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of course they are, call up the parts dept and ask. you can get anything for your car.
Anything? I've been looking for a flux capacitor but have been having trouble finding one.


On a more serious note, if you can get a part number take it to a HONDA dealership. They can usually order the same parts and they are WAY less expensive than most Acura dealerships.

Example: Needed to order two Acura specific coil cover bolts and 6mm hex heads. Acura near me wanted $8 for each combo, so I went down the street to the Honda dealership and ordered it. :shakehead Only cost $3 each there. Acura Stealerships are REDICULOUS!

Online dealerships are cheaper too, but you have to pay shipping and handling.

You can also try http://estore.honda.com to compare different dealership prices.
 

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i believe new headliners are about $150
 

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Anything? I've been looking for a flux capacitor but have been having trouble finding one.


On a more serious note, if you can get a part number take it to a HONDA dealership. They can usually order the same parts and they are WAY less expensive than most Acura dealerships.

Example: Needed to order two Acura specific coil cover bolts and 6mm hex heads. Acura near me wanted $8 for each combo, so I went down the street to the Honda dealership and ordered it. :shakehead Only cost $3 each there. Acura Stealerships are REDICULOUS!

Online dealerships are cheaper too, but you have to pay shipping and handling.

You can also try http://estore.honda.com to compare different dealership prices.
For interchangable parts like bolts and filters, Yes a honda dealer is cheaper but most acura numbers will NOT match up to honda numbers even if they are the same exact part. You will be hard pressed to get an acura headliner through honda. They will just tell you "This is a honda dealer, Not acura"
 

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Damn :eek: :run: :noes: :baby:

The integra had a vinyl headliner that was easy to clean....

They should have put one like that in the RSX :shakehead
Lope put black suede on his liner and it looks shweeeeet. Black vinyl would probably look nice, too. Go to an automobile upholstery shop to get the materials.
 

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Howsabout a good cleanin:

>>HEADLINERS: Headliners require special care and attention. Cloth type headliners are assembled with foam backing and usually glued to a fiber roof panel. If the headliner becomes wet, it can cause the head liner to delaminate and fall down. An aerosol foaming interior cleaner must be used. Spray onto a terry towel. DO NOT SPRAY DIRECTLY ONTO HEAD LINER. Wipe lightly making sure not to leave headliner wet. Inspect and re-clean as necessary. It is better to clean twice, rather than to allow the head liner to get too wet. An alcohol based aerosol glass cleaner may also work for this operation because of its quick evaporation. Vinyl headliners may be cleaned with normal interior cleaners.


taken from
http://www.goodspeedmotoring.com/?page=interiortrim

or just:
http://forums.clubrsx.com/search.php?searchid=5409890

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I need to do this too but I'm lazy :yawn:
 
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