pieces.
If you are planing to put the sport Hatchback side skirt on sedan, I think all you need are the side skirts.

They have a special trim with the sport side skirts for the 2019 sedan in China by the way.

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If you are planing to put the sport Hatchback side skirt on sedan, I think all you need are the side skirts.

They have a special trim with the sport side skirts for the 2019 sedan in China by the way.

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I just did some searching and I can't find anything that confirms this 100%, but it appears as though the hatchback Sport side skirts are all one piece. I was able to find the part numbers for both the left and right sides from people who claimed to have gotten them, and the photos they posted showed that the skirts arrived in one piece. I guess we'll find out.

Part Numbers:
71850-TGG-A50ZF (Left - Lunar Silver)
71800-TGG-A50ZF (Right - Lunar Silver)

The last two digits are what determines the color.
Search for the part numbers without the "ZF" on the end to have all of the colors show up.
 
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I just did some searching and I can't find anything that confirms this 100%, but it appears as though the hatchback Sport side skirts are all one piece. I was able to find the part numbers for both the left and right sides from people who claimed to have gotten them, and the photos they posted showed that the skirts arrived in one piece. I guess we'll find out.

Part Numbers:
71850-TGG-A50ZF (Left - Lunar Silver)
71800-TGG-A50ZF (Right - Lunar Silver)

The last two digits are what determines the color.
Search for the part numbers without the "ZF" on the end to have all of the colors show up.
You are right that the Hatchback Sport's side skirts come in one piece, but they are snapped assembled with 2 pcs for obvious reason in painting. The painted part is an upper half portion, and the gloss black part is the bottom half.

I'm not sure whether or not the hatchback's side skirts fit the sedan though. Both regular hatchback and sedan have different part numbers on side skirts.

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You are right that the Hatchback Sport's side skirts come in one piece, but they are snapped assembled with 2 pcs for obvious reason in painting. The painted part is an upper half portion, and the gloss black part is the bottom half.

I'm not sure whether or not the hatchback's side skirts fit the sedan though. Both regular hatchback and sedan have different part numbers on side skirts.

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I know a couple guys who have swapped their skirts between the Si in HBS before with no fitment issues. The issue for me was that they did straight-up trades with another car, so they didn't have any part numbers to share. I'm leaning on buying the HBS skirts, but I need to find a nice front lip that compliments the look of the skirts before I buy them.
 
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I know a couple guys who have swapped their skirts between the Si in HBS before with no fitment issues. The issue for me was that they did straight-up trades with another car, so they didn't have any part numbers to share. I'm leaning on buying the HBS skirts, but I need to find a nice front lip that compliments the look of the skirts before I buy them.
Good to know that.

Bayson front lip is your answer, it's basically a mini FK8 style.

https://www.civicx.com/threads/direct-fit-si-front-lip-coming-out-soon.29005/

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That's the one I've been looking at, but it looks like the back edges curve downwards near the fender side on every picture I've seen, and that bugs the shit out of me.
I feel you, and you probably can go for the ikon motorsport fk8 style lip. I've got myself the HFP lip and sides on my sedan for sake of consistency, and now only if I could make something work on the rear bumper.

https://www.ikonmotorsports.com/fit...type-r-style-front-bumper-lip-unpainted.html#

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I feel you, and you probably can go for the ikon motorsport fk8 style lip. I've got myself the HFP lip and sides on my sedan for sake of consistency, and now only if I could make something work on the rear bumper.

https://www.ikonmotorsports.com/fit...type-r-style-front-bumper-lip-unpainted.html#

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I think I'm just gonna go with the Bayson R lip. It's a little more subtle- kinda like a HBS/CTR lip hybrid, which I like. I'll just have to be careful when I install it and possibly have to modify it a little bit to get the ends to align properly with the skirts.

I'm with you on the rear bumper part though. Not sure what could be done there. I wish I had an option to make my R400 exhaust look more at home back there.
 

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