Sport Touring Hatch, its the only way to get a manual with the 1.5 turbo thats not an Si. You can't get a sedan in any trim but Si in manual. Its really complicated this year with trims and options for no reason.
https://www.civicxi.com/forum/threads/my-sonic-gray-pearl-2022-civic-hatch-build-lowered-on-h-r-sports-gram-lights-57dr-ktuner-prl-stage-1.50368/ check out my build so far kind of close to what you’re looking for in terms of mods for the touring. My fun car is also a mustang lol
Vehicle: 2022 Civic Touring Hatch 6 spd
Total tuned time: 1 1/2 months
Tuned miles driven: 2300~ (53xx total)
Tuning device(s) used: KTuner V2
Tunes used: Dual 21 starter and Phearable 1.5
Fuel used: 91 octane on ktuner, 91+ 1.5 gallons of e on the phearable.
Additional related mods: PRL...
Since 10th gen coilovers are confirmed to fit our 11th gens, I'm steering away from the h&r spring and stock shock setup and either going for HKS hipermax GT IV's or silver neo max's w/ swift springs...... any prior 10th gen owners have real life experiences with the two? or any other...
27 won rmm fit right in and CTR sway bar fits 😎 car is very very responsive now, I can actually tell where the rear end is now in a corner. NVH isn’t terrible with the motor mount, after the 1000 miles it should be barely noticeable. Next is HKS coilovers and Michelin PS4s tires all around
K tuner starter maps are great for dd's, when I had it I would never really pull to redline to get up to speed, now on phearable I feel I have to rev it out to redline compared to the starter maps. Not an issue though as it pulls soooooo nice up top compared to the other maps.
for a non si car to upgrade to si rsb its worth it, only about 120 for everything brand new, Type R bar goes for 270ish now from parts departments not including the brackets so for an Si at that price point you might as well get aftermarket, I only got this one because it was a local sale off...