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ok , so i have recently been fascinated by knowing that the dc5 front end will fit on my 02 civic hatch.
when i first got my hatch the body on it was in mint condition. but i have recently gathered a little bit of damage thanks to a broken ball joint. which royally screwed up my fender and i have had a gash in my hood for the longest time.
i think this conversion would be kinda neat!

i just need to know if anyone truly knows if it is a direct bolt on.
thanks, TAY
 

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waaaat hell n otheres no way thats a direct bolt on conversion the shape isnt even close to he same and thats a ga thing to do anyways your car looks hella good now
 

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IMO i would'nt do it, but If it works then it's different. At least its not like putting a skyline bumper on a honda or something. So i say has potential. . your car do what ya want
 

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It has been done before, and in my opinion, it didn't look good. I remember seeing it on ephatch.com, and I'm unsure of how the fitment was. I can say the RSX noses are a tad bit longer, b/c they can put on RBC intake manifolds with no clearance issues. While the RBC on the Si, you'll need to trim the radiator support like I had to do. If you are going to do this, I would advise making many measurements before tearing your car apart. Sure it may look similar, but you wouldn't want gaps at the fender to door, hood to windshield, etc...
 

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yea i do need to make some measurements and i found a pic
but my plan is to pretty much merge itr and ctr, because i love both but cant afford both...lol





but mine is going to be slammed, red, w/ cf hood and lip
 
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