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Whats up Guys,

Im pretty sure im posting this in the right area lol sorry if i didn't.

Now introduction to my car I bought this car october of 2012 for $8k and it had 184,000 miles on it and now it has 192,000 in July of 2013.. I know i most likely should have tried to drop him in price but it was the nly car at the time that i saw i liked and I heard that Acura/Hondas last forever.. know after having the car for a half a year or so im looking to do some mods on it... it came with a KN air filter and thats about it from what i have seen. Just wanted to know what you guys think from what i have read on here probably wouldn't want to dump a bunch of money into it to get it to go fast cause it seems like the TSX wasnt built to go fast.. Nice to meet everyone and be blunt but helpful loll and looking to hear what you guys have to say.
 

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At that mileage I would concentrate on maintenance and any potential repairs.

This car has some pickup with the 6 speed but is definitely not a speed demon. My recommendation to you is to upgrade the suspension/looks of the vehicle if you're into modding it. Some coilovers with wheels would look nice, so would the Aspec lip kit.

Impressive mileage! Keep her going!
 

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Ya I dont mind throwing a couple grand into the car I most likely will keep it till she goes so i would like to make it my own.. it has a KN Filter..Rims and thats about it. Was looking intk something that would give it a little more pick up and something for looks i want to put a hood on it but it was just an idea.. appreciate the advice. Thx
 

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if you're willing to throw a couple grand at her, the possibilities are endless. but i'd take a look at the maintenance first (bushings, belts, routine stuff) like whatsanacura said above. if all that is up to date, the first thing i'd do is probably a nice suspension setup and maybe some sportier tires if you do a little spirited driving. after that, i'd maybe go with the OEM lip kit. in the end, the decision is yours and you shouldn't let people dictate how you mod your car. enjoy it!! :) i'm not into the flashy stuff so my mods will lean toward the daily driver side.
 
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