What did you do to your Civic today? (II)

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Brought my new wheels home, time to wash them and ceramic coat

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Installed Mishimoto FMIC + Vland LED headlights.. Oh and the 2020 updated fog garnishes.. Everything but my Hasport RMM!
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Today I washed my civic because it needed it terribly, and I waxed it. This was my first time waxing a car (This is my first car). As the sun went down condensation formed on my car which, with the lack of light that I was working with, made it look like more wax, so I was out there waaaaay longer than needed. Overall it was still nice

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I never thought I'd love a shift knob more then my spoon duracon. Time for a change and well worth it

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Also added some more acuity goods
Rocker arm, spring, short throw adapter and base bushings. Makes a pretty noticable difference if you don't want to spend the money on the fully adjustable shifter. Also got cable bushings which are going in tomorrow!
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The look is now complete. I’m done with cosmetic mods. I also got my ktuner and I’m in love with it. I don’t know why I took so long to get one. On to getting TSP and Phereable tunes.

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The look is now complete. I’m done with cosmetic mods. I also got my ktuner and I’m in love with it. I don’t know why I took so long to get one. On to getting TSP and Phereable tunes.

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Where / how did you do the red emblems for the wheel center caps ? They look dope !
 

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Not to troll, but with over 1100 pages on this thread, i began to notice how many posts are of people that washed their cars (or worse, LOOKED at them and snapped a pic!). I love mine and wash it at least once a week, but it's just something I do. Maybe someone should start the "I washed/waxed my car today" thread to keep this more about tweaks? I won't start the thread, but then I really would't watch it either.
 

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Got these in the mail just now, sadly it’s raining like hell where I’m at...wished I had a garage. :(

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Installed Mishimoto IC and charge pipes, added underglow, and replaced OEM foglights with some switchback LEDs. Busy weekend but had a lot of fun hanging with friends while installing these.

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Such a great idea to be able to switch the colour between the yellow and white fogs. How do you switch the fog lights between the 2 colors? Was it difficult to wire?

Also, could you provide link for the LED's you used?
 

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Such a great idea to be able to switch the colour between the yellow and white fogs. How do you switch the fog lights between the 2 colors? Was it difficult to wire?

Also, could you provide link for the LED's you used?
Its an On-Off-On again feature to switch the colors. Not difficult at all, all plug and play!

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Got my snow tire setup. 16" Blizzak WS90s on plain black steelies. Curious to see how much of a difference actual snow tires make. I've lived most of my life in upstate NY, and besides having an AWD SUV for one winter, I've managed to get around mostly OK with FWD cars on all-seasons (I've only driven this Civic in the snow a couple times, not even deep snow, but the factory Sport tires suuuuck in snow). But now I'm working on a steep hill and don't feel like clenching my butthole and being paranoid about sliding down the hill or struggling to get up it, every time I go to and from work. Lol.

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