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  1. 2022 Civic colors and trims revealed 🎨

    I sure as hell would have bought an Si hatch over my sport touring hatch.
  2. Exclusive: 11th Gen 2022 Civic (Hatchback) Fully Revealed in Official Honda Patent Images

    The Fit couldn't be more Japanese unless you threw a rising sun across the hood.
  3. Exclusive: 11th Gen 2022 Civic (Hatchback) Fully Revealed in Official Honda Patent Images

    I guess it depends on if they want to keep the drive trains as separate models (even if just in name) or not. The civic line was pretty bloated at 19 trims last I checked.
  4. Exclusive: 11th Gen 2022 Civic (Hatchback) Fully Revealed in Official Honda Patent Images

    I expect next gen civics to have a hybrid option if not full ev at some point.
  5. Exclusive: 11th Gen 2022 Civic (Hatchback) Fully Revealed in Official Honda Patent Images

    Boring. I like the new taillights, but the car is just boring overall.
  6. Exhaust System Break-Down

    If using your exhaust, is there a difference in sound between the two or is it just a bit of performance gain?
  7. Exhaust System Break-Down

    What's the difference between your front pipe and the stock front pipe on the FK7 exhaust? Sorry if it's been asked and rezzing an old thread.
  8. So.... 11th gen civic

    I wasn't expecting anything new for another year or 2 since they just did a refresh, but with the current issues I would expect them to push base models more rather than try to develop something cheaper.
  9. 2018 hatchback part out

    Will you ship the rear diffuser? 37643
  10. FS: OEM Honda Civic Type R Parts FK8

    What's the hatch garnish and side vents?
  11. Hybrid Racing Adjustable Shifter (10th Gen Civic)

    Just installed the shifter yesterday. It feels tight? I'm using the softer spring, but it still requires more force than I'd like to shift, should I add some grease somewhere or is it possible I over torqued the spring housing?
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