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    Honda civic 9th Gen was first launched in Late 2012 and continued till August 2016.
    It was not very much accepted by the Honda lovers after very much successful life cycle of 8th Generation civic.
    I bought 9th gen after keeping two 8th generation civic for about 5 years.
    Here in this thread I will try to share every thing that a civic owner should know about his car.
    that will cover preventive/schedule maintenance as well as corrective maintenance if I come across any.
    Starting with some basic information about the car.

    Oils
    Engine Oil Replacement quantity with oil filter is 3.7 liters
    with out oil filter is 3.5 liter
    Transmission Oil for Manual transmission is 1.4 liters and Automatic is 2.4 Liters
    Allighment Specs
    According to Onwers manual, Front Cambers are 0.34' and rear are 0.33'
    Front Toe-in is 0.00mm and rear is 2.00mm
    Dimensions
    Length 4525mm
    Width 1755mm
    Height 1451mm
    Wheel base 2670mm
    Weight
    Manual transmission weighs 1,196 kg while Auto weighs 1,255 kg

    Below is the list of mini projects that I intent/have done on my car

    Complated/ Installed Add ons
    (Click on any of the below to go to that DIY)

    1. Replaced OEM DVD Navigation with Android 2nd Generation Android (2016)
    2.
    i-Vtec Stickers on Rear Doors
    DIY
    3.
    Transparent Vinyl on Door sills to protect paint
    DIY
    4.
    Changed Number Plates
    5.
    Tinted Fog Lights (Amber)
    DIY
    6.
    Rims 16" Installed
    7.
    Wheel Spacer to increase axle track (Done) DIY
    8.
    Chrome Door Handles (Done)
    9.
    Front Grill Changed to OEM 2016 Model DIY
    10.
    Car Lowered by 1.75 inch (Road Grip increased by 50%) DIY
    11.
    Windows Black Tint
    12.
    5D Floor Mats
    13.
    Navigation Maps Update DIY
    14.
    Painted Lower end of Rear bumper to Black DIY
    15. Setup OBD Display of Engine/ Sensor Readings DIY

    To Do List
    1. Rims Change. white color 16" (May be some time)
    2. Body Kit (May be some time)
    3. Trunk Lining "Carpet"
    4. Hood Linking "Carpet"
    5. Rear USDM Trunk and Lights (Trying to find)
    6. HID in Fog Lights
    7. Leather Stitched Steering Wheel
    8. Changing Tyres to 215/55R16
    9. Tweeters on front Pillars
    10. Lane watch assistance Camera connected to i-MID display
    11. Front Brake Rotors and Calipers up gradation
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    Guys wjat do you think about Michelin Primacy 3 tyres in 215/55R16 size

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    @makhdoom123 bhai has installed these in his grande. He'd be better able to give you the owners experience

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    Guys wjat do you think about Michelin Primacy 3 tyres in 215/55R16 size

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    Its AWESOME!
    And I have a question regarding my civic.
    Its only 20k driven. 2015 .
    When i go thru bumps or any uneven road.
    Some noise comes from my driving side.
    Looking for expert advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by asadsrc2003 View Post
    Its AWESOME!
    And I have a question regarding my civic.
    Its only 20k driven. 2015 .
    When i go thru bumps or any uneven road.
    Some noise comes from my driving side.
    Looking for expert advice

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    You have to ignore the noises 😀

    On a serious note, please explain the noise and it's origin

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    Toyo Proxes CF2 vs Michelin Primacy 3

    Which one is better

    Grip
    Comfort
    Noise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    You have to ignore the noises 😀

    On a serious note, please explain the noise and it's origin

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    It's like coming from dash board side and it's like some plastic part is crank8ng with body or it is lose in dashboard. I have this sound in video but I think app doest not support to upload it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    Guys wjat do you think about Michelin Primacy 3 tyres in 215/55R16 size

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    They are great tyres. Superb grip in dry and wet condition's and over very good rating. On the flip side they make the ride hard and are slightly noisy.

    If you can live with the con then I would suggest you look at Michelin pilot sport 3 or 4. 4 is more recommended but I'm not a 100% sure they come in the size you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yankmyyoda View Post
    They are great tyres. Superb grip in dry and wet condition's and over very good rating. On the flip side they make the ride hard and are slightly noisy.

    If you can live with the con then I would suggest you look at Michelin pilot sport 3 or 4. 4 is more recommended but I'm not a 100% sure they come in the size you want.

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    I have couple of questions.

    Will Michelin primacy 3 be harder than Michelin energy saver ?

    Where do you place pilot sport in comparison to Michelin Primacy HP


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    I have couple of questions.

    Will Michelin primacy 3 be harder than Michelin energy saver ?

    Where do you place pilot sport in comparison to Michelin Primacy HP


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    Yes they will be harder.

    Pilot sport 3 and 4 are much better than primacy. And equally harder and make more noise. Although pilot sport 4 are better than 3, but I am not sure if pilot sport 4 will be available in the size you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    You have to ignore the noises 😀

    On a serious note, please explain the noise and it's origin

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    Its coming from driver side. Some where around the steering. I am afraid if its the noise of steering rod

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    Quote Originally Posted by asadsrc2003 View Post
    Its coming from driver side. Some where around the steering. I am afraid if its the noise of steering rod

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    What you doubt has the least chance. So don't worry.

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    Idk . Its annoying. What should I do?

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    Installed torque pro with OBd2 wifi connector....anybody needs torque pro andriod app can get frm me...

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    Some facts about Michelin Primacy 3 tyres

    During development of the Primacy 3 Michelin covered over 20 million kilomemters of real world testing in all conditions to ensure the tyre worked on all manor of surfaces and on different types of vehicles.

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    Once the final specification Primacy 3 was developed, the tyre was handed over to independent testing body TUV to test against 4 leading competitors. In a thorough array of TUV tests,
    the new Primacy 3 was benchmarked against the

    Continental Premium Contact 2,
    Bridgestone ER300 Ecopia,
    Pirelli P7 and
    Goodyear Effecient grip.

    The results?
    Impressive.

    With over 70% of accidents happening on dry, straight roads, dry braking was Michelin's top priority, but is also one of the hardest areas to improve on.
    TUV found that the new Michelin Primacy 3

    1. Under dry braking stopped on average 2.2 metres shorter from 100kmh than the 4 leading competitors

    2. Under wet braking stopped on average 1.5 metres shorter from 100kmh than the 4 leading competitors

    3. Allowed for the highest wet cornering speeds

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    Conti Premium Contact 2 is cheaper than Michelin Primacy 3 so not really a suitable comparison.
    What goes around, comes around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    Once the final specification Primacy 3 was developed, the tyre was handed over to independent testing body TUV to test against 4 leading competitors. In a thorough array of TUV tests,
    the new Primacy 3 was benchmarked against the

    Continental Premium Contact 2,
    Bridgestone ER300 Ecopia,
    Pirelli P7 and
    Goodyear Effecient grip.

    The results?
    Impressive.

    With over 70% of accidents happening on dry, straight roads, dry braking was Michelin's top priority, but is also one of the hardest areas to improve on.
    TUV found that the new Michelin Primacy 3

    1. Under dry braking stopped on average 2.2 metres shorter from 100kmh than the 4 leading competitors

    2. Under wet braking stopped on average 1.5 metres shorter from 100kmh than the 4 leading competitors

    3. Allowed for the highest wet cornering speeds

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    Please share results on other parameters too. What's the overall ranking amongst the considered brands?

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    Here's a comparison of few top tires on Pirelli official website: -
    https://www.pirelli.com/tyres/en-gb/...eview-2014-05#

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    Quote Originally Posted by AffaanAlAziz1 View Post
    Here's a comparison of few top tires on Pirelli official website: -
    https://www.pirelli.com/tyres/en-gb/...eview-2014-05#

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    Very nice comparisons.

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