94 Honda Civic CX

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94 Honda Civic CX

Lifetime Fuel Economy: 38.1 MPG(US)
90 Day Running Average: 0 MPG(US)
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General Description EPA Values
Year: 1994
Make: Honda
Model: Civic
Trim: CX
Vehicle Type : Gasoline
Curb Weight: 2100
EPA City: 35
EPA Highway: 41
EPA Combined: 38
Stock configuration, A/C, stock driver & passenger side mirror, stock mud flaps frt & rear, 228,000 miles, no special modifications just keep it tuned-up, keep the alignment in check (0 deg. Toe) and 175/70/13 Kumho KR-21 tires (44psi max rated) 50psi front and 45psi rear. I like to get good gas mileage, but I also like to drive fast (70-80mph), so my mileage will be less than most but I'm still lookin to get the most I can from every tank full. I won't be doin any P&G, or turnin off my ignition, but just normal everyday type drivin, stop and go, hwy, and combination, just at speeds higher than ideal for maximum FE.
Replaced stock struts and springs at 227,750 miles with used Integra Type-R units (Front wheelwell was 25.5" and rear was 24.0" so front was raised and rear was down. Now front wheelwell is 24.5" and rear is 24.5", so dropped front 1.0" and raised rear 0.50". 0 deg rake now and car handles better and is more stable and responsive, with a slightly harsher ride not bad at all.)
5w-20 oil in trans, Denso Iridium I16's gapped @ 0.043", 15w-50 Mobil 1 to quiet engine noises at start-up and slow down oil use. Have intake opening facing radiator to get warmer air to the engine.
Complete valve job at 223,000 miles because of one burnt valve.
Planned Modifications
Would like to add front and rear sway bars.
Would like to add a belly pan front and rear.
Would like to add an airdam.
Would like to add hot air intake.
Would like to heat the fuel goin to the injectors.

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