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Hey all, getting a second hand 1.4 SE on 3rd of November(already bought but the bumper needs to be fixed), stumbled across this site looking for some help on fake exhaust covers instead of the crappy plastic ones the 1.4's come with :P Couldnt find much so if anyone can shed some light (thats cheaper than 100) on things i would be in debt

Anywho, seems like a nice place to bumble around when i need some help
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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 23rd October 2008, 21:24
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Hi and welcome to civinfo

Good to hear you are getting a Civic.

Have a look here :http://www.civinfo.com/forum/engines...aust-pics.html that might help

And here: http://www.civinfo.com/forum/engines...st-covers.html

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Welcome from a fellow 1.4SE owner!
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Those were some quick replies :P from what ive seen it looks like wheelchair was beaten for a change

I'd already seen those threads and i didnt really want to have to buy loads of things to fiddle with, was hoping for a pop in job :P
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Those were some quick replies :P from what ive seen it looks like wheelchair was beaten for a change
I seem to have quite a reputation these days!
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I hadent seen that one, kinda backs up the fact that i need to ask the dealer about it when i get the car Would love to buy those ones that "Cho" was selling but that was almost a year ago so i doubt i could get them plus my fiancee would shoot me for buying parts for a car i dont even have yet :P

I might end up trying to find out what it would look like if i painted the black covers that are already there... might try to photoshop it and see what it comes out like... im thinking it would look kinda lame but its cheap and if it turns out to look nice then im all for it
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You getting the i-Shift on your 1.4?
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thanks dimp

I-Shift?

Excuse my ignorance i dont know much about these new civics since its so hard to find info on them (due to the yanks haveing a different model called the same thing etc.etc. ). I dont know a great deal about cars but i pick things up... ya know
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Sorry to have to bump this already but...

What is I-Shift? Honda's automatic gearbox?
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Its a semi auto. You can change with the steering wheel paddles, sequential gear lever or leave it in auto, and its fab!
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Oh, tiptronic... ok, no i dont have that, i perfer to drive hehe. I'd get too bored with it.
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Its very good, you wouldn't get bored, believe me!

One little flick of your finger and instant gearchange - brilliant!
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i just read up a bit about it on some websites, seems like its actually good not for me though, maybe when im a bit older and want a different driving experience
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Young whippersnapper!!
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i just read up a bit about it on some websites, seems like its actually good not for me though, maybe when im a bit older and want a different driving experience
You youngsters are all the same, no spirit of adventure. Good luck with it and enjoy it to the full
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