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Brief Intro:
Name is actually Jackson, from Canada.

First car : 2003 Mazda Protege 5, 5 speed. Daily driver and 6 years of open track days. Totaled by inattentive driver.

Second Car : 2000 Acura Integra GS 5 speed. Did my own S2K HID retrofit. Sold.

Third Car : 2000 Saturn Astra VR 5 speed. Sold for 2016 Honda Fit.

Fourth Car : 2016 Honda Fit CVT. Totaled by inattentive driver.

Fit build thread : Action Jackson's Tinkering - Honda Fit

The Fit had a lot of little non-common mods which I am going to transfer over to my 2015 Accord:

Accord build will not be for performance.

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Current Build

K&N drop in air filter
Mishimoto Catch Can
Savanini Throttle Body Spacer
Nokian WRG4 215/55/17 V on OEM rims

CG Lock Seatbelt lock
Red Coloured Gauge Needles
Vvivid Vinyl Matte Black Sun Strip
Black Leather E-Brake Cover from 8th Gen
3M Clear protection film on headlights and foglights
Black perforated leather steering wheel wrap red stitching

Morel Hybrid 63
Kicker L7QB8 sub
JDM Hazard Button
Audio Control D4-800 amp
Sony XM-GS100 mono amp
Generic Projector backup LED
Sony XS-GS1621 coax (rear fill)
LED COB Interior and Trunk lights
Philips 9011 HIR highbeams/DRL's
Philips H11 Xtreme Ultinon LED (fanless)
Philips H8 X-treme Ultinon LED fogs (fanless)
Viofo A129 Duo Dashcams with battery back up
Kenwood Excelon DMX995S Navigation Head Unit
Gentex Auto Dimming Rear View Mirror with Compass


Custom OEM storage replacement to accomodate equilizer, audio control bass/settings knob, storage space and wireless charging.

Dynamat Xtreme sound deadening

Kicker KQ5 Parametric Equalizer

Denali Soundbomb Horn

Black Leather Shift Boot from Civic


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I've already done colored gauge needles on my Fit:

For the Accord gauge needles, you need to take apart part of the dash to access the cluster:
2013-2014 LCD screen removal

Using sharp scissors, you cut into red plastic duo tang type plastic.

Stick on using Clear Shoe Goo as this is completely removable.

You have to cut larger than the needles themselves as it needs to cover up the black parts, otherwise it won't stick properly and you'll see the adhesive on the lighted parts which looks bad.

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Details???? Purchased wheel or just cover? Installed yourself?

Looks very thick now. What is the diameter now for hands?
It's a nappa leather cover that I had to sew myself that I bought off AliExpress. I am not the first to have an black all perforated cover with red stitching as I've already seen a few on here before I did mine.

The Accord is around the 8th cover I've done. 2 on my dad's CRV and I guess about 5 on my Fit, so I like to think I know what I'm doing.

Honestly this one for the Accord is the worst leather cover that I've ever worked with. There was too much material in most of it and I had to trim down some areas, and resew in some new anchor lines.

Here are most of the one's I did on my Fit:

And one I did on my dad's CRV that I have a picture of:
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