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THE EPIC SAGA OF WHEEL SELECTION

THE EPIC SAGA OF WHEEL SELECTION

Im not even sure the best way to start off this post. You see, some people feel like I’m going crazy for writing an article about wheel fitment on a Fit. They say things like… “That’s not very functional” or “now you’re all about stance?” For starters, yes, this is very functional. Angies car isn’t just a cookie cutter civic/integra where all the perfect ┬árecipes are at your finger tips, and making them look good is as easy as searching…

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HONDA FIT UPGRADES (J’s muffler, Takeda cold air intake, and camber bolts)

HONDA FIT UPGRADES (J’s muffler, Takeda cold air intake, and camber bolts)

Angies been bit badly by the modification bug! Now that she has her own car thats worth fixing up, she’s going ham. As we all know too well, once you start modifying your car there is a never ending domino effect of parts that you need to keep adding. She started with the wheels, then it looked funny because the car wasn’t lowered. She ordered swift springs to make it look better, and improve performance. Next up were window visors,…

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Swift Spring install on FIT GK5

Swift Spring install on FIT GK5

As you all know 2 months ago we picked up a brand new 2019 Honda Fit for Angie. Now that she has a brand new car, that’s sporty, relevant, 6 speed, and all her own she has been bitten by the modifying bug. As an automotive enthusiast we know that its impossible to leave a car stock, especially one that you truly love. Angie and I have been together for the last 17 years, we met doing car stuff through…

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A Daily for my daily…

A Daily for my daily…

Last Wednesday February 27th between 10:00am and 2:00pm my daily EK was stolen from my work parking lot! While I was no more than 300 feet away inside my work! For my whole life I have always been extra cautious about things that I owned and gone the extra mile to make sure they haven’t gotten stolen. When I was growing up we lived in an upscale part of southern California but it was a constant struggle for my parents…

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