2003 Honda Civic ex
Owner: eddie Pina (03civic)
Date Added: 07/12/2004
Date Updated: 09/20/2004
Ride Specs

1.7 liter VTEC
AEM short ram intake
DC racing headers
GReddy Cat back


Custom painted


Honda Racing body kit
BOMZ aluminum spoiler
Vinyl done by Vinylworkz.com and Rallygrafix.com
Street Glow neon kit
EUROLITE head light bulbs
Altezza tail lights


17" Quantem Tek alloys




aiwa head unit
12" Rockford Fosgate
Rockford Fosgate amp

Future Mods

Denso Iridium Spark plugs
jet performance chip

Posted By: innfamous0nne
Date: 04/23/2007

Posted By: dragyn00
Date: 12/21/2005
take off!!!!!!!!! peace

Posted By: lude_speed91
Date: 06/09/2005
an auto ew owell its alot easy 2 park and drive anways lol

nice civic peep mine lata

Posted By: kenkoy
Date: 10/07/2004
love your 7th gen....anyway check mine out...thanks...later....

Posted By: savageindian
Date: 09/29/2004
shouldnt have got carried away with the paint, o ya and a 5 speed

Posted By: fidencio74
Date: 09/21/2004
you got a nica ride any plans for the future? and yes there is a big diference with the v2

Posted By: types
Date: 09/10/2004
Hello "PINA"! :)))


Posted By: chukyp16
Date: 09/06/2004
all i have to say is loose the wing its too ricey but the rest looks good

Posted By: sincityciv
Date: 09/04/2004
Nice ride bro. Not TOO heavy on the decals...interior looks awesome...all in all, nice and clean. I want to do my interior up the same way you did but in blue...how did you apply the paint and what type did you use? I'm guessin' getting all the plastics off was a pain in the a$$ also, huh? Anyway, thats all I got. Stay up.

Posted By: 7th GenCiv
Date: 09/01/2004
I don't care for big wings and euro lights. Not to shabby tho man.

Posted By: d@vid
Date: 08/26/2004
glad to see it worked out for ya...did what i said help at all?

Posted By: Importdreamer
Date: 08/16/2004
Love the rims. I am not a big fan of aluminum spoilers I used to have one. Everything else looks great. Keep up the good work.

Posted By: BrainiaC
Date: 08/13/2004
to spray the steeringwheel you can remove the cap by take out 3 or more screws. They are in the back of the steeringwheel, above and under. let me know if you get it out.

Posted By: d@vid
Date: 08/07/2004
It's an unreal pain in the ass!!!! You have to take the console around your shifter off (the plastic) Then remove the piece where the cup holders are. Once that is all gone, you can reach up under there and see a bolt, take a socket and loosen it up enough to take it out. This loosens your factory radio. Then just pop off the plastic piece around your a/c controls, cd player, ect., (be careful not to slip and scratch the plastic piece like I did because then you have to buy something like the carbon fiber dash kit to cover it) once removed and the plastic that surrounds this general area is removed, the radio pulls straight out. You have to have the installation kit to put the aftermarket cd player inso make sure about that. My pic with that was with a *****ty camera so you can't see it very well. If you get started and get stuck, e-mail me and I'll see If I can give you any further help. Remember, honda isn't exactly known for the strongest of plastic so be careful. I had to order a few new pieces due to excessive force while attempting to pull these plastic pieces.

Posted By: xhondaxchicx
Date: 07/28/2004
ur car is so sweet! I have the same one.

Posted By: d@vid
Date: 07/13/2004
Nice starter, I like the way you are going with this. If you are going to change plugs go with denso iridium, they last longer than NGK and perform better as well. The new civics are direct ignition so you get to save some cash not messing with the wires.