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Hi all. I'm new-ish to the forum and have been trying to figure out what CBP stands for concerning the Honda Civic. Can anyone tell me what this means? All I've been able to find on it when I do a Google search is California Border Patrol LOL.
Any help would be rad. I also noted somewhere in my searches other designations for the 9th generation Civic. If it helps I own a '12 LX coupe with the R18Z engine. That's about as much as I've figured out.

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Hi all. I'm new-ish to the forum and have been trying to figure out what CBP stands for concerning the Honda Civic. Can anyone tell me what this means? All I've been able to find on it when I do a Google search is California Border Patrol LOL.
Any help would be rad. I also noted somewhere in my searches other designations for the 9th generation Civic. If it helps I own a '12 LX coupe with the R18Z engine. That's about as much as I've figured out.

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CBP=crystal black pearl
Here are the colors thread
http://www.9thgencivic.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2922

Yu have a FG3 because you have a civic coupe r18

http://www.9thgencivic.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5387 join the club lol

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Terminology & Common Acronyms

Engine
K20Z3: Engine code for the 8th Generation Honda Civic Si 2006+
K20Z2:
Engine code for the 8th Generation CSX 2006+
K24Z7:
Engine code for the 9th Generation Honda Civic Si 2012+
R18Z1:
Engine code for the 9th Generation Civic (non-si models USA) 1.8L 2012+
LEA2:
Engine code for the 9th generation civic hybrid 1.5L 2012+
K20A2:
Engine code for the JDM Civic Type-R 2006+
R18:
Engine code for most other models 2006+
R18a1:
Engine Code for 2006+ Civic (non-si models - USA)
R16:
Engine code for some Egyptian/Singaporean models 2006+

9th Generation Civic Paint Codes (2012+ Civic)
ASM:
Alabaster Silver Metallic
CBP:
Crystal Black Pearl
CP:
Crimson Pearl
CMM:
Cool Mist Metallic
DBP:
Dyno Blue Pearl
GOM:
Green Opal Metallic
KCM:
Kona Coffee Metallic
PMM:
Polished Metal Metallic
RR:
Rallye Red
SOP:
Sunburst Orange Pearl
TW:
Taffeta White
UTM:
Urban Titanium Metallic
WOP:
White Orchid Pearl

9th Generation Civic Frame Codes (2012+ Civic)
FB2:
Civic Sedan
FB6:
Civic SI Sedan
FG3:
Civic Coupe
FG4:
Civic SI Coupe
FB4:
Civic Hybrid

Emission Codes

KA -
49 State Emissions
KL -
California Emissions
KH -
High Altitude Emissions

General Car Terms (As they apply to Honda)

Acura:
Honda's premium line of cars (similar to Cadillac for GM)
A/F:
Air to fuel ratio, or can stand for air/fuel ratio sensor
BOV:
Blow Off Valve
CAI:
Cold Air Intake
CEL:
Check Engine Light
CDM:
Canadian Domestic Market (may be different than US and Japanese models)
CF:
Carbon Fiber, a woven material common in racing because of low weight and strength

CMC: Clutch Master Cylinder
Coilover:
Suspension part, consisting of shock and spring together.
Coupe:
Two-door body style (as opposed to sedan that has four)
CSX:
The Acura “big sister” version of the Civic
ECU:
Engine Control Unit
IMA:
Integrated Motor Assist (Civic Hybrid)
DBW:
Drive By Wire
DOHC:
Double Overhead Cams (SI models)
DRL:
Daytime Running Lights
DX:
The base level trim line for Civic, can also be DXG, etc
EG:
1992-1995 Honda Civic
EK:
1996-2000 Honda Civic
EX:
The upper luxury level trim line for Civic, can be EXL for leather
FD2:
JDM Civic Sedan Type-R
FI:
Forced Induction (turbo, supercharger)
HID:
High intensity discharge headlights, extremely bright
HFP:
Honda Factory Performance
HG:
Head gasket
Ground Effects:
The lip kit around the bottom of the car.
IAC:
Idle Air Control
IACV:
Idle Air Control Valve
IMG:
Intake manifold gasket
JDM:
Japanese Domestic Market (may be different than Canadian and US models)
LED:
Light Emitting Diode, light bulbs that draw very little power
LX:
The mid-level trim line for Civic
MT:
Manual Transmission
MTF:
Manual Transmission Fluid
Mugen:
A brand of performance products/upgrades made for Honda
NOS:
Nitrous Oxide System
NA:
Naturally Aspirated (sometimes seen as N/A)
OEM:
Original Equipment Manufacture, meaning parts made by Honda
R18:
The base engine for the 2006+ Civic (140hp)
RBC:
Intake manifold from Accord Euro-R and US 06-11 Civic Si. All metal rather than our plastic one.
RRC: "The refined RBC" it is a more expensive version of the RBC intake manifold with slightly better gains at a much higher price.

RH:
Race header
SAE:
Society of Automotive Engineers (set of standards most mechanics follow)
SC:
Super Charger
Sedan:
Four-door body style (opposed to coupe that has two doors)
SOHC:
Single Overhead Cam (non SI models)
SRI:
Short Ram Intake
SI:
Sport Injected - The performance-oriented trim level Civic
Spoiler:
A piece of body trim used to direct airflow. Usually the "lip" or "wing" on the back of the trunk, they can also be on the bottom of the car.
Spoon:
A brand of performance products/upgrades made for Honda.
SS:
Short Shifter
TBS:
Throttle Body Spacer
TC:
Turbo Charger; boosted and blown/blower
USDM:
United States Domestic Market (may be different than Canadian and Japanese models)
VSA:
Vehicle Stability Assist
VTCA:
Variable Timing Control Actuator
VTEC:
Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control
WHP:
Wheel Horse Power
WOT:
Wide-Open Throttle
WTQ:
Wheel Torque

Emotions/Expressions/Water Cooler
DD -
Daily Driver
DIY -
Do It Yourself
DWMFT (DWMT) -
Don't Waste My F*ing Time
FTL -
For the Loss
FTMFW -
For the Mother F*ing Win
FTW -
For the Win
FYI -
For Your Information
IMO/IMHO -
In My Opinion/In My Honest (Humble) Opinion
IIRC –
If I Remember Correctly
J/K –
Just Kidding
LMAO –
Laughing My Azz Off
LOL –
Laugh Out Loud
LTNS -
Long Time No See
Modulator -
The individuals whom organize, keep the peace, and help folx on this forum..start showing your azz and immaturity, and a modulator will demonstrate to you what a 'BAN' is all about
N/A –
Not Applicable
NSFW -
Not Safe For Work
NWS –
Not Work Safe
OMG –
Oh My God
One Owner (1 owner) -
A sled with a prior history of being owned by only one individual. A good question to ask sales person when shopping for a vehicle,"is that sumbitch a one owner?"
OP -
Original Poster (individual starting the thread)
OTOH -
On the Other Hand
PDR -
Paintless Dent
Removal
POS -
Piece of S*it
QFT –
Quoted for Truth
RICE -
Race Inspired Cosmetic Enhancements
ROFL -
Rolling on The Floor Laughing
ROFF -
Rolling on Floor Farting
ROTM -
Ride of the Month
ROTY -
Ride of the Year
RTFM –
Read the F*ing Manual
SMH –
Shaking My Head or Smacking My Head
SLED -
Car, vehicle; the damn thing on which you spend all your hard earned money!
SWMBO -
She Who Must Be Obeyed
TTIWWP -
This Thread is Worthless Without Pics
TTT -
To The Top; Bumping a Thread
WTF -
What the F*ck
WOOT –
We Own the Other Team (a term of great excitement)
 

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Well alienprime just used HELLA and told scione to look it up so i came here... but nothing...very disappointed... digger can you please update. Thanks.

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Thanks for starting this Digger. I had the idea a long time ago when I was a noob to the forum. It's incredible how many I have had to learn. Wish this was available when I first joined. This should be stickied. I remember that I was wondering what "bump" meant. NOOOOOOB!!!!!!! :uhh:

To add: DIY WTF ROTM
 

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Thanks for this :)

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Thanks for starting this Digger. I had the idea a long time ago when I was a noob to the forum. It's incredible how many I have had to learn. Wish this was available when I first joined. This should be stickied. I remember that I was wondering what "bump" meant. NOOOOOOB!!!!!!! :uhh:

To add: DIY WTF ROTM
Thanks Paul-i was lost also!!! All the k69.532's, and such, confusing for me.
I planted link in my sig, for my own quick reference!
Added ROTM.
DIY and WTF already there
 
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