Bought this sick Apex-R Raceseng shift knob, but I have a 2020 CTR with the new shift boot ring, and when I installed it the other day, I ran into an issue with the knob being countersunk.
I couldn't return it to Raceseng because I did install it (even if just once), and so here...
Eventually you'll discover a fine balance between peeling out at each light vs. smoother, slower starts to maximize gas mileage. Of course, have fun, I know I do, but at times slow and steady just works.
Revving hard won't hurt it, unless you're flooring it and dumping the clutch at EACH...
Bringing this back from the dead, my 2020 has this problem on the passenger side tweeter. Had my wife press it down during drives and the sound goes away.
I just took it off and taped the shit out of it following doctorbee's helpful YT video.
The sound was coming on rough highways, causing me...
I'll throw in the 135is, a car I used to have fairly recently. 320hp/tq stock, easily up to almost 400 with the Dinan Stage 2 tune.
Not the same as the other stuff on your list, but a sleeper. In the time I owned it (2.5 years), it was super reliable and just required normal maintenance.
I was fortunate enough to drive my friends 2019 CTR, which led me to wanting it. It is definitely very hard to buy a car without driving it, and so I can see potential disappointments. Luckily for me, I was able to buy mine with knowing how it performed on the street and in the back roads.
I know I bought the wrong car to feel invisible in (I came from a hybrid SUV lmao), but seeing more Type-R's on the road wouldn't hurt. Maybe could hurt future depreciation, but I wouldn't mind being left largely alone and stuff haha