Does the Honda Si increase your insurance?
yes your insurance will go up because it is a sports car, it will go faster, and it will get you more speeding tickets, insurance companies do not like that.
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Answer . The Honda Si is different from a Honda. Generally, the Si model offers more features than the non-Si model. Usually, a bigger engine, more instrument features, be…efed-up suspension, interior colors and textures, and improved instrumentation. If you want a more detailed answer, go to a dealer's web site, and compare the standard features of the Civic and Civic Si. You'll see that the Civic Si has a lot more standard features including a more powerful engine.
si on a Honda civic is the body type it means sport injection
I bought my 2002 SI new and my insurance has been $150.00/mo since I was 20. I'm now 25. However, I'm female, totaled my first car, and with my luck, I got hit by a SAAB the… day after I bought the SI then someone pulled a hit and run on me a few nights later. In conclusion, I totaled a car and got into 2 accidents within a month.\n \n \nThe plus side is that insurance companies didn't consider the SI a sports car. I have confidence this is still true but I could be wrong. So overall, if you don't have many speeding tickets and avoided being labeled a risk, it shouldn't be over $100.00/mo. And of course if you've had your Driver's License for at least 7 years (give or take a year or 2) then your insurance lowers significantly.\n \n \nHope that helps at least a little.
add an air intake and full exhaust system if you havent yet done that
(Assuming you have purchased new speakers) 1. Find and remove all screws holding the door panel onto the actual door. 2. Slightly pry along the edges and bottom of the door p…anel to release the clips holding the panel onto the door. (I recommend a screwdriver covered with a rag to prevent damage) 3. With all of the clips and screws removed from the door panel lift the door panel up, but be cautious of the wires still attached to the window and lock outlets on the door panel. 4. Remove the wires connected to the window and lock outlets on the door panel. 5. With the door panel now removed, remove the screws holding the speaker into place in the door. 6. Remove the speaker and unclip the connector to the vehicle wiring to completely free the speaker. 7. Using side cutters cut the connector off of the vehicle wiring. (Unless you have purchased a new connector for your your speaker specifically for your vehicle) 8. Strip the end if the wiring you just cut and twist the exposed little wire strands so that they stay together. 9. Attach quick disconnect female connectors to the wires. 10. Attach the positive wire to the positive terminal on the new speaker using the female quick disconnect connector you just attached to the wires. 11. Do the same with the negative wire. 12. Place the new speaker in the same place the old speaker was and screw the new speaker in place. 13. Put the door panel back on the door, first sliding the top in place next to the window and clipping all of the clips back in place. 14. Replace all of the screws that you took out of the door panel and enjoy an improved sound quality.
NO i do not think so
Honda Civic Si and Honda Civic Si EP3 the same thing. There are several different year models of of Honda Civic Si's. EP3 is the chassis code for that specific Civic Si 01-05 …was the EP3. So the new Civic Si 06 to current two door model is the FG2. By the way the chassis codes are found in the VIN#.
All Honda fuel pumps are in the gas tanks except for the first to third gen i believe i own a 2002 Lx and it's in the gas tanks and every civic I've worked on it's been there …(you get access bu removing the rear seats and hey presto there it is inside the tank)
Getting a ticket for 'no insurance' is not a moving violation. Insurers look more closely on serious moving violations suck as reckless driving or DUIs. However getting that t…icket could end up having the State asking you to get a Financial Responsibility insurance that must be filed with the State, which may end up disqualifying you from certain discounts, or certain preferred carriers... which means that your surely may end up paying more for your insurance.
Civic Racing eXperiment = CRX
NO! the Si only comes in stick (manual) transmission, and as of 2006, it is a six speed transmission. i had a honda civic si with a auto trans my civic was a 99 so it mi…ght not pretain to this but just thoght i would say that there is such thing as a honda civic si auto trans
In Honda CRX
There are many places online where an individual can purchase the vehicle Honda CRX SI. Examples would include eBay, CRX SI website, and Honda's official website.
Honda SI's motor is inline 4 cylinder engine that produces 197 bhp. The motor produces a baseline of 139 foot pounds of torque. The motor is ideal for an economy gas powered v…ehicle that produces enough power to be considered "fun to drive" as well.
It varies from one insurance company to another and the type ofcoverage you have. Call your insurance company and they can answerthis question with 100% accuracy.
In Honda Civic
The "Si" in Honda Civic means "Sport Injection". As such, this trimlevel has sporty elements, such as a spoiler, bucket seats, bettersuspension, exclusive alloy wheels, higher… output engine, and soon.