Discussion in 'Build Threads' started by JAMES JANZEN, Sep 16, 2019.
that's acuity old model shifter, I don't work at a shop, so I have to pay full price or buy it used like I did with the used Hondata for $350-came with no box or software but saved me $350.
I'mma just leave this here:
Yeah, I know it's the old model. The odds of a civic traded in with this shifter at my work are very low. Everyone was like what's your problem when I made a big deal about it.
That's pretty cool. Doesn't ship to Canada though. I want the white esco knob from acuity. They're always sold out though. Might get a purple one.
This is the donor car
maybe you should take the wheels too, looks like there might be some other parts also.
not a fan of the wheels, offset is too high. they are enkei though. tires are brand new. the other problem is id have to replace the wheels with my oem wheels which im not willing to do. didnt like the tires either. i checked everything on the car, nothing else worth swapping. old worn out k tuned shifter bushings and an old warm air intake.
Gonna leave the cover off? I love the way that Acuity looks. So dang slick!
no, im covering it. i dont like how it looks with it off. hard to do because its a work of art.
I feel you. I'm not sure that I could rock it without the cover either. I just know I would drop stuff in there all the time.
You're Canadian? Sorry to go total bumpkin mode on you but what's Canada like?
canada be like
Hot in the summer cold in the winter, universal health care and no trump. It's pretty good. ( Sorry if you're a trump supporter).
I'm not a Trump supporter, don't sweat it. I gotta visit Canada after I visit California!
Also-- follow up question: How high up the continent do people live in Canada? on a map, there's a bunch of little islands at the top of Canada-- are there towns and stuff up that high?
Possibly. Most of that is Nunavut ( Inuit ). Formerly Eskimos. It's amazing how little Americans know about Canada. Where are you from?
Vast majority live within 100 kilometers (62miles) of the US line.
You'd be surprised about how little Americans know about anything other than America. And most don't know much about that either.
i live on the tip of southern ontario on that map. im further south than a lot of the US and about as far south as northern california.
Oh yeah. You're basically in Michigan. haha
Canada too cold, my escort radar detector can't be picked up by Monty's with detector detector. I hear they are banned there. Honda's are the most popular cars in Canada, that's all I know. the map says people want to live on the border with US, must mean something. The Maine border with Canada almost no lives there in the US. I like used Honda parts too. I like triumph because he canned CA EPA waver. I can't think of any place I hate more than CA, I may ban buying anything from there. My china Gas spout works just fine. And I like to leave my car running just to watch smog come out just kidding about leaving the car running-I shut off the car sometimes come to rolling park, I like how honda starts up sop easy with the 05/25 ultra pennziol
you answered your own question
It means it’s warmer the further south you go. The amount of people who want to live like Inuit (eskimos) in northern canada is likely pretty low.
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