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

  1. jacobegg

    jacobegg Senior Member

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    Sorry to keep answering someone else’s question on this lol. But my car didn’t come with it and I installed it later. Harness and charging pad cost me about $250 from a Honda dealer here in town. Install took me about 5 hours. But I made the mistake of parking outside in direct sunlight in the middle of summer. So I was constantly going inside for some AC. It was very easy about wouldn’t take me 5 hours again now that I know to park in shade. You have to take apart the center console.

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    This looks sick! You have all the mods I want on my sport sedan. Too bad I’m a broke 18 year old... going to have to wait until funds come in lol.
     
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    Haha thanks! I'm a broke 18 year old too lol.
     
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    First wash of the year :)

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    On a side note, has anyone figured out how to keep these areas clean, or is that just something we have to live with due to the large panel gaps? Seems like the rubber seals for those areas don't work very well...
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    yhkwok Senior Member

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    Hopefully my weather will be nice enough tomorrow, my poor FK7 haven't been washed since November (it stayed in the garage while I was gone the whole month of December)

    I guess rubber seals would help, if not just include those area in the wash, with patience I think it's possible to keep the interior dry still.
     
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    They are a pain, but I give them a wipe down every wash to get the dirt off. Just takes a minute or two. Wax them when you can. Putting more gaskets where they should't be could cause you more problems.
     
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    Nice! :wave: Questions:

    1. No stud trimming? Which brand of spacers?

    2. R u lowered? If so, on what?

    Thank you!
     
  8. _HatchED_

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    No stud trimming. They all fit up perfectly. Got them off Amazon.

    On Megan springs temporarily until I decide which better quality springs or coilovers I want.
     
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    Threw on some red badges while I wait on my black carbon badges from Aero Spec. Also charging up the DSLR and hoping to get some decent shots tomorrow instead of phone pics.

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    Install OEM yellow fog lights 2019 Type R

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    Looks good man! Where did you get them if you don’t mind me asking
     
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    I got it on eBay from JDM_enjoy_shopping. He gets it straight from Honda dealer in Japan and ships it directly to your house. I’ve been dealing with him since I got Type R back in September 2019. Highly recommend. It took 6 days, well packed

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    Got my catted PRL dp/fp installed
    Very happy with the results

    Edit: If you zoom in you can see a nail I discovered in my tire today lol.

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    #12194 Flavio SG, Jan 18, 2020
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    Put some metalic covers for the speakers; bought them on Aliexpress.
    I'll change the tweeters soon, they are fugly

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  15. aflores

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    #12195 aflores, Jan 18, 2020
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    IMG_2236.jpg IMG_2235.jpg IMG_2242.jpg IMG_2241.jpg IMG_2238.jpg Purchased a Type-R replica rear diffuser for my LX Hatch. Took me about 4 hours to install, overall the fit was pretty good. There are some areas that do not line up 100% but you can only see them if you are super close and you look for it. However this specific one I bought did not have the same amount of holes as the stock diffuser, and the holes attached to the car do not line up at all...I will just ziptie it as best as I can. Next up will be to have a center exhaust by going to a shop sometime.
     
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