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    Hello!
    I'm new on this forum, but I have owned a Frost White EG8 for about 3 years now and have done a good amount of modifications to it.
    Here's a list.

    As of 01/01/17

    Most recent Picture:


    Engine
    - Chipped Phearable ECU
    - D16A6 Camshaft
    - NGK Plugs & Wires
    - Rebuilt Cylinder head
    - PWJDM Rad Stay
    - Polished Short Ram Intake
    - Nokya Polished Reservoir Cover
    - Hoso Racing Dress Up Kit
    - Mugen Oil Cap
    - Cusco Battery Tie Down
    - Full 2.25" stainless header back
    - 18" Glasspack Resonator
    - Wrapper Headers

    Suspension
    -15x8 0 Offset Diamond Racing Steelies
    - 165/45/15 achilles tires
    - 7mm rear spacers
    - eBay coil sleeves
    - Lotek Struts
    - eBay rear camber kit
    - eBay tubular front camber kit
    - Front 3-Point Upper Strut Bar
    - GSR 23mm Front Sway Bar
    - Emusa Rear LCA's

    Exterior
    - Hood Bra
    - Coupe Front Bumper
    - BYS Rep Front Lip
    - OEM JDM Ferio Spoiler
    - 50/50 tails
    - Top1 Motors sideskirt splitters
    - JDM Emblems
    - Konkord Rear Tow hook
    - Sparco Tow Strap
    - Black Housing Headlights
    - Amber Corner Lights
    - Spoon Mirrors
    - JdmSpeed Bumper Quick Releases
    - Yakima Roof Racks
    - IronFist Roof Cargo Basket
    - Rain Visors
    - Antenna Delete

    Interior:
    - NRG Short Hub
    - NRG Gen 2.8 Quick Release
    - Momo Monte Carlo Steering Wheel
    - Mario Bobble-head
    - JDM Wink Mirror
    - JDM Train Handle
    - Carbon Fiber Gauge Cluster Bezel
    - LED Gauge Cluster lights
    - GSR shift knob
    - OEM Tan Armrest
    - OEM Tan Integra Seats

    I have a full build thread on my other forum http://civic-eg.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=61&t=28131 if you want to take a look. I'm just continuing the build here as well!
    I'm making little improvements everywhere that I can, so follow me on my journey to stance.

    Here are some more pictures to give you an idea of what I've done!


    4500 rpm 2step, 7000 rpm rev limit, and a standard phearable basemap for my mods.
















    You get the general idea. Going to try and go lower in the rear. I'll keep you guys updated!
    Last edited by Loaf31; 01-01-2017 at 06:50 PM.
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


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    It would look soooo much better without the pin striping, tinted corner lights, stickers, "civic" sticker, and matching painted lip + spoiler. Welcome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rice4life View Post
    It would look soooo much better without the pin striping, tinted corner lights, stickers, "civic" sticker, and matching painted lip + spoiler. Welcome!
    thanks for the input! I'm working on removing the pinstripe and Civic Rear sticker. the Spoiler is carbon fiber, but I'm looking at trading it for a regular ITR wing and then spraying that white to match the paint.

    Much more to come
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


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    tinted corner lights, stickers, "civic" sticker, and matching painted lip + spoiler. Welcome!

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    Love it! People need to start rocking the sedans more

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWM Performance View Post
    Love it! People need to start rocking the sedans more

    - Renato
    Thanks! Yeah, there's not much sedan love anymore. I'm hoping that will change
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


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    I dig it, especially being a sedan. I like that it's got wheels and tires that fit, and fit well.
    BB6 Prelude . . E36 ///M3 . . VA WRX Limited . . 1969 Nova
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    We all love to turn heads. Sub-consciously we're all materialistic attention-craving dickheads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MommysLittleMonster View Post
    I dig it, especially being a sedan. I like that it's got wheels and tires that fit, and fit well.
    Hey thanks! I'm actually running 20mm spacers right now but yeah I'm looking at going lower in the rear because believe it or not, I actually have a bit of wheel gap. So I'm either gonna cut the springs or get my hands on some Coilover sleeves.
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


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    Some crappy cell phone pix.
    Happy thanksgiving!
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


    Instagram: @Stance_God
    My 93' EG Sedan Build ( Daily )
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    Also follow me on Instagram if you want. Or not, it's up to you lol.
    @eg8warrior
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


    Instagram: @Stance_God
    My 93' EG Sedan Build ( Daily )
    My FC3S RX-7 Build

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    yes. I need more inspiration lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tate View Post
    yes. I need more inspiration lol.
    stay tuned
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


    Instagram: @Stance_God
    My 93' EG Sedan Build ( Daily )
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    So, I came out from work yesterday night and I see this.
    No note or anything. People nowadays



    Don't worry, I've already pulled the dent with a plunger and buffed out the scuff with polishing compound.
    Last edited by Loaf31; 11-28-2015 at 12:45 PM.
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


    Instagram: @Stance_God
    My 93' EG Sedan Build ( Daily )
    My FC3S RX-7 Build

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    Good to see another sedan on here. If you're planing on going lower then id suggest bc coilovers as they are relatively cheap and go pretty low.

    Also, pls change the front bar back
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    Lucky they didn't come into your house and disrespect your whole family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxer View Post
    Good to see another sedan on here. If you're planing on going lower then id suggest bc coilovers as they are relatively cheap and go pretty low.

    Also, pls change the front bar back
    The front bumper? Nah I love the coupe front bumper. just gotta work at getting it to fit better to the fenders.
    But yeah I'm prolly just gonna grab some sleeves lmao
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


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    If you want it to fit better to the fenders, put it on a coupe.
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    Lucky they didn't come into your house and disrespect your whole family.

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    I just think the coupe bumper looks a lot more aggressive.
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


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    Turbo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tate View Post
    Turbo.
    Lmao that would be awesome, but it's a little more than I can afford right now lol
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


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    Got my Royal Stance and Stanceworks banners in.
    Little updates, but bigger things coming soon.




    And then tinkered with photoshop for a bit and got this:


    Stay tuned, guys.
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


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    My 93' EG Sedan Build ( Daily )
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    So I desperately needed more lows in the rear.
    This is before:


    Dont worry about the rust, that'll be cut out soon enough.

    The coils on and maxed.


    This is what happened when I did that.



    So I raised them almost as high as they would go. 5 threads lower than the highest.


    This is where it sits now. I'll probably drop it down a few more threads in the near future. but for now, this is better. It doesnt even feel bouncy. super happy with this
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


    Instagram: @Stance_God
    My 93' EG Sedan Build ( Daily )
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    Since I made that post (30 minutes ago), I've adjust the rears 5 threads lower. They're now sitting at 15 threads from the top.
    Fronts will be going in probably on Sunday.
    I'll take some better pictures tomorrow morning and then also on saturday morning (car show).
    Stay tuned.
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


    Instagram: @Stance_God
    My 93' EG Sedan Build ( Daily )
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    Some more pictures because I'm a picture whore.
    This is after I dropped the back.
    Put the front sleeves on this afternoon. More pics tomorrow.





    That's all for now. Stay tuned guys.
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


    Instagram: @Stance_God
    My 93' EG Sedan Build ( Daily )
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    Pictures with the front coils adjusted, rear fenders pulled slightly, and the rear coils adjusted.




    Pardon how dirty she is. But still need more lows.
    Some people will never understand it, why we do what we do.
    The busted knuckles and the late nights in the garage;
    it's more than a hobby or pastime, it's a lifestyle. We live it."


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    My 93' EG Sedan Build ( Daily )
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    It's getting better!

    Are you going to re paint this thing some time?


    http://honda-tech.com/honda-civic-de...-sedan-872476/

    read that.

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