2000 Honda Civic Si
Owner: andrew (oraznal)
Date Added: 12/22/2004
Date Updated: 12/23/2004
Photos
Ride Specs
Engine

stock

Interior

NR white-faced gauges

Exterior

stock

Wheels/Tires

15 inch Flik Blast-C (spoon/slipstream replica)
205/50/15 Falken Ziex 512 tires

Supension/Braking

Pro-Kit springs with KYB AGX adjustable shocks

Audio/Electronics

Alpine 9805 HU, Alpine EQ, 6.5" Alpine Type R Component Front Speakers, Garbage Pioneer 6x9's for rear fill, Rockford Fosgate 200 watt Punch 4 channel amp for speakers, 300 watt Kenwood Excelon Amp for 10 inch Alpine Type R Sub, Hardwired Passport 8500.

Future Mods

Front and rear slotted/cross drilled rotors, Stainless Steel brake lines, Hawk HPS brake pads.

Comments
Posted By: Justin
Date: 12/28/2004
looks good! prob just recommend some better pics...hehehe

Posted By: oraznal
Date: 12/24/2004
thanks guys. All pics up now are post-drop. what a difference an inch makes indeed. The pro kits lowered it about 1.3 inches.

Posted By: rce^rkt
Date: 12/23/2004
the stock sir rims looks nicer i think

Posted By: Tsuwabuki
Date: 12/23/2004
Drop it like it's hot.

Posted By: MaDeCiViC
Date: 12/23/2004
yeah i 'm feelin the look so far....just lower it, and what happend to the stock si wing?

Posted By: AllShowNoGo :o)
Date: 12/23/2004
Looks cold there ,you need those pics though

Posted By: 4dr
Date: 12/22/2004
wait nvm i read the comments, I like how the whole car looks though, the black on black is nice

Posted By: 4dr
Date: 12/22/2004
looks pretty goofy with small rims and not lowered

Posted By: jezekracing
Date: 12/22/2004
Yeah, need some pics with the drop...nice look tho, I'm feelin the all black. Late.

Posted By: phixion
Date: 12/22/2004
Ok, my bad, just realized the day pic is before the drop. What a differance an inch or two makes! =)

Posted By: phixion
Date: 12/22/2004
Good work so far, doesn't look much lowered though... Getting slotted/drilled rotors is making you waste your money on the rest of the brake goodies. I'd recommend getting either just slotted, or blank rotors as you'll significantly lose braking surface area and performance with drilled rotors, not to mention they warp very easily and crack just as easily as well. I'd also flush and refill the fluid with something like ATE Super Blue DOT4, or Motul brake fluid. Good luck!