1. Body kit

Front Bumper: Wings West W-Type

Front Bumper: Wings West W-Type

I really like the look of this bumper. It looks clean but still it's clearly different from the stock bumper but not too different. I would love to get the full Wings West W-Type body kit but unfotunately the kit is only made for the 2dr coupe Civic and I have a 3dr hb. Some other bumpers that I'm looking at if I can't get the W-Type bumper are: Wings West G5 Series lip, Wings West RS lip and Wings West Bigmouth front bumper.

I want to keep the exterior of my car clean but not bland. I want to make my car look like it came straight out of the 1990s. Moving on...

Rear Bumper: Wings West RS

Rear Bumper: Wings West RS

As I said, I want to keep the exterior clean and simple because after all this is my daily and I want to keep it kinda practical. Probably gonna get Wings West RS side skirts too because they're so 90s and I love them.

2. Other small exterior stuff:

I want to put 2 rear wings on my car and some clear tail lights. Don't know if I'd like to do anything to my headlights Some different mirrors would be nice and maybe some Z3 style fenders as well at some point. There are lots of stuff that you can do to a Civic.

This picture shows really well what I would make the rear of my Civic look. Double wings and so forth...

This picture shows really well what I would make the rear of my Civic look. Double wings and so forth...

3. Wheels

Wheels are hard thing to find mainly because most of the wheels are 5 lug wheels and Honda used 4 lug configurement back in the day. In a perfect world I would get some Racing Hart C5s, Mugen MF8s or Enkei Zenkeis but since a set of any of those wheels would cost about 3 times as much as my whole car, I'm gonna take a pass on those. My next best thing would probably be to try to get some Honda/Acura OEM wheels. My plan is to get some GS-R Integra Blades for my car as wheels. I DO NOT want to buy Rotas, Japan Racings or any other questionable quality replica wheels.

4. Engine stuff

My car has a D13B2 engine in it and it makes a massive 75hp. I could try to upgrade my current engine but I think that in the long run an engine swap is the best choice. There are lots of engines to choose from but here are the 2 engines that I would want to put in to my car: D16Z6 from the EG6 Civic Si and B16A2 from an EM1 Civic Si. If I wanted, I could later add more power to them if I wanted to.

Something little at the end:

This car will likely take many years to make mostly because I'm just a poor high school student at the moment. I don't want to rush building my car just so I can finish it sooner. I'm just going to build it piece by piece. Slow and steady as they say. These are just mods that I would eventually like to get for my car. These are just plans that I have currently. They might change drastically in the coming years.

Have a good day!

- Turbo Amuse

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