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#1\2014-10-21 08:23

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well the last one went so well decided id try again..

so here we go

the day she got towed home and sittin beside my girls coupe !













So let me tell you what this is.

its a 1999 Honda Civic SE Fully stock never touched !!


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i was told it had a bad brake line well....

well lets just say 4 feet of the rear lines were shot...

Then it was time to get the Domani parts out and start making them White to match the body


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Sawped the girls coupe to a EL Front...




Then started one mine










When i finnaly got my EL hood for mine





i made city lights work on the domani lamps, Never had them before so kinda awesome



Accord Rear bumper lights added to the civic


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Painted my charge speed lip white


Testing a color i wana do my bay on the rad support


Wire tucked the headlight harness



then painted my side skirt to match the car.


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My Gauge cluster




Cluster Bezel


Door panels




Converting my 99 civic tails to 98 style


Repairing all my brake lines



Painted my mirrors white and made them heated and power


And Nardi she shall be back in the civic again


This post was edited by Christopher Jason (2014-10-21 09:02, 3 years ago)
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#2\2014-10-21 09:05

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Nice stuff, how's called the cyan you used for the engine bay bar?

Also, could you upload 1280x*** pics the next time? it took 3 mins to load the 8mpx ones lol.
Diegorborges about my Valo fix: Now all of you must have your slrr folder like this: C:/BIGBOSSisMYlordANDiamHISbitch/SLRR LOL :O

#3\2014-10-21 09:09

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My Relocation wire for the battery


climate control panel


the rear all loomed and heat shinked


heat shinked cable


interior light switch trunk pop, Fog


dash all together and painted


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color is bight teal metallic
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#4\2014-10-21 10:53

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brooooooooooooo the pics were killer.


Y U NO RESIZE THAT SHIT
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#5\2014-10-25 15:12

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Some rust kicked in, yo!

Would not mind having a car capable of 9k revolutions from factory, but it's just the inside, that keeps me away from them. Not hating mate. Funny car's tho, had driven couple of them, including high powered wheel-peelers. Keep us updated, how's it going for it! Always nice to see something new in this section.
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yea the interior always killed me too. great daily drivers tho ! mileage they get is nuts ! but front wheel drive :S torque steer is the shittiest feeling you can have in a car
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i likw my interior with my color lol, rust is nothing i have panels to fix that...

civics are just funn
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#8\2014-10-28 15:27

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FWD is not that bad, of course, all the fun in wet or snow is pretty much spoiled leaving you only with some handbrake turns or counter-wigles. I have B7 2.5TDI, as for chipped diesel, mpg is pretty good. It does hop, if you floor ir every time you stop, just can't resist it sometimes. (Diesel, I know, but Europe pretty much sucks in terms of fuel price, but hey, I am looking into 4.2 TFSI now! :D), sadly, non-quattro, gotta say, the torque steer is really something you have to be ready for, especially in summer with some sline 18'' wheels and 30 degrees celsius :D