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

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Which bulbs did you get ? Im on the market looking for a set.
I just got some from amazon. Pretty cheap and they look waaaaay better than the halogen. Easiest and cheapest way to make the car look way better. The headlights are the top one and the fogs are the second. All of them cost about $100 total.

https://www.amazon.com/SEALIGHT-900...1&keywords=sealight+led&qid=1610486148&sr=8-6

https://www.amazon.com/Alla-Lightin...words=yellow+fog+lights&qid=1610486276&sr=8-5





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Had to buy an impact wrench just for 1 nut, but finally got the RV6 downpipe installed. Also replaced 3 of the 4 studs with the rampage titanium ones (couldn't remove one of the old studs)

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Then installed the ABS Dynamics front lip

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Next project is going to be how to mount a DIY CVT cooler

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Can you do a thread for the diy cvt cooler?
 

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I just got some from amazon. Pretty cheap and they look waaaaay better than the halogen. Easiest and cheapest way to make the car look way better. The headlights are the top one and the fogs are the second. All of them cost about $100 total.

https://www.amazon.com/SEALIGHT-900...1&keywords=sealight+led&qid=1610486148&sr=8-6

https://www.amazon.com/Alla-Lightin...words=yellow+fog+lights&qid=1610486276&sr=8-5
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That's funny; I did exactly the same ones. I still need to put the fogs in - did you go through the wheel well or pull the bumper garnish?
 

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I just got some from amazon. Pretty cheap and they look waaaaay better than the halogen. Easiest and cheapest way to make the car look way better. The headlights are the top one and the fogs are the second. All of them cost about $100 total.

https://www.amazon.com/SEALIGHT-900...1&keywords=sealight+led&qid=1610486148&sr=8-6

https://www.amazon.com/Alla-Lightin...words=yellow+fog+lights&qid=1610486276&sr=8-5
That's funny; I did exactly the same ones. I still need to put the fogs in - did you go through the wheel well or pull the bumper garnish?
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They're good lights!

I just went thru the access hole in the engine cover in front of the wheel.. But honestly I suggest going thru the wheel well depending on how big your arms are because it was a pain. The angle from the wheel well makes it way easier.
 

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That's funny; I did exactly the same ones. I still need to put the fogs in - did you go through the wheel well or pull the bumper garnish?
They're good lights!

I just went thru the access hole in the engine cover in front of the wheel.. But honestly I suggest going thru the wheel well depending on how big your arms are because it was a pain. The angle from the wheel well makes it way easier.
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I saw someone pull off the plastic parts on the bumper and get through that way
 

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They're good lights!

I just went thru the access hole in the engine cover in front of the wheel.. But honestly I suggest going thru the wheel well depending on how big your arms are because it was a pain. The angle from the wheel well makes it way easier.
I saw someone pull off the plastic parts on the bumper and get through that way
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Ya I'm sure that's even better. I'm just always worried about scratching my paint or breaking the clips when I remove those vents.
 
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This is how I did my fogs, by following this guy's video. It's pretty easy this way.

That’s the correct (service manual) way of doing it. Very simple.
 

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