Official TONIC YELLOW PEARL Civic Thread

  1. swah_fk7

    swah_fk7 Walking JDM Parts Catalog

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    Factory mugen tune? Sounds to me like you bought a car that already had ktuner/hondata and the dealer BSed you into believing that. The dead giveaway is that your car has no factory rev hang, like you claim, yet these cars all have identical rev hang. A ktuner/hondata has the option to completely remove the rev hang and the only thing slowing down the rpm dropping is the heavy factory dual mass flywheel.
     
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    Sounds like you're trying to justify your $40,000 Civic. Red H's have been used on non-R japanese market models since the gold ages, sit down buddy.
     
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    This is one of the best colors. Definitely an eye catcher.
     
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    if n i was to do it again i'd have a tuff time not getting a TYP SI. takes me back to my1975 chev monza 2+2 in yellow w/5.7L and 150hp. ez 10 second car...... to 60. oh did i say that was my first new car.

    post up more pics!
     
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    Here's a little teaser... call it a 2019.5 facelift

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    #66 maggs_10thgen, Sep 3, 2019
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    Are the 2020 parts already available?
     
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    Dealers can see them but they aren't available until late September/early October.
     
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    The little bit of color gives it some new flava. They definitely grew on me
     
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    I'm happy I snagged my 2019 when I did. Aside from the black wheels, I don't care for any of the cosmetic refresh. I also have ZERO interest in any of the Honda Sensing stuff. I also don't expect Tonic Yellow to return for 2020. Of course now, I need to be extra careful with my 2019 as I can't replace it if something happens to it. I plan to keep it for at least a decade.
     
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    I'm starting to come to this conclusion as well. Very happy w my 19 coupe. I would like to see the 20 in person though. Sometimes pics over the internet don't do justice
     
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