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What mod are you doing to your Integra first?

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Okay, let's be honest here. None of us are going to leave our Integras stock for long. Especially me.

SOOOOOO... realistically speaking what mods are you hoping to throw on first? Intake and exhaust? Maybe some springs and wheels? A tune? Maybe some little lips/boy accessories etc?

Tell me what you think this car needs and what you want to see come out of our doors. Anything and everything is fair game at this point.
 

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Yessssssss!

Exterior-wise, I'm interested in a front lip and side skirts. I wish the factory duckbill spoiler was optional so something more aggressive could be added, but it clips in and would leave holes. I'll buy your tuner just as soon as it's out, but I think that's as far as I'd be comfortable going during the 2 year factory warranty period. After that, I'm open to front and down pipes, one of your turbo upgrades, and an intake to start.
 

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Okay, let's be honest here. None of us are going to leave our Integras stock for long. Especially me.

SOOOOOO... realistically speaking what mods are you hoping to throw on first? Intake and exhaust? Maybe some springs and wheels? A tune? Maybe some little lips/boy accessories etc?

Tell me what you think this car needs and what you want to see come out of our doors. Anything and everything is fair game at this point.
Shifter upgrades, which I feel safe to assume will just carry over directly from the 11th gen Civic. Throwing on my OG Acuity ESCO shift knob. Probably a rear motor mount. Likely a tune and hope the trans doesn't start slipping right away.
 

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Depends how the car drives. The more engaging the better. I gravitate towards suspension first.
Would have loved to still have my 95 civic DX with no power steering to compare 🤣
 

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Also, a rear sway bar is typically a great upgrade as well. If I read the thread on Civixi.com correctly, 10th gen bars should work on the Integra, which would be great.
 
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Also, a rear sway bar is typically a great upgrade as well. If I read the thread on Civixi.com correctly, 10th gen bars should work on the Integra, which would be great.
I would think so. Will find out.
 

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Tune, intake, rear sway bar, front strut tower brace, front/down pipes, maybe an exhaust later on. Those are my go to within first year or two most likely. Maybe an upgrade to Type S brembos if they can be mounted to non Type S cars. Can do so on the TLX's. Also may just upgrade to the Type S depending on if I'm able to and if it is worth the upgrade 😂

as far as appearance goes, maybe a lip, side skirts, and the acura carbon fiber spoiler
 
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Tune, intake, rear sway bar, front strut tower brace, front/down pipes, maybe an exhaust later on. Those are my go to within first year or two most likely. Maybe an upgrade to Type S brembos if they can be mounted to non Type S cars. Can do so on the TLX's. Also may just upgrade to the Type S depending on if I'm able to and if it is worth the upgrade 😂

as far as appearance goes, maybe a lip, side skirts, and the acura carbon fiber spoiler
Think will see the Type S this year at all or it will be next year?
 

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Think will see the Type S this year at all or it will be next year?
Hope so, I can see it being fall/winter reveal. Hoping it is at same time as the Type R but doesn’t seem likely. May be good indication of what the Type S could be though 🤔
 

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Think will see the Type S this year at all or it will be next year?
Dealer here believes it’ll definitely be MY2024 which seems likely. Best guess is fall reveal and spring release.

It doesn’t seem likely they’ll be available by end of 2023. Gives the markets time to recover hopefully.
 

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Dealer here believes it’ll definitely be MY2024 which seems likely. Best guess is fall reveal and spring release.

It doesn’t seem likely they’ll be available by end of 2023. Gives the markets time to recover hopefully.
Yeah that's what I would think they would do.
 
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