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Old 10-29-2016, 10:23 AM
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Even though I'm NOT a member...
I simply don't invest at this level of "modding".

While it certainly appears it can be and become an expensive hobby and past time, it's innocent enough.

Obsession can come on all different levels.
I admit, I bought two sets of license plate frames, because I didn't like the first set I bought.
Plus it's taken 3 steering wheel cover purchases before I found one I liked.

Throw in the OEM cargo cover, and a cargo net, and I'm only about $1750 dollars away from picking up my membership card.

Who am I kidding?
My mods usually start and end in the automotive aisle at Wally World.
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I'm roughly at $2.5k in mods right now. I plan on getting some suspension parts as a Christmas gift to myself and that'll put me around $3.5k after all is said and done. Still a bunch I want to do too.

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Old 11-23-2016, 12:17 PM
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I have spent very little on anything that doesn't enhance engine performance or handling.. I'm pretty sure that I have spent at least six or eight thousand on parts.. My wife recently discovered $2500 in stuff I had hidden under clothing in a closet..
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Old 11-23-2016, 08:35 PM
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Dang people still spend money on their Fits?! Hahahaha
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I got my GK5 6MT about a year ago and I've kept it low-key but made it a pleasure to drive.

HKS Silent Hi-Power Exhaust: $310
Resonator Delete: $60
HPS CAI: $250
Swift Sway Bar: $180
RS-R Springs: $220
Sparco Trofeo Rims: $510
Rear 20mm Spacers: $40
Buddy Club Short Shift: $160
Sparco Piuma Shift Knob: $80
Honda All-Weather Floormats: $102
"Genuine Leather" Boot: $15
Aluminum Fit Pedals: $40
Bluetooth OBD Scanner: $60
Suction Phone Mount: $20

Puts me at $2,047 at the moment. I'm planning on doing an HID retrofit so that'll tip the scales further. I'm enjoying taking my totally base model fit and making it more luxury as well as faster (and louder )






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I'm waiting now but, I just bought the Tein Flex Z kit and front and rear Cusco strut bars. I'm hoping I get the coilovers this week, the STB are coming directly from Japan. Sad face!
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Old 04-01-2017, 10:23 PM
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Awaiting my BC-Racing coilovers. Should arrive wednesday. Hope to install over the weekend.
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Stella V's coming in this week.
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Old 05-31-2017, 09:21 PM
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Amuse titanium lug nuts. Worth most than most people's wheels...
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Turbo kit with upgraded Holset HX35 (very long down the road when I fix the car and turn it into a track car)
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I've spent too much


Rims and tires $1200
Sound System $1300
Interior. $1600
Heated Seats. $450
Sunroof. $2200
Exhaust. $700
Short Throw. $75
Short Ram. $60
Led Conversion $120

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and it is still red - lol

Holy crap what did you do to interior? I put Clazzios in mine for about $600 Cdn and my heated seats were like $100. My HKS exhaust was $400 Cdn.
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and it is still red - lol

Holy crap what did you do to interior? I put Clazzios in mine for about $600 Cdn and my heated seats were like $100. My HKS exhaust was $400 Cdn.

Most of it was custom.

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Sparco Trofeo Rims: $510
Rear 20mm Spacers: $40

^ Wheels and spacers look just right!
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Old 06-19-2018, 12:58 PM
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I wonder if there should be an opposite thread, for the cheap skates like myself =)
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Old 06-19-2018, 01:46 PM
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$2000 is a pretty low number, tbh. (For car modification, it is still a sizable amount of money)
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Old 06-19-2018, 01:57 PM
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Current Fit - Nowhere near $2000
Tanabe Touring Medallion - $100
Pioneer Double DIN touchscreen - $75
3D Mats - $100
OEM S2000 shift knob - $0


First Fit -
J's lip/grill - $600
Advan Kreuzer XII + 195/50/15 Yoko S.Drive - $750 (all new, crazy deal on the wheels)
Tein S.Tech - $130
RS*R C&K - $90
J's Type S Spoiler - $230
Buddy Club shift knob - $40

I still fell short (1840ish) hahaha

S2000-
J's Lip/Canards - $1260
Recaro Pole Position TUV/Side rails - $1300
HKS Hipermax IV GT - $1220
J's 60RS Ti - $100
J's S2 RCA - $305
Mugen Compliance Bushings - $110
Arvou Shift Knob - $100
NSX-R Shift Boot - $130
Mugen License Plate Bolts - $40
ASM License Plate Bolts - $60
ARC Ti Cooling Plate - $230
Honda Access Floor Mats - $300
Advan RGIII 17x9 +45 $1700
Falken Azenis RT615K+ 255/40/17 $550
Racing Hart CP035 17x9.5 +43 $1100 (for three, still need one more)
CWest Eyeline Kit $100
Mugen header & catback $950
EVS Racing High Flow Cat $230
Ballade Sports Engine/Trans Mounts $200


I think I'm okay on that one.
New stuff in red. I hate this hobby.
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