Same here. Wouldn't want to risk eating a costly repair, because they didn't like some I put on the car.I would wait until the warranty from the dealership expires. Then I would start modifying it. That way I wont risk losing my warranty over something so small.
The s2k is the fastest, followed by the flashpro'ed Civic Si, and then the base RSX. She and I love driving all of them. She gets the s2k on her weekdays off. I use it most summer days to go to work. I use the Si as the "winter beater"Thats a nice collection of Hondas at home. Which ones faster. Your rsx or her 8th gen lol.
Pic's of said S2000 please I love S2k's and pic's of your friends Laguna Blue S2k.The s2k is the fastest, followed by the flashpro'ed Civic Si, and then the base RSX. She and I love driving all of them. She gets the s2k on her weekdays off. I use it most summer days to go to work. I use the Si as the "winter beater"
I have a friend that drives a Laguna Blue s2k in the summer and a Fiji Blue Si in the winter. We all know that the yellow s2ks are the fastest.
wheels will always be a first mod, maybe coils but that could be risky and possible void the warrantyFor anyone that's worried about losing their warranty. As long as the part you installed doesn't have anything to do with what ever part would need warranty repair or replacement the dealership is legally binded to honor your warranty. So for example you install a new exhaust and there's a problem with the ignition system, they're still supposed to cover the warranty. Even if its actually related to the problem they still have to prove that the part you installed is related to what caused the problem.