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Just like the previous Civics before it, there should be countless options for modifications with this 11th gen Civic.

For anyone that's planning on doing some mods to their car, what's the first thing you're going to? For me I'm thinking of getting the windows tinted and I'm going to for a set of summer wheels, maybe something like a Cosmis R1.
 

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It really depends on what I get. If Honda offers decent tires from the factory I'll stick with those. If not.. then tires.

After that, cold air intake and a suspension setup. Probably something mild to start.
Are there a particular set of tires that you go with? For summer tires, I like Bridgestone Potenza RE-11's.
 

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Not a bad choice. I like the Potenza RE-050A tires. I think I had those on my old S2000.

I love the Michelin Pilot Sport (anything), but they are so damn expensive.

For now, maybe the Toyo Prozes Sport.
You can never go wrong with Pilots, but yeah the price is a lot. I've never used Toyos before I hear they're pretty solid as well.
 

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Good morning folks!! Just a heads up that we've got 10 new vinyl overlay products ready to go for this platform to help style it up! Check out our shop on Etsy!
The chrome delete kit looks great. How easy is it to apply?

 

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The chrome delete kit looks great. How easy is it to apply?

Great question! Our kits are designed to be form fitting to the chrome trim as with our 10th gen civic kits which are very similar in style. It requires patience and a steady hand plus a heat gun or hair dryer and a squeegee or credit card to tuck. We have an install video on our Facebook page that goes into more detail on this to help folks as well plus we're always here.to answer any questions!
 
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