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Slowly building a 2018 Hatchback Sport 6MT I picked up in May 2018

Current Mods:
PRL Stage 1 intake
Plasti-dip Rear emblems
OEM high wall all weather mat
Broadway Rear view mirror
Mishimoto Oil Catch Can
APEMAN Dash Cam C450
Katana LED H11 Low beam
Type R shifter with Bride shift boot
Si Rear sway bar
Type R lower subframe brace
Alla Yellow LED foglights
BBS 17x8 +38 Wheels
OEM Type R exhaust

Future Mods:

Ultra Racing front strut tower bar

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Install PRL stage 1 intake system
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Update. Did plasti-dip on my lettering.

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Just pickup some OEM all weather high wall matts.
 
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Added a Broadway rear view mirror, until I purchase the autodimming mirror.

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Took me forever, but I finally installed a universal Mishimoto catch can. I had to custom the bracket, because I was cheap and purchased the universal catch can version. I had to get 2 each x 3/8 fittings and 2 x each gates 3/8 hoses.

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Ahh.. I didn’t catch the date lol. I was going to get one then saw PRL was coming out with one so I’m waiting for that.
No worries. I'll go check it out.
 
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Installed Mishimoto Catch can on 11/25/18 and at 5600 miles. Today on 01/03/19 with 7600 miles and there is oil in my catch can. Just to report in for others.

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Camera installed. Still need to wire it directly to fuse box when I get a chance.

Update* Had to get new cam. It previous one broke. I picked up an APEMAN Dash Cam C450. Quality seems to be a lot better.

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Pulled the trigger on a Katana LED for my low beams. There are so many LED lighting out there. I picked this one because of the beam pattern. It doesn't scatter high to blind others and maintain same level lighting as OEM halogens. It was also 200% brighter when placed in halogen housing.

Tip: Turn light counter clockwise to remove bulb.


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Installed the OEM Type R shifter. The picture shows type R shifter to the right. While everything was out, I installed the Bride shift boot. I did a test drive and it was a 25-30% improvement. Shifts were more crisp and most of the nochiness went away.

Tip: Hardest part was removing shifter cables from the base. If you look closely enough there is a little nub to lock it in place. Place a small flat head screwdriver to the left of nub and lift lightly while turn shifter cable counter clockwise. Really hard to see it. It took me 30 - 40 mins to figure this out and I found it out by luck.

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Just installed the Si rear sway bar and Type R lower subframe brace. Also took pictures of the Sports (Left) and Si (Right) rear sway. Looks same in picture, but it is a tad bigger. The endlinks are identity for all I can see.

Tip: When putting new sway bar in, make sure the holes connecting to the endlinks are pointing downward.

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