Just installed these on my 1.0 SE. Front ones really easy, back ones really fiddly! Look okay though and definitely reducing the amount of leaf mould that is getting chucked up the sides at the moment!How about the original Honda ones. I think it is a set of 4, part no. 08P00TGL600. Don't know how effective they are. Price on ebay seems to be a shade under £60.
i saw them when i looked at the FK2 typeR. I didnt end up with them, as the design of the FK2 CTR wheel arch means the mudflaps essentially dish as there is so much curve. Anything rigid wouldnt work.They do look very neat, just enough to do the job while still looking quite subtle.
They also seem easy to fit, although I do not like the prospect of drilling into my wheel arches. :neutral:
I am also looking to install these on my 1.0 SR. Do you need to drill any holes to fit them in or do they fit into the existing holes? Thanks in advance.Just installed these on my 1.0 SE. Front ones really easy, back ones really fiddly! Look okay though and definitely reducing the amount of leaf mould that is getting chucked up the sides at the moment!
I contacted Cox Motorparts about these mudflaps to see if they can get them in the UK,I got a reply last night saying they are still waiting for a response back from Honda.Honda have now released mudguard for the 1.5 sport & sport plus models.
Part # 08P00-TGG-100A
I bought a set of Mudguards off a guy on here for the 9G. Front ones fitted fine but the rears didn't as the pre-facelift rear guards don't fit the 9G facelift. So stuck with a set of rears for the 9G that are as good as an ashtray on a motorbike.https://www.civicx.com/threads/mud-flaps-on-hatch.7592/
Just found this after you made me see what was around for 9th gen
Judging by what is said here, you won't be able to fit them on sport models as they don't fit with side skirts.
Anyone know of mudguards for 9th gen?