5 Best Aftermarket Mods for Honda Civics

The Honda Civic is one of the most popular cars on the road. Combining fuel efficiency with fantastic looks, it takes you where you want to go in style.

The only thing better than a fresh-from-the-factory vehicle is one that you’ve tuned out yourself. Here are the top five mods to check out when making the Civic your own.

1. Cold Air Intake Systems

Converting your Civic to a cold-air intake is quick, easy, and gives you extra throttle and sound that will make sure you turn heads when ripping down the road. Since it’s one of the simplest mods to install yourself, you can even get discounts with online coupons on auto parts and tools to get you started.

2. Exhaust

Sure, you can stick with Honda’s exhaust and muffler system, but why? There are plenty of options that will make your Civic look better and sound meaner, all while boosting performance.

3. Brakes/Rotors

There’s no sense in adding power and performance if you don’t have the means to stop when you need to. Keep safety a top priority by swapping out stock brakes and rotors, and give your wheels a new look at the same time. 

4. Suspension Kits

Lowering your Civic’s profile does more than making it look cool. Quality suspension kits will help reduce the center of gravity and make cornering a breeze. 

5. Alloy Wheels

Let’s face it, a great set of rims does a lot to make any car look impressive. If you’re getting the Civic new, get the cheapest option for wheels since you’re just going to swap them out for something much better later.

When it comes to getting your mods, you might ask “Is there a store that sells auto parts near me?” Don’t worry, many of these components can be purchased online as well as in stores, making modding your Civic even more convenient!

The 18th edition of Maruti Suzuki Raid De Himalaya is speeding your way, are you ready to match up with it?

The hills will come alive once again with the reverberating sounds of machines as man battles it out on the world’s highest arena at the 18th edition of the Maruti Suzuki Raid de Himalaya.

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The countdown has begun for the world’s highest motorsport event which is all set to kick off this year on 8th October from the Manali. Undoubtedly, the stakes run even higher this time as the rally runs on new roads this year!

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The capital of Spiti, Kaza, which sits on the eroded floodplain at an altitude of 12,500 feet will be the first stop for the Raid. From thereon, it will make its way towards Sarchu, picturesque Leh and then back to Manali over the course of 7 days, covering approx. 2000 kms. The extreme test of mental endurance and physical fitness will see a battle of hostile proportions with participants dodging tough terrains and inclement weather as the race culminates in Manali on 15th October for the grand prize distribution.

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No amount of preparation can seem enough, no grit and endurance questioned, no mountain appears less daunting, the mecca of rallying in Asia sends even the unshakeable souls stirring with its extremes with highest altitude of 17500 ft and temperatures as low as -15 c.

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Taking the excitement a notch higher will be Maruti Suzuki’s all-new compact SUV, the Vitara Brezza, which will be making its debut appearance at the rally this year.

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About the Rally:


Maruti Suzuki Raid-de-Himalaya is one of the two off-road motor rallies from India listed in the annual motorsport calendar of Switzerland based Federation Internationale Automobile (FIA) and Federation Internationale Motorcyclisme (FIM). The Maruti Suzuki Raid De Himalaya will be run in compliance with the International Sporting Code of the FIA, National Competition Rules (NCR) & General Prescriptions of the FMSCI.

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The rally is organized with the aim of conducting motor sporting events in the Himalayan regions of Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Uttarakhand. All members of Himalayan Motorsport Association have been associated with motorsport for the last 20 to 30 years as rally drivers or organizers, across the country. 200 + qualified Scrutineers and Stewards who have current Scrutineer and Steward Licenses from the FMSCI will be making sure that rally sets some new standards this time.

 

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