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It's time for our annual Summer Sale! We're going to be offering 20% off products throughout the month of August starting today, August 1st.


Week One - 20% OFF Civic Sedan and Civic Coupe Door Sill Garnish


All door sills are 20% off starting this week through the end of August.


2006-2011 Honda Civic Coupes:
Door Sill Garnish - 2006-2011 Honda Civic - Yospeed


2006-2011 Honda Civic Sedans:
Door Sill Garnish - 2006-2011 Honda Civic Sedan - Yospeed


2012+ Honda Civic Coupes:
Door Sill Garnish - 2012-2017 Honda Civic - Yospeed


2012+ Honda Civic Sedans:
Door Sill Garnish - 2012-2017 Honda Civic Sedan - Yospeed














Week Two - 8/6/2012


Week Two's sale will be announced at the beginning of next week on Monday morning.


Every following week's sale will include any deals from the prior week, so if you don't get a chance to purchase door sills during week one, you will have until the end of August to do so!
 

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Too bad I've shot my mod budget to sh*t. Oh well...
 

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nice.. should have it with Red. To match the interior of the car!!

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Think they would look good on our CBP coupes?
No offence to Yospeed, but they still are pricey...
I feel like the sills would vanish on the cbp unless we paint the lines with red. Someone on here did that and it looked great. I agree the stuff is pricy, but I like that it isn't mass produced junk from China. I hear the fitment is better than any of the ebay sills. The downside in my mind is that the sills are not wide enough to prevent damage to the area.
 

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I feel like the sills would vanish on the cbp unless we paint the lines with red. Someone on here did that and it looked great. I agree the stuff is pricy, but I like that it isn't mass produced junk from China. I hear the fitment is better than any of the ebay sills. The downside in my mind is that the sills are not wide enough to prevent damage to the area.
Yeh, and all that exposed paint worries me :(
 

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No offence to Yospeed, but they still are pricey...
None taken! Like Skrub said, I could probably offer them cheaper if I had a bunch of Chinese slave laborers making them, but those don't exist in America. I try to make them as affordable as possible without losing money, but advertising with AutoGuide isn't cheap and neither is 6061-T651 billet aluminum.

I feel like the sills would vanish on the cbp unless we paint the lines with red. Someone on here did that and it looked great. I agree the stuff is pricy, but I like that it isn't mass produced junk from China. I hear the fitment is better than any of the ebay sills. The downside in my mind is that the sills are not wide enough to prevent damage to the area.
I get what you mean about my sills not covering the lip/step area, but that's a limitation of the material and machining technology available to me. Us small shops have to pick and choose our battles and I lost out on that one. Sheet metal or plastic sills definitely have the upper hand there.
 

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None taken! Like Skrub said, I could probably offer them cheaper if I had a bunch of Chinese slave laborers making them, but those don't exist in America. I try to make them as affordable as possible without losing money, but advertising with AutoGuide isn't cheap and neither is 6061-T651 billet aluminum.



I get what you mean about my sills not covering the lip/step area, but that's a limitation of the material and machining technology available to me. Us small shops have to pick and choose our battles and I lost out on that one. Sheet metal or plastic sills definitely have the upper hand there.
I know you work in aluminum, but I'm hoping someone can do carbon fiber sills eventually.
 

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None taken! Like Skrub said, I could probably offer them cheaper if I had a bunch of Chinese slave laborers making them, but those don't exist in America. I try to make them as affordable as possible without losing money, but advertising with AutoGuide isn't cheap and neither is 6061-T651 billet aluminum.



I get what you mean about my sills not covering the lip/step area, but that's a limitation of the material and machining technology available to me. Us small shops have to pick and choose our battles and I lost out on that one. Sheet metal or plastic sills definitely have the upper hand there.
Irregardless, they are very nice and clearly of the best quality i have ever seen. I certainly am considering it :)
 

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