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Did the "Jdm" Hood prop mod. Not bad for cheap, also did the sirimoto baysaver kit. Replaces some of the clips I lost/broke, and helps tidy up the bay.
I just did the sirimoto baysaver kit this past week also. Really like this mod. What color did you end up going with?
 

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I just did the sirimoto baysaver kit this past week also. Really like this mod. What color did you end up going with?
Black. Silver car so the black contrasts nicely. Also ordered the password jdm intake over the weekend. Black friday had it like $200 off.
 

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Got a custom intake made and installed, installed a FullRace catback, and got the car retuned today. Gained 14whp/6wtq........ now pushing 366whp/296wtq.
 

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Black. Silver car so the black contrasts nicely. Also ordered the password jdm intake over the weekend. Black friday had it like $200 off.
****! I forget to check them out on black friday. I went over to Acuity's site instead and got some things.
 

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Pro Civic sells these things now. Pretty nice.
 

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Put on the Acuity throttle pedal spacer, Sirimoto door sills, ripped off the PW:JDM gurney flap, bought an eraser wheel and redid the flap with 3M tape. Oh and bought Truhart shocks/sturts. Gonna buy their springs soon'ish. Probably next month.
 

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Pro Civic sells these things now. Pretty nice.
Just received mine this weekend........... going to be installing them this week. How do you like them? Any troubles with them sticking?
 

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Just received mine this weekend........... going to be installing them this week. How do you like them? Any troubles with them sticking?
No issues. I used a heat gun to warm the area since it was like 40 something degrees. Used it again as I pressed it firmly on. Should have used a measuring tape of something to help line it up but I just eyeballed it lol.
 

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View attachment 490897 Sirimoto short shifter bushing. Also cleaned out the shifter grease, and added new grease, really crispy now. I've always like the height and position of the stock shifter so 10/10 mod.
View attachment 490897 Sirimoto short shifter bushing. Also cleaned out the shifter grease, and added new grease, really crispy now. I've always like the height and position of the stock shifter so 10/10 mod.
I was surprised at how much difference that thing makes.
 

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The black lug nuts I bought from one of the FB civic groups finally came in today and slapped them on. I wonder why honda didn't put them on there out of the factory.
 

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The black lug nuts I bought from one of the FB civic groups finally came in today and slapped them on. I wonder why honda didn't put them on there out of the factory.
I've got black open-end lugs on mine, and love the look.


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Spent some Christmas money and ordered a Takeda Momentum intake. TBS + hps tube + k&n drop-in for sale posting coming up soon.


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Went to Honda and bought some coolant since I got Acuity hoses to toss on. Now I'm wondering why I didn't just a buy a thermostat while I was there.
 

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Installed the Takeda Momentum intake yesterday. Not flashed yet, so not too much performance improvement. I am enjoying the better throttle response and sound.



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how was the install and how do they look? rbc or stock mani?
Looks good. install wasn't that bad. It's just a PITA where the stock clamps are at. Gonna take to a shop because it starts smoking from the rad. Using one of those spill proof filler things with an extenstion, I didn't need to use and no idea why I even used it, fell over and spilled coolant everywhere. Looked at the temp gauge from Torque app and it said 220 something. Soooo probably gonna be dropping some coin on a Koyo or another stock rad in the future.
 

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Looks good. install wasn't that bad. It's just a PITA where the stock clamps are at. Gonna take to a shop because it starts smoking from the rad. Using one of those spill proof filler things with an extenstion, I didn't need to use and no idea why I even used it, fell over and spilled coolant everywhere. Looked at the temp gauge from Torque app and it said 220 something. Soooo probably gonna be dropping some coin on a Koyo or another stock rad in the future.
Sounds like you just need to bleed the system properly. Those spill proof funnels work great for that. Make sure all of the air is out of the system and check again. Really no need for an upgraded radiator on the street.

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