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Old 18th March 2009, 01:32   #661
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Back to the Audi style headlights . . . Lets have a small poll here. How many of you would for the Angel(Eagle) lights and how many for an Audi style headlights . . .
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Old 22nd March 2009, 14:05   #662
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anybody tried HID bulbs on a Civic? I'm looking to do a HID conversion using the stock lens.
Hi,

I haven't tried but have seen some civics here with the stock lights having HID bulbs
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Old 24th March 2009, 20:40   #663
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a small word of advice to all the people who wish to install a magnaflow or any other branded catback exhaust on your civic. please make sure that you order a sedan extender for your exhaust. without that it will be 2 inches short and not clear the bumper.

the main disadvantage is that if you have a body kit, the hot exhaust gases will melt the kit. this has happened to me and i had to cut off a part. so please make sure you order the extender as well.

and i would also like to thank Team-BHP and proudly show off Team-BHP stickers which i recieved today. please bear with me even if some of the cars dont belong in this thread and the pics are not of high quality as they were taken with a phone camera.
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Old 25th March 2009, 01:40   #664
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a small word of advice to all the people who wish to install a magnaflow or any other branded catback exhaust on your civic. please make sure that you order a sedan extender for your exhaust. without that it will be 2 inches short and not clear the bumper.

the main disadvantage is that if you have a body kit, the hot exhaust gases will melt the kit. this has happened to me and i had to cut off a part. so please make sure you order the extender as well.

and i would also like to thank Team-BHP and proudly show off Team-BHP stickers which i recieved today. please bear with me even if some of the cars dont belong in this thread and the pics are not of high quality as they were taken with a phone camera.
If you dont mind could you please tell the price of the carbon hood you have for your car ???
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Old 29th March 2009, 22:49   #665
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Spotted This CIVIC with nice alloys
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Old 30th March 2009, 00:24   #666
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There is a car in bombay in black with exactly those same rims. And it has an AP number too. I see it everyday in my colony.
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Old 30th March 2009, 03:14   #667
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+1 in bangalore too .. White civic with the same rims,same bodykit
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Old 30th March 2009, 11:51   #668
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Yeah I saw the white civic yesterday, what a coincidence.
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Old 30th March 2009, 12:12   #669
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Looks like BMW replica wheels. I don't think it gels well with the rest of the car though.
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Old 30th March 2009, 12:24   #670
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a better looking civic with same alloys has been posted earlier.

pic of the same
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Those are M5-replica rims.
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Old 2nd August 2009, 15:12   #672
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Moded civic by Autozone.....
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Ugh. Scissor doors do not work on a Civic IMO. More to the point, they are catastrophically unreliable when done as an aftermarket job.
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Civic looks amazing.

By the way, whose Autozone and any website of the same?
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Guys,

Nice civics that I see here, I do own one, had installed 17" alloys but removed them as had lot of problems after my Delhi-Mumbai trip, now happy with the stock rims with 205/60/R15 michellin tyres.

I have a question, I had 3 HID kits and believe me not very useful on a single highway as the yellow light just cuts better and with the HID kit you cannot see anything when the opposite cars are coming with high beam of 100++ watts.

I have put the yellow bulbs in low beam and kept the high beam HID to get a easy pass on the Highway, I need to know how can I put a power halogen yellow buld in the low beam, as the company gives 50 or 55 watts which is not sufficient on single road highways, I need to increase the power to 100++ watts.

Can anyone please help as i planning to drive down to Delhi again.

Nice pics and tastefully done up civics...

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