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Old 3rd June 2008, 11:07   #316
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does installing scissor doors void warranty?
yes it does void the warranty for sure. but as arush said its a simple thingy but these indian car idiots who dont know anything will void it for sure. heck if you install sunroof from them itself they say warranty void too. whats the point paying them again ?
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I have heard that installing scissor door's on car,weakens the side fender and after sometime it starts giving alot problems in the alignment and the door does not close properly?as i have seen a friend of mine who has installed scissor door in esteem,his passesnger door does not lift up,he opens that 30degree and gets out of it ,rest the driverside door is too darn heavy to lift + the alignment is also not proper..i know this isn;t related to civic but not worth opening a new thrad for this query.
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@Ramie-Depends what kind of LSD's you install they are available from 10k to about 1lakh if i remember correctly.Recently got a Set installed on a friends Civic works like a dream absolutly no issue.
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Old 3rd June 2008, 15:08   #319
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Cool Honda Civic Mugen In MUmbai Auto Expo

I thought of Posting these pictures of pure "JAPANESE MUGEN HONDA CIVIC",
though even the media persons were not allowed to capture the engine pictures.I enjoyed sitting inside the car.The dash was standard as seen on Indian Civics,but it sported loads of carbon fiber and ultra light OZ powder coated alloys.
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If you're talking about the White Civic at the Autocar Performance Show in November, then it was not a "Japanese Mugen" Civic.

It was a standard Indian Civic with some after market parts fitted on it by the dealers Four Seasons.
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I have heard that installing scissor door's on car,weakens the side fender and after sometime it starts giving alot problems in the alignment and the door does not close properly?as i have seen a friend of mine who has installed scissor door in esteem,his passesnger door does not lift up,he opens that 30degree and gets out of it ,rest the driverside door is too darn heavy to lift + the alignment is also not proper..i know this isn;t related to civic but not worth opening a new thrad for this query.
We have to check the practicality of the doors. We should not regret after spending huge money in it.
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Old 3rd June 2008, 17:40   #322
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The White Civic on the first page did not impress me at all..............Civic has a sharp look at front and adding that big bumper spoils the overall theme of the car. And i have no comments about the rear mods(simply pathetic).
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I thought of Posting these pictures of pure "JAPANESE MUGEN HONDA CIVIC",
though even the media persons were not allowed to capture the engine pictures.I enjoyed sitting inside the car.The dash was standard as seen on Indian Civics,but it sported loads of carbon fiber and ultra light OZ powder coated alloys.
Mugen civic should have 57S by rays eh!..not OZ
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Hi,

Is that "Mugen 2" body kit available in Bangalore??? If so any idea about it's price ???
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In automatic civic is it advisable to modify the exhaust to bring the vrroom
as far as I know about automatic it also has sprt paddle shift where you can control the gears manually as well...
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In automatic civic is it advisable to modify the exhaust to bring the vrroom
as far as I know about automatic it also has sprt paddle shift where you can control the gears manually as well...
yes it is perfectly fine to mod the exhaust in the auto civic. the engine already has a pretty nice gruff note.
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here I found something on net, Its MH registered
Modded Honda Civics-civicwq2.jpg
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good, though does not go well with the car color. If it were black or white it would be stunning.
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Heres another one to give the Black Civic i'd posted some serious competition(or may just beat it)!! Pics given by a friend Prashanth. i somehow still prefer the Black one!

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Hmm, a civic Thread at last,
Below is the hottest Civic By Far I have seen in India. Enjoyy



Just wondering.. are both these the same car?
How come they have the same number?
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Old 23rd June 2008, 03:05   #330
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Same car. New paintjob. Lovely car.
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