Hey, I was wondering if I should purchase a 2006 Civic Si muffler for my 1996 Civic Ex. I already know that there aren't any performance upgrades, just sound. What I'm unsure of, is of it will bolt up with minor to zero problems. My current muffler has a leak and I think the Si muffler is a steal. What do you think?
The deal or the audible sound is great? haha, and unfortunately I don't think I'd be able to find a 99-00 muffler anytime soon. And if it's just minor modifications to get it to fit, is it worth it? Or should I just keep it stock? I'm not planning to have the car any longer than a year or two tops, but mufflers even stock I know are expensive, so I figured I'd splurge and enjoy a better exhaust note.
Okay, I was thinking, should I just go with a cheap muffler from ebay that should bolt right up? Like, an axle back? Has anybody ever got them? Are they worth it? My muffler is leaking, and I don't want stock. :b Thanks
im looking at an 85 hatchback with 198k and needs a clutch and pressure plate, parts included in price.. $450. it runs fine and has a few dents on the passenger side door, windshield is cracked badly but no other damage to my knowledge... any words of wisdom?
it has little rust from what i could tell, i saw it last night just after sunset. its a civic hatchback and it comes as is which includes the dewalt skil-saw in the front seat.. which is nice cuz i have a dewalt set already. ill try to get some pictures today or tomorrow
if it only has a little rust, just make sure its in a repairable spot. 85 hatch would be fun as hell to drive if it had something like a d16z6 swapped into it. mY brother had a fully stock 87 Si hatchback and that thing was peppy as fuck before he blew the motor (not changing oil enough lol)
theres a guy i know with a ls ready to go. you know b18 block and b16 head or vise versa, i always forget which way it is. i was under the impression that it was a 92 before i saw it but id like to do what i can with it. it has an ew1 1500, pre d series.
I picked up a 94 Civic EX for a good price, but ofcourse with a good price comes some work. Im going to work suspension first. Im putting in a new rack, and while im doing that im going to put on a master bushing set (lower right controle arm bushings are bad so i might as well do them all Energy Suspension Bushings) I also need to do brakes, and struts. I was just going to replace the struts, but was wondering if i should just do springs also. I am not going to race, and this is my daily driver, but i like to tinker, and I dont want to go OEM. I also dont want to lower.. What are your opinions on the four items below, and will they hinder me in future mods in any way, or a good start? Is that a good spring strut combo? or should i just stay with the OEM springs and those struts? I have read the reviews, and they all seem good. Looking for opinions on a street setup daily driver highway mostly.
TEIN S-Tech Springs
Hawk HPS Brake Pads
Power Slot Slotted Rotors
Skunk2 Sport Shocks / Struts
I have a 2012 Honda Civic LX 1.8. Has a new battery, alternator, and have replaced the ELD sensor. Nothing seems to work!!
the weird thing is the alternator will charge the battery when the headlights are on. I’m stuck And not sure what to do. I have an appointment with the honda dealer this...
Hi there, I have driven my 97 dx a couple hundred miles in all traffic conditions, attempting to get the obd monitors to turn on. The O2, cat and heater will not turn on. I have cold started the car with the AC and rear defroster on, I have had varying levels of gas in the tank from full to...
Yesterday i stumbled across the model name Civic RTSi. The only thing i know is that it had Real Time AWD, and that it was available for the 4th and 5th gen of the Civic. Does anyone have more info, like what engine it had and such? Thanks.
I have a 2004 Honda Civic DX 1.7 Liter manual.
I bought my car from a private party. It came with a new catalytic converter and both O2 sensors in a box. So I replaced the old ones with the new ones. Sense then my check engine light has been on.
When I plug in my OBD ll it gives me these...
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