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Myxalplyx posted in this thread recently
J's Racing RS Circuit Converter (Aka Cat Delete) Custom Myxal 2.5" to 2.25" Reducing Exhaust I'm probably gonna catch some flack for this (Maybe a lot) but here it goes. Want to share an idea I have since I keep reading over and Over and OVER again that high revving Hondas make the most power with a 3" exhaust. No...I am not going with 3". However, I do plan on going with 2.5"....sorta. I want to apply the same concept that I found works on the intake side with the ...

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BMW ALPINA, kloopon and 4 others posted in this thread recently
I just return from Jamison Lakes Racing (JLR) Shop in San Bernardino. Ryan Lakes personally welded the AEM Stainless Steel O2 Bung to my T1R Header/Down Pipe. He did a good job and very friendly, plus his price is very very reasonable. He also took out the T1R emblem and polish the place where they weld that emblem so it have smooth surface in preparation for the next step which is Ceramic Coating. I got several vendor offer to do this welding job, but only Ryan can work ...
MysTiC27, noneterry and 5 others posted in this thread recently
Video... Manufacturing home on ebay.

2015 Honda Fit - YouTube

stembridge, JN2k108 and 7 others posted in this thread recently
I've done rough alignments myself, but prefer to take it to my local shop for the final fine-tweaking. es
GeorgeL, Mr. Alex and 10 others posted in this thread recently
Has anyone actually had their rear drums off and verified that the current Fit does not have sealed hub assemblies bolted to the beam? I've looked at several on-line parts sources and all of them seem to show a beam with bolt-on hub assemblies. The drawings look like they come from Honda. Here is the 2008 beam, the bearing spindles are clearly demountable: Here is the 2013 beam, the spindle is not shown exploded away from the beam but it might be demountable: And here is ...
robot, Jack92029 and 5 others posted in this thread recently
any one else getting horrible city mileage? avg 25 mpg all city..
Jim Grames, BILLBOGEY and 3 others posted in this thread recently
This doesn't look good. First I had dealer do alignment on my new EX with 200 miles. And so it has an issue with r/r toe that dealer says has no adjustment to fix! So I asked them to shim it. They said they can't cause honda doesn't have shim kits for it nor will they install aftermarket shim kits. So I insist they fix it and I called corporate honda(8009991009) to ask what can be done! So I took it back for a second alignment and they said they "fixed it"? Hum? I asked how ...
James Butler, Bassguitarist1985 and 3 others posted in this thread recently
Here's a picture of my new purple Fit with an all white decal. Paid $2.00 and free shipping for 2. Go on ebay save their picture of the decal and print it on a color printer. That way you can tape it on car and get a feel for what it will look like when installed. James
555sexydrive, gweeper64 and 7 others posted in this thread recently
Very in reach and not at all blocking my windshield or any controls on the dash.
Quoted from simonx314's post
"Where would one mount a tablet that would not block the windshield or dashboard and still be in reach of the driver?"
07fit916, BMW ALPINA and 4 others posted in this thread recently
T1R Header just arrived hopefully I can go to the Ceramic Coating shop tomorrow...
Waiz, Wanderer. and 3 others posted in this thread recently
Excuse me I don't know what they call in English, please forgive my poor English, cause I am Taiwanese. This spacer is kind of popular in Taiwan. So I decide to put this in my Gk5 fit. Let's check this out. About the feel with this spacer in drive I can clearly feel the accelerator responsive more quickly with in 2500-5000rpm and the powers are more smooth and a little bit of endless.
GotFitB13, Fitmo and 4 others posted in this thread recently
Got the video uploaded. Here's the sound. Yes, the phone seems to pick up sounds very well, so it sounds louder than it is, but it's not silent either.


Scangauge affecting startup?
"When I got in my car this morning the engine didn't want to start. All the instruments lit up, but when I depressed the brake - as much as I could since it's pretty stuff after sitting fit a few hours - and pressed the power button, everything just clicked like crazy for a few seconds then stopped. I tried it a few times, shutting everything off between tries. I noticed the Scangauge wasn't showing anything on the display, it was illuminated but blank. I disconnected it, pushed harder on the brake, and fidgeted the shifter (already in P) and the engine started. I don't know if it was any one of those things or all three, but has anyone else gotten just a series of clicks when trying to start the car? Is it possible the Scangauge has some effect on the car?"
john21031, hollis and 5 others posted in this thread recently
After a good number of responses requesting a new forum banner within this poll thread: We have now been given the green light to change the banner photo based on your design submissions. The final design will be chosen by the staff and the designer will recieve the following Meguiars Clean Car Kit ($40 value) Specifics: *Banner must be in the following specs 709x130 Current banner photo for reference: *Contest open until 12/31/14 *Staff will be given 2 weeks for the ...
StealthGray, DArkk and 8 others posted in this thread recently
A silicone spray lube will work better and last longer than the WD-40.
GotFitB13, tong6998 and 2 others posted in this thread recently
Already got: - Ultragauge INSTALLED - reverse park sensor kit (Ebay) w/ LED/beep display - i-vtec DOHC stickers (both rear doors) and plaque (rear hatch area) INSTALLED - Garmin Nuvi 2757LM 7" GPS INSTALLED - BlackBox G1W 1080p Dash Cam INSTALLED - Front grill JDM emblem red badge sticker inserts F & R & steering wheel INSTALLED - F & R JDM RS emblems - Stainless exhaust tip INSTALLED - non-OEM CHROME Wheel locks INSTALLED - LED bulbs for the interior INSTALLED - ...
Goobers, Ductapemaster and 3 others posted in this thread recently
I found this on a , can't say if it works on the Fit as that board is for the Honda City (similar to the Civic). Figured it'd be worth posting as it looks promising. EDIT: Found a in the Trix section. Mods, feel free to merge my post with that thread if it should be there.
noneterry, trashercan and 2 others posted in this thread recently
People, I may be missing something really obvious but the manual seems to indicate that the ext temperature is supposed to be shown in the instrument cluster above the fuel guage. Is this only available on some models like the EX-L ? I have an EX ...
economicon, stembridge and 4 others posted in this thread recently
There are three angles that come into play with wheel alignment: camber (as you described), caster (the fore-aft tilt of the wheel's vertical axis) and toe-in (difference in distance between the leading and trailing parts of the wheel. Negative camber is normal, and is offset by a bit of toe-in and caster angle adjustment to ensure tire wear is kept to a minimum. The three adjustments work together to make the car track straighter. If all three were set to a neutral ...
stembridge, GeorgeL and 7 others posted in this thread recently
Been there, done that. es
Quoted from GeorgeL's post
"The solution is simple. Drive a VW bus 100 miles over hilly terrain with crosswinds. At that point the Fit will feel as fast as a Ferrari and as stable as a locomotive! "
GeorgeL, fibrepunk and 6 others posted in this thread recently
I prefer this style of cast aluminum wrenches to the stamped steel variety. They seem to have a better fit on the end of the filter and don't slip as easily For engines with long change intervals I use Mobil 1 synthetic. It's consistent in quality and with the long intervals the cost of the oil is minimal.
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