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Old 05-02-2018, 06:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ol-green - '96 Honda Civic LX
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'96 Civic Sedan Ecomodding and Streamlining Project (no 56k!)

My new car is a 1996 Honda Civic Sedan LX. I bought it for $700/USD.
I am the 6th owner.
She has 16****K miles.
She has the original D16Y7 engine @106hp.
She has the original 5 speed transmission with a 4.058 final drive.
She has Cooper GLS Touring tires @ 185/65R/15
All recommenced maintenance has been mostly completed.
The following list of parts have been replaced within the last few years.
Timing Belt, Water Pump, Rear Axles, Tie Rods, Camshaft Seal, Crankshaft Seal, PVC Valve, Valve Cover Gaskets, Fuel Filter, Wheel Bearings, CV joints,All belts, Air Filter, Radiator, Brake Light Bulbs. Headliner, Headlights, Headlamps, AC Freon, Brakes, Radio, Rear Speakers

  • Swap in Vtec motor with Vtec-e (If the engine fails)
  • Transmission Swap 5th gen CX (If the transmission fails)
  • Transmission Fluid (Pennzoil Synchromesh or Royal Purple)
  • Oil Change (5W-30 summer 0-20 winter)
  • Deep cycle battery / trunk relocation
  • Kill Switch
  • Off road lights
  • window tint
  • wheels with snow tires
  • Kats pad heaters
  • Kats coolant pump
  • lower suspension
  • mirror delete
  • Rear view camera/dash cam
  • OBDII splitter ScanGauge + bluetooth
  • TPS Cruise Control / Hand throttle
  • Thrust Turbo Muffler
  • easy trickle battery charge / HVAC pretrip plugin
Here, some pictures;

The headlights are discolored, different from each other but not nasty.

The interior is nice too.

This fell off, along with the LX badge years ago.

This car also had a aftermarket alarm, removed.

This little box beeps at you when you leave the key in or you leave the lights on, removed.

I replaced the rear speakers and radio.

I removed the wind catchers near the tires.

In the coming months I am planning to modify this vehicle for better fuel economy with aeromods and more.

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