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Old 18 Aug 2009, 06:01 pm
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If I put type r red emblems,type r front lip and grill kit , a greddy exhaust and a si style spoiler on my98 black honda civic ex coupe??and yes I said RICER not racer. My definition of ricer is on of those fags with the gay body kits and the big ass spoilers that think they are hardcore.I'm not talking about the emblems that say type r I'm talking about the red h emblems. Are those ricer ?
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Old 18 Aug 2009, 06:16 pm
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sorry to say but yea bro you def would cuz that whole body kit thing is maaaaaad ricer
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Old 18 Aug 2009, 07:16 pm
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if you put type R stuff on something that is not an original type R then by definition you are a ricer.ricer is someone who modifies a car to look like a racer, or faster version of their car, without it actually being that. So what you are wanting to do would fall perfectly into that category. a lip, factory type spoiler, and grill could be reasonable, exhaust is okay as long as its not too loud and showy.honestly id just do the lip and call it good.
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Old 18 Aug 2009, 07:31 pm
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Adding abodykit is not a big problem even if it is styled for another version,as you said the term ricer is often for an over the top looking vehicle but people have there own defintion of this word.Worst thing you can do is add the badges of another vehicle tho i see this often and does not go down well with many people,including people whom own your vehicle model and the one to which you have the badge to,and again can lead to abuse,so i would def give that one a big miss.One thing you can do is debadge your car and leave it at that.Edited then you should be ok with what you said,to be sure join an owners forum and see what they say.
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Old 18 Aug 2009, 07:46 pm
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To me, things like putting emblems on a car to make it look like something it's not is the definition of rice. Well, that and parts that really do nothing to enhance performance. So, if I saw a car like that, I'd consider it pretty well riced.
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Old 18 Aug 2009, 08:01 pm
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Don't listen to them ^^Type R badges would be rice on a non Type R car. But since your talking about the JDM badges it wouldn't be bad at all. But 98's emblems are smaller than the JDM red ones. I'd go for the front lip and exhaust. The spoiler is nice to on some cars. Depending on wheels and what not. Whatever you do, don't put a body kit on. PLEASE.
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Old 18 Aug 2009, 08:16 pm
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I think the red H would look pretty clean on a black car.... obviously debadge it and if youre getting a greddy exhaust please get the silencer for it. IDK about the spoiler though dude.get up on some black konigs with the red lip and youre good
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