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

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Replaced the stock rear diffuser/lip with a type R replica. Going to get my exhaust center mounted next month. Really makes the rear more aggressive

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Thats pretty awesome. Happen to have a link of where to get it?
 

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Dropped off Grey Hatch for a few things.

- Annual Inspection (now I can finally drive it legally)
- Oil Change
- Type-R Subframe Brace
- Whiteline Rear Motor Mount Insert
- Whiteline Front Lower Control Arm Inserts
- Tightening the rear endlinks, most likely double nut to lock them as I did with the White Hatch

So I'm having a bit of a dilemma. I've been waiting on an Ingen Intercooler for just about a full year now. I have the sweet looking red charge pipes sitting in the closet just collecting dust.

My Grey car has a PRL pipe/cooler set on it. Would I be crazy to take that kit off Grey, put it on White (which has PRL FP/DP), and while I'm in there with Grey do the Ingen charge pipes and stock cooler while I wait? I saw a thread where a guy had ingen pipes and an ingen intake and it looked sweeeet in the engine bay. If I do that, I'll have an extra 27Won intake to sell.

Do you guys prefer a one brand build or mix and match like I have done?

and finally, for a little visual interest, debadged and changed to a black H emblem

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I flushed the Prestone DOT3 brake fluid in the car with 3 liters of ATE Type 200 racing fluid. I used the Motive brake bleeder, but they come stock with Euro adapters. I had to get a honda adapter and swap out the stock adapter for the honda one. It worked perfectly, and I achieved a perfect seal right away. Even at relatively high PSI, the brake fluid took time to come out of the bleeders, but nothing too alarming.

My brake pedal still has a relatively soft first half-inch of travel. I don't remember if that was present when I had the stock brakes, but I think I might have to bleed the ABS module to get rid of it, which is a mystery on the 10th gens. Overall, the brakes feel fantastic.

Later that night, I took the car out, and a drunk middle-aged man in a ford explorer rear-ended me at a stoplight. He could barely walk and kept telling me he would pay for it but wouldn't hand over license or insurance. He took off after I called the cops. Anyway, I'm happy it's just my bumper, but it's looking like a pricey repair after looking up the prices of a painted bumper. The police report is in today. Hopefully, this doesn't take forever to sort out.

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Not an earth-shattering mod, but installed these Sylvania Silverstar 7440AST bulbs to remove the egg-yolk effect on the headlights. Don't mind the dirty car. Hopefully these bulbs don't fade. With the Zevo LED, helps clean up the look.

Now to have a 3rd gen Insight owner have a close-up picture of their third brake light to see if it fits in the Civic (fun fact: the Insight and Civic have the same part number for the rear deck panel: 84505-TBA-A21ZA)
 

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Took the 180 mile trip to Moonshine Store for a moon burger! Car gets kinda dirty on the gravel roads.

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Living in Florida for 8 years I don’t know if I can drive in snow anymore by the way I like the song Sasquatch by camel
 


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I flushed the Prestone DOT3 brake fluid in the car with 3 liters of ATE Type 200 racing fluid. I used the Motive brake bleeder, but they come stock with Euro adapters. I had to get a honda adapter and swap out the stock adapter for the honda one. It worked perfectly, and I achieved a perfect seal right away. Even at relatively high PSI, the brake fluid took time to come out of the bleeders, but nothing too alarming.

My brake pedal still has a relatively soft first half-inch of travel. I don't remember if that was present when I had the stock brakes, but I think I might have to bleed the ABS module to get rid of it, which is a mystery on the 10th gens. Overall, the brakes feel fantastic.

Later that night, I took the car out, and a drunk middle-aged man in a ford explorer rear-ended me at a stoplight. He could barely walk and kept telling me he would pay for it but wouldn't hand over license or insurance. He took off after I called the cops. Anyway, I'm happy it's just my bumper, but it's looking like a pricey repair after looking up the prices of a painted bumper. The police report is in today. Hopefully, this doesn't take forever to sort out.

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Hope you got a photo of the drunk's car and license plate.
 

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What lights are those between the bumper/lip? Those look sick
Those are the Blitz Aero R-Speed Concept Front FK7 Lip; however, I think the two in the picture are actually the cheaper replicas which still looks good imo. I wanted to get either the original Blitz lip or the Blitz replicas at one point.
 

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Did a touchless wash and bought some new goodies! New front lip which I will actually use my splitter rods with this time, "Universal" rear diffusers that look similarly to what the Mugen hatchback comes with, some canards to go with my new lip and some other stuff. Also debating on what rear bumper lights to go with this time to replace my current ones. The left side is going out so I'm going to replace them. Any suggestions? I like the iJDM-Toy brand ones except for the fact they don't have turn signal indicators.
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