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Old 03-03-2011, 12:12 PM   #11 (permalink)
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What year is your Fit? I just purchased a 2011 Fit Sport and am interested in adding a belly pan to mine. Nice work by the way.

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Old 03-03-2011, 01:06 PM   #12 (permalink)
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What year is your Fit? I just purchased a 2011 Fit Sport and am interested in adding a belly pan to mine. Nice work by the way.
The FIT, by process of elimination, can only be a 2009. That is the first year that Honda imported them to the States.

Notice that his post was also in the same year, thus the easy to determine year of 2009.

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Old 03-03-2011, 05:46 PM   #13 (permalink)
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The FIT, by process of elimination, can only be a 2009.
Try telling that to my 2008 out in the parking lot, or my friend's 2007!

2009 was the first year for the current body style.
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Old 03-03-2011, 10:24 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Try telling that to my 2008 out in the parking lot, or my friend's 2007!

2009 was the first year for the current body style.
My apologies!

My wife has a 2007 Fit as well, so I should have known. Has it been that long since we bought it??

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haha you guys are funny. There's the GD3 (2001-2008)(06-08 for USDM markets). and the GE8 (2009+)
these guys might help you outhttp://www.fitfreak.net/forums/eco-fit-discussion/ great for eveything to do with the Hondafit/Jazz
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Old 03-10-2011, 04:32 PM   #16 (permalink)
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What year is your Fit? I just purchased a 2011 Fit Sport and am interested in adding a belly pan to mine. Nice work by the way.
Mine is a 2009. Still love it. Only reason I would sell it for the time being would be to replace it with an eFit once they come out.
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My first post!

Just bought the underbelly panel for the CR-Z going to mod it for the fit. can't wait.. hoping to get at least 1 more MPG out of this mod.
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Inspiration? Ha! You want that, check out PaleMelanesian's work. He's running an 09 Fit Down in Texas and gets numbers that make me feel like a chump.

I think he removed his undertray for the summer- for the same reason that the grille block works so well. Air comes in the grille, through the radiator and then out the bottom. So while you get a smoother underbelly and a backdoor grille block, it's still a grille block in Texas in the summer.

Do you have an SG or UG yet? You don't want to play temperature games with nothing but an idiot light to let you know what your temps are doing.

Oh, and welcome to the fun! It's a great hobby and a great forum.

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