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I know CVT stands for Continuously Variable Transmission (automatic)

Edit: bust Googled it and found this.....
.Leonardo da Vinci, in 1490, conceptualized a stepless continuously variable transmission.[SUP][8][/SUP] The first patent for a friction-based belt CVT was filed in Europe by Daimler and Benz in 1886, and a US Patent for a toroidal CVT was granted in 1935.[SUP][9][/SUP] [SUP][10]
[/SUP]Sorry, Not helpful to you, but interesting.
 

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This article should be renamed "The Acronym Bible for Civic Owners"

lol great article... useful info.
 

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Truck? What truck?!
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:yoda: - Approve this thread I do. Made it skicky I did.
I've been meaning to ask about that. Why don't stickies appear at the top of the New Posts when you go there? They seem to be scattered about, and sometimes not even there, such as this one hasn't been in my New Post refreshes for days.
 

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They stick to the top of the forum, not new posts.
 

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Okay, gotcha. tyvm.
 

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I hate to ask...but what is an RBC?:pat:
 

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OK, looked through this entire thread and here is one for ya'll - "HPT"? When I go to outside Honda web vendors, like College Hills Honda, they give me a pull down menu to choose from and there are three options for each Si (2 door and 4 door); Si non-nav; Si Nav; and Si Nav/HPT. What does HPT stand for?
 

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OK, looked through this entire thread and here is one for ya'll - "HPT"? When I go to outside Honda web vendors, like College Hills Honda, they give me a pull down menu to choose from and there are three options for each Si (2 door and 4 door); Si non-nav; Si Nav; and Si Nav/HPT. What does HPT stand for?
High performance tire


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