South African Civic Vtec

civicfan111

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#2
looks good, Id say a drop, some rims and a grill and call it a day.
 


2slo4u

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Nice nice. Do a wire tuck!!
 


JohnS.

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Nice nice. Do a wire tuck!!
x2. An aftermarket intake will really free up a lot of space too. Even remove your heat shield and wrap the stock headers if you're not after performance. Simple things can really clean the engine bay up.

Needs a grill and front lip and I'd say it'd be a good lookin car! Wheels are actually cool. Those are factory over there?
 

Puma

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Dang, that thing is clean as hell. It looks like it already has a mild drop b/c those are 15s. Swap out that grill, add a lip, and you're set. (can't believe i didn't say it needs moar low)
 
#13
Thanks for all the comments...
Well I don't have any plans with my vtec as I just bought a Focus ST, so all my attentions is going to my ST...
I wish I could have kept the vtec but I have to let it go because of garage space.
 

wazup_74

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Wish we would've got that model here in the states. :(
The car looks good. i say keep it as it is. it looks good. If you have to get rid of it make sure to find it a good home.
 
#15
I so want to keep it but i cant.
Do you know how hard it is to find a good home for a vtec here in SA...the kid F@CK up the poor vtec's and does not appreciate the appeal and fun of it.
It took me around 7months to find a proper one.
 

Blood_Shot

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I would find a smaller OEM intake box and just paint the heat shield to wrinkle to match the VC.

cleanest ek Ive seen from district 9
 




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