A: An 92′ to 95′ civic si hatchback DOES come with a sunroof. You could probably buy one of these cars for about 2 to $3,000.
Q: where can I find parts for a 1989 honda civic hatchback that are for sale cheap?
A: Salvage yard – especially one that specializews in Hondas like Fatzinger’s.
Q: How would I put upholstery in the rear of my 91 Honda Civic?
I got a 91 Honda Civic hatchback pretty cheap, runs great
It came with front seats but the back is all gutted out, the rear seats have been taken out and the carpet/upholstery was also stripped. There’s a rear swaybar in place, guess the previous owner needed
I’m just curious if it’s possible to take it somewhere to at least get it covered up
A: You could get side panels ls etc. from junkyard, – possibly replace carpeting too (if it comes out usable), — but you might just put carpet over the swaybar, — possibly boxing area, – or making spacer to bring carpet above swaybar if right at floor level! The side panels could them be trimmed to match floor line, and nobody will even give a second look at it!
With a little ingenuity and effort, you could probably do this yourself, and save quite a bit of money over having professional do it!
And you have about 4-5 years before 91 that are very similar or the same, – as the newer model starts in 92! So there should be lots of them around in junkyards, — and possibly you can turn up what you need on Craig’s list or eBay too!
Q: Anyone have a jdm engine for a 92-95 honda civic hatchback that they are willing to sell cheap (like under 800
A: Your best bet is a salvage pool or auto trader, to be that specific and at that price you will probably get a defective title. Not the car just the title making it impossible to re-sell.
Q: Motor upgrades for a 92-95 honda civic hatchback, what motors are good and cheap?
Personally im not gunna race for 1 or 2 years after having the car which is when i will do a k20 motor swap. But for now i want to either leave it stock and just add headers, intake, and an exhaust for a nice sound. If i leave it stock can i add a turbo kit and intercooler and all that and stillll get the sound from the blow off valve or should i just buy a cheap blow off valve to add to the car for the sound of the bov and wait until a motor swap to get the turbo oooooooorrrrrrrrrrrrrrr swap a motor in either b16 or b18 and do headers intake turbo system and exhaust and then wen i go to swap the motor can all those parts work on the new motor.
A: I hope you’re not going to be doing the work. First off, you CANNOT just add a bov to your car. I’m sure you want real high style points but you will not get it. Won’t work. Sorry. You say you want a good motor. Perfect you are buying a Honda. Not a problem. You want it cheap. Perfect the car comes stock with a D series. Upgrade to a z6 head if you want for vtec. If you buy an Si, it comes with a b16. I recommend looking for a hatch with low miles and the D series. I am sure there will be a lot of people here telling you go with a b16/b18. But we all know the b16 is a torqueless monster. The LS would be your best bet if you want to turbo. But honestly you will see more out of the D series on the side for reliability if it’s tuned properly. The stock crank can handle up to 600whp. You will not even need to sleeve the bottom end. Just upgrade to forged internals. Upgrade the fuel system. Get a complete turbo kit off ebay. Take it to your local dyno and have it TUNED. It will be faster than you want to go.
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Q: I have a Honda Civic hatchback (obd2) What is the best/cheapest way to get to 250hp?
I was thinking b20, but it looks like I could run into a few problems. any suggestions? I’d rather not use a turbo/supercharger or NOS.
A: if you have a d series engine its gonna be costly and dificult to get 250 hp with it being naturally aspirated. so the fastest cheapest way would be forced air or swap an already built engine into it.
Q: will a s2000 muffler fit in a 1994 honda civic hatchback cx?
so i bought a s2k muffler for really cheap and was wondering if it will fit on my hatch..i know it will need custom hinges but the muffler is pretty big..thanks in advance
A: ya it should fit but ya might have to make some brackets and stuff …….and the inlet might be a little to big but ya can always make it smaller with sum pipe
Q: would honda eg hatchback coilover kit fit in 2002 hyundai accent gsi?
im getting the adjustable coilover kit brand new for MADDD cheap but their made for honda civic hatchback… will they fit? if not what kind of moddifications will i need to make? these two cars are VERY similar underbody and identical engine bays so im hoping suspension is similar
A: Japanese Civic coilovers fit a Korean Hyundai?
im just guessing but no.
due the right thing and buy the coilovers meant for the car to be installed on.
Q: 1993 honda civic hatchback. where can i find part on the internet.?
not ebay. just sites where its cheap to get accessories and body parts best answer gets 10 pionts.
A: If your looking for stock parts there is www.d-a-p.com and carparts.com. Don’t know if your looking for stock or aftermarket parts.
Q: Which would be cheaper to insure generally speaking a Honda Civic coupe or Mazda 3 Hatchback?
A: check with your insurance company because alot depends on YOUR driving history, where youre located…etc.
but in general the mazda will be cheaper because they dont get stolen as often as mazdas.
Q: What is a cheap way to increase power in my Honda?
I have a 94 Honda Civic CX Hatchback. I just put a new used motor in it (another stock motor from a 95) and Id just like to add a little umph to my little car. Any inexpensive ways to do this? Maybe air intake? And what brands should I look into?
A: Just go with some simple bolt on power.
A cold air intake (AEM), headers (DC Sports), and full exhaust (5Zigen, Apexi, HKS, Tanabe) will get your engine breathing better and free up a little more horsepower. Intake manifolds arent all that expensive and can make some difference. I really like my Skunk2 but I guess Edlebrock makes some good ones too.
AEM makes a great pulley set for damn near every Honda ever made. Remove your AC and power steering to relieve parasitic load of the engine. AEM makes adustable cam gears too, that are lighter than stock and can be tuned in the future to make more power. Since stock cam tuning is a little on the conservative side.
Upgrading your fuel system is an option too. AEM also makes an excellent fuel rail, fuel filter, and fuel pressure regulator for Hondas. Walbro makes the best fuel pumps out there in my opinion. If you bolt those on you can turn up the fuel pressure a little bit and feed the engine a little more fuel to make a bit more power.
Spark plugs (Bosch) and wires(MSD) are another inexpensive way to get a little more kick too. A new ignition coil(MSD) and ignition control box (MSD) are always options further down the road as well.
But if you dont care about the engine or you have plans in the future to get another then I would just spray the piss out of it with some nitrous(Zex or Nitrous Express) for some extra zip…for now. But if you plan on holding on to this engine…stay away from nitrous.
You could get an ECU reflash (Hondata) but if your lookin for just some more “umph” I would wait to do this until you start getting into the more extensive mods.
Q: Honda Civic vs. VW Golf/GTI?
I am working on saving up for my first car. I don’t have a ton of money, so I can’t really buy a new car of any kind. What I am looking for in a car is: Good Mileage, good reliability, low cost/difficulty of repairs/mods, and All around lower cost over the next few years. The three cars I am looking at are:
1. 2001-2005 Honda Civic
I would love to get one of these civics, but they are at the higher end of my price range. Ive seen them used from $4000- $8,000. This is at the higher end of what I would like to spend, but I was thinking it may be cheaper in the long run, seeing as repairs can really add up on older cars.
2. 1998-2003 Volkswagon Golf or GTI
These have always been one of my favorite cars. I don’t know much about these at all compared to civics. Ive seen the used from $4000 to $10,000, which seems like a lot. Are VW’s as reliable/easy to repair as Hondas?
3. 1991 Honda Civic Hatchback
Definitely the cheapest option for me, I can easily get one of these in great condition for under $4000. The problem is since they are much older, they will have higher mileage and thus more problems in the long run. I would expect to spend a bit to get a car this old into good running condition, but I’m not sure.
All I am asking is what would be the best/most cost efficent car out of these? I’m my top pick would be the newer Civic, but it will be hard to get the money together for it. The ‘91 Civic Hatch is the most likely car for me to get, but who knows. let me know your opinion.
A: You also should compare car insurance quotes for cars before buying one, for example here – carquotes.fateback.com
Q: 2007 ford focus 1.6 duratec hatchback vs 2007 1.4 honda civic si hatchback?
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2007 ford focus 1.6 duratec hatchback vs 2007 1.4 honda civic si hatchback?
hello everyone. I am thinking of buying a car and i test drived honda civic and ford focus. I am still troubled about which one to buy. My priorities are reliability, fuel economy and comford.
The honda civic is more economic (1-2litres per 100 km) but does not have cruise control and the ford focus does not have vsa and a sixth gear.
also the ford focus is 1700 euros cheaper. Which one do you recoment?
A: Honda does not make a 1.4 Si. It’s 2.0. The Si will be much faster, much nicer and much more reliable. Although, the duratec motor from Ford is quite lively with a few bolt ons it will still never live up to the reputation of the k20 that Honda produces.
Q: Honda Civic 94 Hatchback ricer question.for racing and tuning!?
Here is the deal i want to buy a Civic which costs around 900$(Northern europe) it has 1.6L SOHC VTEC 123 HP. Now the fun part starts.Firstly i want to upgrade it’s engine.I think the first thing would be to buy a turbo.Here are my questions and i would appreciate the person who would write me a great answer so i could understand,not just a few words.
first Q is wheter the first thing to do is to buy the turbo?
Secondly i really want the engine tuning to be cheap at the start,what are the cheap modifiations that would boost my cars performance?
Thirdly,could you bring up a small list of modifications that is needed at the start to build up?
Please help me..
A: You probably don’t want to add a turbo strait away — the internals on a D16 engine can only handle about 5psi of boost, and even that after a while will wear the engine, you need to upgrade internals first to get the most out of your turbo, so that’s cams, pistons, crankshaft and the engine block itself — as i say they are not a must to installing a turbo — just recommended.
the cheapest mods to begin with are really intake, so a good induction kit, and cold air feed, intake manifold and throttle body. exhaust system would be good aswell — price depends on the type, cat-back, full from manifold etc – but generally from around £100 to anywhere to £450+
getting the ECU performance chipped has a good £:bhp ratio aswell, although if you are going to add a turbo you will have to remap it to run that properly aswell. As well as just performance mods consider the free ones — weight reduction, remove back seats, interior panels etc — it will improve acceleration by bettering the power:weight ratio and improve cornering at the same time.
to start a build up you want to focus on light engine mods, so intake etc, improve brakes and suspension, and then move onto more advanced stuff like *camshafts, *high comp pistons (low comp if you are going turbo) *headers, *sleeving cylinders, *valves, *clutch, *flywheel* crankshaft *rods and turbo, and then map/tune the ECU to run it all properly
if you haven’t got the car yet i would advise getting the VTi with the 160bhp B16A2 engine — they are a better platform of you are going to put serious money in, although a D16 will give you decent performance aswell.
Try joining a forum like Honda-tech or Hondacivicforum and you can ask for advice as you go along from people who have done it themselves, they can recommend the best parts and combos from experience and ive always found that people on forums are always happy to help as its a specialist enthusiast community
Q: Buy a £550 Honda Civic!?
I have a black M reg 1995 1.4 elec pack Honda Civic hatchback for sale. It has done about 118000 miles, full service history, mot till January 2008. It will be taxed for 6 months. I have used it most days for work and it has never let me down. Cam belt has been changed. There is no problem i know of with the car; the exhaust has just been serviced and i have put a new tyre on. I havent advertised it yet, just seeing if i get a response here!
I am selling because i have a slightly newer car as a result of an unexpected deal from a family member! As a first time buy or cheap motor it would be a great car. low insurance. I am in the High Wycombe area so anyone interested?
The driveshaft gaiter( a rubber boot) was replaced a week ago but no problem with joint as i caught it in time.)
A: thats cheap, i would have added an extra 200 quid on top, maybe even 300…. Good Luck!