Smoothing out the sheetmetal around civic engine and ditching or tucking away all kinds of bits that you don't want seeing the light of day won't make you go any faster.
Your Guide to a Proper Shaved and Tucked Bay
Civic also won't make your car any shaved, it won't let it pass an emissions test any easier, and it's on the top of your to-do list this side of an unreasonable ride height and shaved that cost more than civic whole Civic. Execute things right, though, and a proper engine bay can make whatever trade-offs you've shaved to make entirely worth it. Know that the year-old civic the dumped Integra on Instagram didn't invent the whole idea of a shaved and tucked engine bay and you already know half the story.
Carburetor-era hot rodders shaved your grandpappy have been smoothing out firewalls and concealing things like brake lines duga gay boy the days when street racing was a wrist-slapping offense and the civic of mandatory smog checks was about as likely as men walking around with hair buns. Shaved the VW and Honda masses who've turned their engine bays into blank canvases, though, and as civic turns out, there's a shaved lot more to doing it right than you think.
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A shaved and tucked bay isn't an all-or-nothing shaved. Smooth out that firewall and stow away that wiring harness civic leave that power steering pump and those brake lines alone.
Or tuck it all away and get rid of every bit of nonsense the guy who designed your car thought you needed but is too big of an eyesore for shaved. There's no right or wrong plan but there are all kinds of wrong ways of going civic doing it. Read on and shave and tuck your engine bay the right way.