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# Thread: Honda Civic 9th Gen Fan Club (2013)

1. ## Honda Civic 9th Gen Fan Club (2013)

Salam,

As we just recently bought a Civic 9th Gen (2013) shape and could not find its fan Club on Pakwheels.

So making one, all who own this car or want to own one are allowed to share their views, problems, pics etc of their car.

All the owners of this Latest model should share pics of their car and their views.

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2. Originally Posted by Spano
Honda shara-e-Faisal says that ur battery is charging

3. Get it diagnosed from any reputed battery wala or electrician

4. Guys quick question:Currently i am using Normal category fuel in my Car from either Shell or PSO on which i am getting an average of 8 to 8.5 Km/L. Now pls check below scenarioscenario 1 - if i put a normal fuel of 5000 rs. in my car . . . Based on current price 94.5 rs. i will get arround 53L of fuel, so based on my average i will get 53L * 8.0Km/L = 425 Kms Scenario 2 - Hi-octane fuel of 5000 rs. in my car. . . as per current price 114.50 rs. . i will get around 44L of fuel, as per my understanding the average of car increases on hi-octane lets assume i will get 9 KM/L so based on that average i will get 44L * 9KM/L = 396 KmsDifference = 425 - 396 = 29Kms so i am just curious that just for the sake of 29kms why are we all not using hi-octane in our cars. i am litle confused ? ? ? ?

5. Originally Posted by irfansiddique
Guys quick question:Currently i am using Normal category fuel in my Car from either Shell or PSO on which i am getting an average of 8 to 8.5 Km/L. Now pls check below scenarioscenario 1 - if i put a normal fuel of 5000 rs. in my car . . . Based on current price 94.5 rs. i will get arround 53L of fuel, so based on my average i will get 53L * 8.0Km/L = 425 Kms Scenario 2 - Hi-octane fuel of 5000 rs. in my car. . . as per current price 114.50 rs. . i will get around 44L of fuel, as per my understanding the average of car increases on hi-octane lets assume i will get 9 KM/L so based on that average i will get 44L * 9KM/L = 396 KmsDifference = 425 - 396 = 29Kms so i am just curious that just for the sake of 29kms why are we all not using hi-octane in our cars. i am litle confused ? ? ? ?
I think Hi octane fuel is not appropriate for our local cars.
Hi octane burns hotter and produces more heat than regular supreme. Use regular supreme from a reputed pump and you will be good to go. Rev your car once or twice a week till red line to avoid cat con blockage.

6. I always use a little bit of high octane in my civic. Helps keep the engine clean and also the car becomes lighter to the feel. also I feel my civic vibrates very slightly when brake is pressed while standing still in D and ac on. with high octane, that vanishes too

7. Originally Posted by irfansiddique
@129
Battries does reduce water. i normally check once a month, and its reduce little bit so i top-up - - but its a task to top-up battery water in 9gen. i have kept an injection to fill water in the cells and use AC water for refill.
Even better option is to buy deionized water form lab shops,costs around 350 Rs for a 5 liter bottle..I used to make it at my university now i buy from shops as i have graduated aleady.Its ultrapure water.

8. Why not full hi octane... What do you have to say about my calculations

9. Originally Posted by irfansiddique
Why not full hi octane... What do you have to say about my calculations
Your calculations are correct and I agree Hi octane increases throttle response a bit. But its octane rating is higher and burns more hotter than regular supreme and produces more heat in engine than usual. Which may affect the engine afterwards. Correct me if I'm wrong. @umair2203 Your assistance needed here.

10. Isnt less or slow burning means less heat.

11. Originally Posted by irfansiddique
Isnt less or slow burning means less heat.
Originally Posted by Sk_KingpiN
Your calculations are correct and I agree Hi octane increases throttle response a bit. But its octane rating is higher and burns more hotter than regular supreme and produces more heat in engine than usual. Which may affect the engine afterwards. Correct me if I'm wrong. @umair2203 Your assistance needed here.
Bros ..high octane is for high compression engine ... not advice able for our cars ... with normal compression. the sole purpose to cater for any impurities in local fuel but the usage should not be more then 80/20 ratio and that too occasionally ...keeping the technicalities aside these engines are omtimized for regular fuel not high octane daily drivers are designed to run on regular fuel ....

Some people fill their tanks with pure high octane .. this is equivalent to raping your engine in longer run

12. R18 has 10.6:1 compression ratio....

13. Originally Posted by irfansiddique
R18 has 10.6:1 compression ratio....
It is rated normal compression .. raching sporty cars engine are considered high compression ..

14. Oh I thought r18 compression is high rated compression.

15. Hi-octane VS Premium: i think in the longer run its not suitable for our local cars, the best scenario at most would be mixing after every 3rd or 4th tank and that too only 40-60 (40 being hi-octane, thats what i do)

Also its not available everywhere you go and not all the time as well. So even ignoring the compression rules etc, a car habitual of regularly using hi-octane with full tanks will severely get mis-tuned when you start filling it with regular gasoline later. It would be like the engine addicted to a good quality appetite and then giving it relatively bad one due to un-availaibility. Mixing after a few tanks will keep it optimum without addicting it and also would be harmless in case you shift to regular gasoline altogether. Nothing much to lose

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16. Hello guys , can anyone tell me what is to be done on 40k checkup on my 9th gen other than oil filter,oil change and air filter??

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17. Originally Posted by Wazeer91
Hello guys , can anyone tell me what is to be done on 40k checkup on my 9th gen other than oil filter,oil change and air filter??

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- Fuel filter replacement.
- Engine tune up.
- Throttle body service.
- Transmission fluid replace (If M/T).

18. Originally Posted by Sk_KingpiN
- Fuel filter replacement.
- Engine tune up.
- Throttle body service.
- Transmission fluid replace (If M/T).
Thnx bro and its oriel auto!

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19. Originally Posted by Wazeer91
Thnx bro and its oriel auto!

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No problem bro. I guess AT transmission requires fluid replacement at 60k kms. I'm not sure though.

20. Warning: Honda Defense in Karachi may be using counterfeit products:

Full disclosure first: I recently had a very negative experience at Honda Shahrah-e-Faisal, that co-owns Honda Defense https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/non...rah-e-faisal-2

For reasons highlighted above, I decided to go to Honda South this time for regular vehicle maintenance. Once there, the technician informed me that I was using a counterfeit air filter. I was absolutely floored by this assertion of his. All such work on my car was done at Honda Defense.

But then he showed me an original air filter, and sure enough, there was a clear, distinct difference between the two. I was clearly using the inferior product.

Now in fairness, there is a chance that this was a one off, a rare mistake, a fluke of some sort; but given my experience with that franchise I really don't think so.

So as an FYI, for those who have recently bought a filter from Honda Defense (and possibly Shahrah-e-Faisal), please check it out somehow to ensure that you got what you paid for.

21. hate Honda defense , , , always goto south.

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