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    Thumbs up Spano 888 8th Gen CIVIC

    After Dragging several thread along, now I decided to continue a single thread that contains the
    Projects/Modification on my Car

    Its a 2012 Taffeta White Oriel Prosmatic
    List of Mods are mentioned below (Please click on the links below for Navigation)
    1. Front Camera Page#4
    2. Alloy Rims 16" (White Painted) Michelin Primacy HP 205/55R16 Tyres
    3. Japanese Shocks and Springs for Lowering 1/2"
    4. Tinted Fog Lights and Tinted Windows
    5. Cruise Control
    6. Steering Multimedia Control Buttons
    7. Ultra Gauge OBD-2 On Dash Multi Information Display Page#8
    8. Skunk2 Rear Camber Adjustment Kit
    9. Leatherette Seat Covers (Stitched)
    10. Brembo Brake Caliper Covers
    11. Rear Trunk Fiber Glass Sun Woofer Enclosure
    12. Flip Key (like 9th Gen) Page#1
    13. Motorized Head Lights With Beam Level Adjustment
    14. Royal Shield on full exterior
    15. 3 Pairs HID Installed (All 4300K) In Low Beam, High Beam and FOG Lights
    16. Front Parking LED Lights and Rear Number Plate LED Lights
    17. Solar Powered Auto Circulation FAN for summer
    18. OEM Honda SIDE i-vtec Sticker on Rear Doors
    19. Front TypeR Red Honda Emblem

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    Quote Originally Posted by black88 View Post
    thank you so much for your response . so need to get this from market and attach them to aux pins? or ....??
    Yes. Or if you can buy ready made harness or if some friend gifts you the harnesses ☺
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    Few more.
    And now I am done with the pictures. I am open to all kind if comments and critics
    Nice work....like the way u image your car and than put it to projection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greyhound View Post
    Nice work....like the way u image your car and than put it to projection.
    Exactly
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    MashaAllah very nice attempt and surely a wise way to spend the money. There is an odd cut-off between the black and white when viewing the 'integrated diffuser' against the mud-flaps. That can easily be fixed by removing the mud-flaps. The next thing that you will face as an issue will be the empty space in the rear wheel well. For this i found a little handy trick. You can create a plastic inner shield from the old mud-flaps by cutting them very carefully using a heated knife. Then sand the edges and smooth them out. Your wheels are of correct off-set. The mud-flaps don't belong here in my opinion. However, if you are happy with it that is all that matters. Kind Regards and MashaAllah again

    Edit: I actually had an inner-shield from my 2008 Si for the DIY. So i don't know how well you would be able to replicate. That is obviously dependent upon if you want to do this at all.

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    The wheels I have are 7mm outter than stock 8th gen wheels. Reason being I am using 16 inch alloy rims.
    For the mud flap, I couldn't understand you. May be I will read it again and will get to understand it
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    The mud flap point is exactly what I was referring to when you got that diffuser look on the rear bumper


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    Honda city 2015 has the same color scheme from factory. white mud flaps and black difuser
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    Honda city 2015 has the same color scheme from factory. white mud flaps and black difuser
    This is a Civic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faadi112 View Post
    There is an odd cut-off between the black and white when viewing the 'integrated diffuser' against the mud-flaps.
    Quote Originally Posted by fouadbakht View Post
    The mud flap point is exactly what I was referring to when you got that diffuser look on the rear bumper

    You see?
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    Pakistani city has white mud flaps
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    Pakistani city has white mud flaps
    That's why it looks odd

    By the way, I've tried removing mud flaps of Viper back in the day. And believe me, it looks so sleeks. Try it. But you know the consequences.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadbakht View Post
    That's why it looks odd

    By the way, I've tried removing mud flaps of Viper back in the day. And believe me, it looks so sleeks. Try it. But you know the consequences.
    I drive it around 40 km every day plus a 500 km trip (peshawar) at least once a month. I can't remove mud flaps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadbakht View Post
    That's why it looks odd

    By the way, I've tried removing mud flaps of Viper back in the day. And believe me, it looks so sleeks. Try it. But you know the consequences.
    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    I drive it around 40 km every day plus a 500 km trip (peshawar) at least once a month. I can't remove mud flaps.
    Form over function, or function over form? It is an age-old debate.

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    Leave them as is. People like me poking noses under the rear bumpers while lying flat on the ground just to comment on mud flaps not going with the bumper.....lolz


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    Yes.
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    I opened the hood of my car recently and saw that my engine coolant is leaking from the upper radiator hose and also from a smaller hose that(i think) goes from the radiator to the transmission(maybe the transmission fluid cooler line)..The leak is near the clamps that connect the pipes to the hoses..Around 6-7k kms ago i drained the previous osaka coolant and replaced it with caltex coolant but didnt disconnect the pipes or the thermostat..My car still has oem constant tension clamps that come from factory..Car is a 08 Honda civic 8th gen..Its losing coolant and im quite worried..Any guidance as to what shuld i do???
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    @Spano have you attempted mod # 13?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baddog View Post
    @Spano have you attempted mod # 13?
    Yes. Successfully completed and using it as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by ziyad.ahmad.391 View Post
    I opened the hood of my car recently and saw that my engine coolant is leaking from the upper radiator hose and also from a smaller hose that(i think) goes from the radiator to the transmission(maybe the transmission fluid cooler line)..The leak is near the clamps that connect the pipes to the hoses..Around 6-7k kms ago i drained the previous osaka coolant and replaced it with caltex coolant but didnt disconnect the pipes or the thermostat..My car still has oem constant tension clamps that come from factory..Car is a 08 Honda civic 8th gen..Its losing coolant and im quite worried..Any guidance as to what shuld i do???
    I think, apply grease on hose pipes inner side and fit them properly. There shouldn't be any leakage if the pipe is not damaged. Greasing is effective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    Yes. Successfully completed and using it as well
    How exactly was it done? Can it be done on a pkdm swift? Anything else you can tell me?

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