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

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    Continued from first What did you do to your Civic today? thread. New thread started to save give everyone a faster load.

    As title suggests, this thread will be for CivicX owners to post about what they did to their car today. It can be anything, big or small - milestones, car wash, servicing, fixes, modifications, add-ons, etc.

    Share and it might inspire some ideas for others to do on their Civics too.

    So, what did you do to your 2016+ Civic today?

    GO!
     
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    Added OPT7 Footwell Lights, Trunk Cargo Net, and Seat Covers

    Seat Covers do not fit perfect in the back due to our headrests not being removable.

    Trunk Cargo net has a terrible way of mounting, so I replaced their screws with Wall Anchors in the spots in circled in photo. I had to drill a hole in the bottom of carpet and body in order to mount Trunk Net at the bottom.

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    I had a deer run into the side of my car this morning. I was able to come to a complete stop, but the deer decided it was going to keep running and it hit the front drivers side fender. I was able to pop the dent out, but you can see a slight ripple in the fender..... I think i'm just going to call it a day!
     
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    Ughh, that stinks...could have been worse though....Happened to me years ago...cost about $5k to fix
     
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    Window Trim Wrap
    No more chrome
     
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    any difference with the PRL intake stage 1 tube?
     
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    Looks good. With what did you wrap it?
     
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    I got new shoes for my car and lowering springs, will be taking photos this weekend and will post them up...
     
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    I got my friend to wrap with the 3m wrap
     
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    Damn that sucks! Would be interested in seeing some pics.

    I got some dents popped out this past Tuesday, one that was a tap and go and the other 2 on the hood that I have no idea where they came from. Car looks brand new.
     
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    Rust-Oleum peel coated my emblems today. IMG_2284.JPG
     
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    Replaced the cloth arm rests with the leather ones. So easy to swap them out.
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    Luckily I came to a complete stop before it hit me... not too bad, but still sucks

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    Replaced the sidemarker LEDs that came with my iJDMToy kit. They were overly bright at night, with some people even complaining that it's blinding them when I'm passing (lol). So I replaced them with the JDM ASTAR LEDs that I had used for my interior dome lights. It's not annoyingly bright, and it matches my headlight LEDs perfectly! I was not a fan of the blue tint compared to my DRLs

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    Changed out my shift knob in my si. The shifting distance is shorter and the knob sits lower than the OEM. Weighs about 635 grams and it's very heavy! It made my shifts feel a world difference and so much better

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