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  1. The Tuned 11th gen Experience & Reliability Thread (for all models)

    Vehicle: 2022 Si PWP Total tuned time: 2.5 years Mileage Pre-Tune: 1000 miles Tuned miles driven: 20,000 miles Total Mileage: 21,000 miles Area: Richmond, Va Tuning device: KTuner V1.2 Tune and Map used: TSP Stage 1 mostly on Map 1 or 2 Fuel used: 93 octane Additional related mods: PRL High...
  2. Type R Rims

    Look into Konig Ampliforms, Rotiform FLGs, and Enkei TSVs. They all have a similar design to the OEM Honda FL5 and FE1 wheels IMO.
  3. Recommendations for oil! Track Driving.

    Any reputable full synthetic 5w30 with reasonable OCI will be fine.
  4. Does anybody here track their Civic Si?

    Car and Driver did a 40k mile long term test with a '22 Si and tracked it several times during their time with the car. All they did was wheels, tires, pads and rotors to get it ready for track use. The car performed very well with no issues. I think the key is to keep power levels stock and...
  5. Oil Analysis from 2022 Civic Si (11th gen) with 7300 miles

    Another Blackstone report after 17k miles and 5k oil change. So far so good! Car has I/E and mild TSP stage 1 tune.
  6. TSP FE1: a spicy Si

    Did you remove the head to install the TSP head stud kit or install one at a time?
  7. The Tuned 11th gen Experience & Reliability Thread (for all models)

    2 Year update: Vehicle: 2022 Civic SI Total tuned time: 23 months Tuned miles driven: ~15000 miles Tuning device(s) used: KTuner V1.2 Tunes used: TSP on Map #2 90% of the time Fuel used: 93 Octane Additional related mods: PRL HV Intake, Thermal R&D Exhaust Driving style: Spirited with...
  8. New Jersey 2024 Acura DE5 Integra Type-S — 800 Miles — White on Red — $57.5K — NJ

    Only thing missing is the "seller" and "dealer" is in Nairobi... and... I wonder how much the dealer is going to mark up, add accessories, etc.
  9. FL5 Oil Filer, same as FK8?

    I believe all Honda filters are the same with exception of the S2000.
  10. FK8 Type R rear sway bar compatibility

    I've been running the FK8 rear sway for several months now and it really balances the car out on rotation. I ran the Tail of the Dragon in June and the car handled VERY well even with the crappy OEM all seasons. You will definitely need the brackets and if your bar doesn't come with the CTR...
  11. Looking for better front brake pads for a '22 Civic Si.

    Thanks for the updates! Glad to hear the Powerstop front pads seem to hold up well to your trackday. At $60 a set that's a good option. I assume these are the front pads you used? https://www.amazon.com/Power-Stop-Z23-2115-FrontCarbon-Hardware/dp/B08MXBXWLC
  12. Brake pad options for Si?

    Thanks for posting this. Carbotech is now making pads for our cars but they are pricey. ~$300 for a set of fronts.
  13. 2023 Civic Si Spring Rates, Motion Ratio, Ride Frequencies, Autocross

    What can you modify in STH? @FL5 Love your car and I remember seeing the HART 6th gen Civic Si at VIR back in the early 2000's
  14. Brake pad options for Si?

    Yeah, unfortunately, the 10th and 11th gens do not share the same caliper design. The 11th gen Si uses the caliper from the Accord Sport 2.0. Here's a thread highlighting the front pad issues: https://www.civicxi.com/forum/threads/looking-for-better-front-brake-pads-for-a-22-civic-si.50367/
  15. why are mugen and spoon parts so expensive?

    Brand recognition. Years ago I heard that Rolex $10k timepieces were worse at keeping time accurately than a $60 Seiko. I'm not implying Mugen or Spoon parts are worse than other companies but certainly not 4X better in performance.
  16. Looking to upgrade Front BOSE separate component speakers

    I haven't installed them yet but will in the next few weeks. I'll post an update when I do.
  17. Help shift knob😭

    Use a plastic interior panel pry tool to separate the metal (silver) clip from the shift knob. Straighten the knob and then tighten the locking nut with a 14 mm wrench. Push the snap ring back up to the knob and you are done. Pretty easy to do.
  18. Online parts availability?

    Try: dreamshop.honda.com have part numbers, diagrams, etc.
  19. Mishimoto catch can kit installed on 2023 Civic Si

    Wish I could as you all aren't to terribly far but my weekends are pretty busy with life/kids/etc. Thanks for the offer though! I will be purchasing a direct fit option when it becomes available.


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