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Old 09-23-2012, 07:47 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Yeah I have read the two FAQ type things on tips/mods. I plan on using my spare hatch bumper to create a somewhat stock looking smooth bumper with a front lip that is of ABS or plastic to help act as an air dam but look more stock. I also plan to do the pizza pan wheel covers, under body trays, rear duckbill, remove antenna, remove passenger mirror, make a hood extension to cover the wipers, radiator fan ducting/tubing to allow cold air in without a front bumper 'trap door" and some potential weight reduction. I am going to try and see what kind of performance I can maintain while also getting good fuel efficiency.
95 Integra-H2B+boost. Coming this winter
93 Cherokee-Lifted for potential snow rescues
92 Civic Hatch-MPG project
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