I can help you install the passenger side. thats the easy part. 2 hours max.I think I'll just rip out my stock seats and place my Brides in for Eibach lol. Just gotta drive slow and watch the turns... lol jking.
Yes sir he did! He goes over it earlier in the thread! Jonnys doing a superb job! Btw Jonny, whats the group buy going to be for? Is it just for the lip? Or can ot be the lip, sides, and rear splitter as a package? And pricing? Sorry cant see the links if that info is in there, for some reason my phone wont take me there, and i do not own a com so any insight is appreciated! Keep up the good work!
Where did you getHey all!
I'm Jon and I bought my 17 Hatchback Sport Touring about 4 weeks ago now.
I figured I should start a thread.
There are parts I have that aren't installed just yet. Waiting on a few things.
Car wrapped in Avery Dennison Matte Metallic Anthracite
Roof Gloss black wrap
Phillips LED Fog lamps
Type R Honda Badges
OEM Window visors
Aeroflow Dynamics Front Splitter v3
Aeroflow Dynamics Canards v1
Aeroflow Dynamics Side Skirt v2 (Replacing with v1 soon)
Aeroflow Dynamics Rear Diffuser
Injen SP Air intake
Volk Racing TE37 18x8.5 +30, 18x9.5 +40
Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tires 235/40/18 and 245/40/18
Rays Blue Aluminum valve stem and caps
Muteki Burned Blue lug nuts
Spoon Lug nuts (spare set)
Eibach Sportline Kit
Eibach Pro-Alignment kit (SPC rear Upper Control arms)
OEM All weather Mats
OEM Cargo Tray
Recaro SR4 Tomcat Seats Red/black (Passenger side installed, working on the drivers side)
LED Interior light conversion
Picture below will be updated at each significant mod change showing it's current form:
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where did you purchase theseDay of Suspension and spacer install.
PM for these types of questions in the future ....By the way bro how much did it drop from the original one i know the sportline 1.0 front and 1.3 rear.but on the actual is still the same height or it will differ on the weight of the vehicle? because i was planning to get the sportline but i dont want to scrape it on the driveway if you install it i dont know if it will dropped by 2" or something..
Welcome to the forum, please PM for this type of question in the future.The wheel spacers
GHT welding Santa Fe SpringsI had my friend Ben in Long Beach help me start the modification to the planted seat bracket.
The front legs needed to be heated and bent to match the angle of the floor. We used a vice for that.
Next, we cut the welds on one of the front legs with a grinder because the spacing needed to be widened between the legs to match the threaded holes in the floor.
We mocked it up as you see below.
Next step is to cut the back legs and reposition them to match the threaded holes in the floor.
So anyone in the SoCal area know a shop willing to weld the three legs?
What did you cut the bump stops too? and do we have to do it once lowered?Labor was $350. I also bought a 3 year unlimited alignment package which added another $100.
I had to keep an eye on the installer, he forgot to cut the bump stops and I had to remind him about it.
It instructs how much to cut in the provided instructions. I think it was around 15-20mm to trim from the bottom.What did you cut the bump stops too? and do we have to do it once lowered?