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» Current Poll
How many of you went with the tow hook look?
I did and couldn't imagine how my hookless Fit would look! - 20.00%
2 Votes
I didn't and couldn't imagine how my hooked Fit would look! - 80.00%
8 Votes
Total Votes: 10
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ROTTBOY, redludesh and 7 others posted in this thread recently
With close to $8,000, you can do better in finding a lower mileage Fit (say max. 100k or less) in similar condition. Be patient and shop outside your area. Use the internet like Cars.com, Craigslist etc.........(posted price are very negotiable) Totally agree. Pre-sold my '08 GD A/T for $6,795 (to a relative) w/ 150k+ (eventually, now at 148k and rising).




Quoted from redludesh's post
"....close to buying a 2007 Sport......hesitant ...want $7999 for it....."
ak_honda, TCroly and 2 others posted in this thread recently
Checked out the 3rd generation 2015 Honda Fit as a possible replacement for Maria's 2009 2nd gen, but it was a big "no". They cheaped out on materials, the seats aren't as supportive and they've made some significant ergonomic errors. Passenger space went up, but cargo space went down. The nail in the coffin, so to speak, was the new 6-speed manual transmission has the same overall gearing as the top gear (5th) in the outgoing model. So the engine is still going to be ...
shakedown94, StormSurfer and TCroly posted in this thread recently
Hi there to ALL FF members.We ALL know that the Fit 07-08 is the GD,the Fit 09-14 is the GE8 and NOW the Fit '15 is the GK.I was asking myself... Does the letters and numbers means something special(maybe no maybe yes)?I found that it looks that there are 3 different GK...GK,GK3 and GK5....Is this because the engine specs???.Maybe some friend here from the forum can explain and help us to understand it better because i really don't know...
ak_honda, xorbe and 5 others posted in this thread recently
I'll be needing to buy a car in the next few months. I know the new Fit is supposed to be available in "spring", but does anyone know whether that's closer to March 21 or June 21? I'm thinking if they begin building next month per the press release, even if it's the end of February, we should start seeing these by April. Any opinions?
GinoLicious, MTLian and 6 others posted in this thread recently
I used Meguiar's PlastX and it worked wonderfully! And guess what, it has about the texture of toothpaste you can get it at canadian tire. If all else fails then use this. My headlights were clear as glass for about a year and then the haze came back but it's not nearly as bad. I will be polishing then again when it stops raining. Do you wetsand your stock Fit Sport alloys? I have some corrosion on mine, I wonder what the best way of removing it would be. I'm ...
Quoted from GinoLicious' post
"Haze is not over the entire head light. Just the centre. My nail can scrape it off. So I'm going to try the toothpaste first. It no go then I'll use the turtle wax compound. If this does not work what grade sandpaper would you recommend? When I polish and wet sand my rims I go 400-800-1200 then mothers alloy polish. If I were to wet stand the head lights would it be the same idea? Or should I just use a 1800 fine grade and that's it?"
inspiron, Diversion and 3 others posted in this thread recently
Here's the USDM roof liner, but i'm pretty sure we dont have any caps on ours.. I dont see them listed/shown on this diagram.
xxryu139x, painterguy and 20 others posted in this thread recently
Did this yesterday. Damaged my rear diffuser so I replaced the center section and decided to Black out the exhaust tips for a more stealth look after seeing it done by another member.
Fit Charlie, exl500 and 17 others posted in this thread recently
I am capable of operating a car with an automatic. I am not capable of calling that act "driving." What automatics do to cars:
22 hours ago in 3rd Generation (2015+)
ROTTBOY, fitbuddha and 5 others posted in this thread recently
Hi. I'm brand new to this forum. I started looking into getting a new car about a month ago to replace my 93 Honda Civic EX. The Honda Fit has become my main contender and I was happy to find this forum. So now the question for me is whether to try to get a really good deal on the outgoing 2013 Fit or pay more for the 2015 Fit. The dealers and Honda's website are keeping things pretty secret, I'm guessing to try to sell the 2013's still remaining first. I'm curious ...
19 hours ago in 3rd Generation (2015+)
ak_honda, ROTTBOY and 3 others posted in this thread recently
2015 Honda Fit For the sake of not rambling on for days and days, I will attempt to review the 2015 Fit in an unconventional way which will shorten the overall story. I will try to keep things as legible as possible. Styling: The car does have a pretty extreme exterior style; it’s a stab at being fresh, upscale, and dramatically different from the old model. Does it work? Almost. But at some side views, the car can look quite bad, happily there is ...
20 hours ago in 3rd Generation (2015+)
Waizzz, connor55 and 2 others posted in this thread recently
This is our sixth occurence since we have been hosting this meet in Cerritos and I was happy to see some new faces and some pretty cool setups. There were also a few different platforms that attended and hopefully going forward there will be a bigger variety of cars. GD and GE Fits, several Versa and Versa Note's and even a pretty cool Accord showed up. Enjoy the pics! Starting out with one of the most famous SoCal Fit's, Note and his Race-spec GE8 Loving the Q45 ...
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lezell, FitStir and 2 others posted in this thread recently
Thanks, everyone. I don't have an option to post an attachment, but maybe these will work (from imgur)
1 day ago in General Fit Talk
FitStir and HoSDo posted in this thread recently
I have 2013 Fit which I will take it to the track in 10 days. I got the goodridge ss brake line with DOT 4 fluids and got myself flare wrenches from harbor feights too. 1) So what are the torque specs? 2) Anything that I should know before doing my first brake lines upgrade ever? 3) What am I expecting to notice/feel after completing the job properly? Brake pedal feels better and less fade? Thanks ****Updates**** I did the brake lines, but here the problems ...
Badwrench, pig_pit and 2 others posted in this thread recently
So I made an exhaust thread earlier with video clipsand it became a sticky, I'm gonna try to make a thread for springs / suspension / lowered pics. I'll try to update and gather as much info as I can. I hope the owners of the original vehicles wouldn't mind me using their pics. Eibach Pro-Kit Ride Height Drop: F-1.2 in / R-1.4 in T1R S-Coils Ride Height Drop: F-1.3 in / R-1.5 in Spring Rates: F-2.9kg/mm / R-2.5kg/mm Tanabe NF210 Ride Height Drop F-1.0 in / R-1.5 in Spring ...

YouTube - Stock vs. Eibach (HD)

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ak_honda, fibrepunk and 7 others posted in this thread recently
Taking this public with Honda. Last time I tweeted out was for my Accord having ignition issues, and ended up having corporate call my local dealership to re-recall my car and do the ignition switch at no charge for me.
CalvinGE8, kyr_891205 and 2 others posted in this thread recently
Later I picked up a WRX S204 lip naked fit how she sat after putting on the lip, took some time molding and a little bit of cutting
kyr_891205, Cruatchi and 3 others posted in this thread recently
My problem is I don't see the oem hook under the rear bumper of my car... See this video where there is a hook to install the aftermarket one: Here's what my car looks like, and my question is if the oem tow hook is inside the plastic cover?

DIY: Install Rear Tow Hook - YouTube


Quoted from 13fit's post
"our tow "hook" is just abigass bolt with a ring for a head that screws into the holes on either front or rear of car. If you want a rear centered hook, buy the $130-150 towhitch and get a hitch style hook. Keep in mind the hitch style is usually limited to 2,000 pounds, where as our threaded hooks are rated for almost double the weight of the car (to make up for sudden lurches and whatnot while towing)"
ROTTBOY, yuwan63755 and 4 others posted in this thread recently
Checked out the 3rd generation 2015 Honda Fit as a possible replacement for Maria's 2009 2nd gen, but it was a big "no". They cheaped out on materials, the seats aren't as supportive and they've made some significant ergonomic errors. Passenger space went up, but cargo space went down. The nail in the coffin, so to speak, was the new 6-speed manual transmission has the same overall gearing as the top gear (5th) in the outgoing model. So the engine is still going to be ...
devmail, GinoLicious and 3 others posted in this thread recently
I am always a fan of white rims personally. But with my blades I want polished. I am also a fan of OEM and always loved the prelude and GSR blades since I was 16. They were posted yesterday, 20 mins later I bought em. Got home, 30 posts on the Facebook wall. So lucky I moved on em. Two previous sales fell through. One was $230, next was $250, third time I got em for $180. Worked out for me. Minus I need to strip the black paint awful job and need 4 new centre caps. But eh ...
 
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