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Thread: Newbie- 91 accord and 06 CRV

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    Talking Newbie- 91 accord and 06 CRV

    Hello all and thanks for having me, what a very cool concept and I’m really looking forward to participating. I’ve found there’s few places better than when with a big group of people who all have something important in common (e.g. sporting event, political rally, family reunion etc)

    I’ve had a91 accord for 5 years and have come so far to the Honda side that my fiancé and I just got an 06 CRV...we have also had an 03 accord and a 13 civic..we are definitely a Honda family... over the last two or three years I’ve finally got my hands dirty (having a master mechanic next door don’t hurt)... he told me a while back that “you’re not just a part-replacer, you’re a mechanic”... very proud moment... still learning, but loving it... I’m looking forward to learning from some of y’all as well... thanks for letting me in!!

    J in Georgia

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    Wow, you are a true-blue Honda enthusiast. I recently bought a 2014 Honda Civic Si. My first car is a 2008 Honda Civic and though I also own an F150, owning a Civic again has always been in my mind.

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    Have you done any modifications to your car for the past few months?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan Harris View Post
    Have you done any modifications to your car for the past few months?
    Bought a new spoiler Now it looks really great, my opinion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy Snow View Post
    Bought a new spoiler Now it looks really great, my opinion!
    Sounds like good cosmetic mods. Got some photos to share?

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    Well lads, this is the 5000th post Ive made and I pride myself on the fact that at least a few of them made sense

    Looking forward to the next 5000 now

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    Always good to have a pressure gauge in the glove box. I had nitrogen mixed in with the air last time I purchased tires and found that the pressures remained stable over a longer period than just air alone.

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    I have a similar digital guage and local servo and my guage are 5 psi different lol ...

    But ive found with my car that has 205/40/17 ..34 psi seems to be good for me other pressures seem to hard or to soft ...

    Pierre

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