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ok so my husband has a '90 black crx; this is his third one; hes got a B18c engine swap and most of the stuff under the hood is brand new; his birthday and xmas are two days apart; i need help on things to get him; he loves his car and all he wants is stuff for his car; i dnt kno much about cars but im learning cuz i have a 93 del sol that im working on as my car;

he just swaped the engine out of his old crx a couple weeks ago and hes been buying n replacing parts since then;

hes no good at letting me kno what he wants n he just says i want stuff for my car;

so if anyone car help me out thatd b great;

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Dstuning.com has some nice floor mats... price range and whats he use the car for?

Their floor mats are not what they used to be. I ordered mine through dealer, who has company custom make them. They were perfect, plus I told sales guy if I did not like them they were eating them. The Dstuning ones are lot lightweight and move around and fold up.:mad:

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your mother has a lounge? is she a madam for a living?

 

there are a mountain of things to recommend, but we would need pictures and a list of already performed modifications to tell you anything relevant. best option here would be to try and figure out which shop/store he likes to buy parts from and buy him a gift card for it or maybe some apparel items.

 

One of the best gifts I have gotten from my fam pertaining to any of my hobbies was a black and yellow hoodie with the H logo on it that my grandmother bought from the dealership itself.

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your mother has a lounge? is she a madam for a living?

 

there are a mountain of things to recommend, but we would need pictures and a list of already performed modifications to tell you anything relevant. best option here would be to try and figure out which shop/store he likes to buy parts from and buy him a gift card for it or maybe some apparel items.

 

One of the best gifts I have gotten from my fam pertaining to any of my hobbies was a black and yellow hoodie with the H logo on it that my grandmother bought from the dealership itself.

 

lounge = sitting room/living room/whatever you wanna call it. duh.

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Terrible ideas for someone not knowing much about cars.... and ross really needs a haynes and mechanical knowledge.

 

Ross really needs to put springs back on his car before he even thinks about bolting more go-fast parts. Therefore Ross needs to quit giving advice.

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i now have skunk 2 springs, tokico blue struts,ground contol,and skunk 2 camber kit and i was just saying she needed to buy performance parts for her husbands car instead of parts for looks because thats what i call a RICER i understand it has the swap but if its all stock then it needs alot more mods

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actually, if she knows nothing about the engine and any internal work then buying any engine component would be a 100% waste of money. Aesthetic parts always function and even if the wife isn't mechanically inclined they often have a good idea of what the husbands visual preferences are.

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actually, if she knows nothing about the engine and any internal work then buying any engine component would be a 100% waste of money. Aesthetic parts always function and even if the wife isn't mechanically inclined they often have a good idea of what the husbands visual preferences are.

 

well i mean my gf knows a whole lot bout cars but i mean i guess its because shes asian

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i now have skunk 2 springs, tokico blue struts,ground contol,and skunk 2 camber kit and i was just saying she needed to buy performance parts for her husbands car instead of parts for looks because thats what i call a RICER i understand it has the swap but if its all stock then it needs alot more mods

You look to be a good guy to sell parts to... what you need?

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