check these out, and I hope you appreciate it!
Noooooo!!!LX98Civic said:It will be here tommorrow. The guys told me when I ordered and UPS tracking system said so as well
Just for you (UPS tracking )clique said:
Any nice pics like that for an EX?
I don't even have a tracking number yetLX98Civic said:
Date Time Location Activity
Mar 5, 2002 12:52 A.M. ORLANDO, FL, US OUT FOR DELIVERY
Mar 4, 2002 11:37 P.M. ORLANDO, FL, US ARRIVAL SCAN
8:26 P.M. JACKSONVILLE, FL, US DEPARTURE SCAN
6:02 P.M. JACKSONVILLE, FL, US LOCATION SCAN
10:04 A.M. JACKSONVILLE, FL, US ARRIVAL SCAN
3:59 A.M. COLUMBIA, SC, US DEPARTURE SCAN
Mar 2, 2002 12:41 A.M. COLUMBIA, SC, US ARRIVAL SCAN
Mar 1, 2002 8:35 P.M. WINSTON SALEM-SOUTH, NC, US DEPARTURE SCAN
7:30 P.M. WINSTON SALEM-SOUTH, NC, US ORIGIN SCAN
5:17 P.M. US BILLING INFORMATION RECEIVED [/B]
Guess what????clique said:
I don't even have a tracking number yet
Haha good luck manLX98Civic said:
ITS HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 1:30pm plenty of time to get it in now
To the best of my knowledge, I think newer Preludes are the only Hondas that require cutting/any other modification to the body of the car. I could be wrong, though, and I probably amBryan99cvc said:I always thought that in the DX and LX you had to cut through the paneling, mainly because neither of these cars come stock with a resonator and that is the normal hole that the AEM CAI goes through. Is this wrong?
Not true...If you have the correct intake for a 2000 Civic DX, you do not have to cut...Its the same as the pictures of the BLUE AEM at the top of this post.CiViC2000 said:yeah you will definately be cutting if you have a civ. dx. on the lx, you shouldnt. right where the tube goes down into the fender. i had to to it with a dremel rotary tool when i did my ram air setup. good luck if you have to cut.
How do I do that? $hit, no one mentioned thisRichyRichaPC said:did you remember to reset your ecu? it helps a lot!