I wanted to know what's a correct or proper way pressing the clutch? I've been driven manual for a 2 week (new to standard) and while I was learning I have my heel on the mat then use my ankle. I notice my aunt bf does it different.. his heel is not touching the floor but using his whole leg...
Still new to detailing. After hearing the many benefits from microfiber towels, I went out and bought some (and used 1 to clean up a spot).
After moving them around, I noticed the packaging has a horrifying health warning. Here's what I got:
Brand: Detailer's Choice
I've read about how to launch a car on the street and at the track, and everyone says to hold it at about 2500, then slowly release the cluth while rolling on the throttle. That works generally for me but i wanted to know if there are any better or more specific tips for the Si. Anyone?
No plans to mod this car at all. Mayyyyyybe a flashpro when it comes out but for right now the power is more than enough. Just going to enjoy the car as is and it's definitely going to be a better commute than with the 1.8 Auto sentra...
Did some research, apparently theres a few claims that there is a rear camber kit available for the 2012 SI? Such as 2012 Honda Civic Camber Kit
Just wondering if there is any info on this? I haven't found anything else, and I do plan on dropping my car sooner or later, stock height is not for me
I bought my 2012 Civic Coupe in June and in the past few weeks I have noticed that the AIR is not cooling at all after the car has sat in the sun for an extended period of time. Mind you, I live in Las Vegas where this is definitely a serious issue and the problem was apparent in San Diego...
my friend is teaching me how to drive stick and my parents are planning on buying me a civic soon since my little brother needs a car for college. my question is, how easy is it to learn stick and once i master / get the flow of things, should i get an SI?
Do you guys go buy it or not?
In the owners manual it states to atleast go 600 miles without driving it hard. In other words, no:pinkvtec::pinkvtec::pinkvtec::pinkvtec:
I've heard people say this is bs and I've also heard people who stand by this. Just curious as to what you guys think.