What did you do to your Type R today?

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Current parts list,
O.Z. Ultraleggera 18x8 +40.
Continental extremecontact 235/45/18.
Remus cat back exhaust with Bluetooth sound controller valve.
Mishimoto intake.
Mishimoto oil catch can.
Seibon oem style center spoiler.
Seibon oem style hood with aerocatch pins.

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what's the weight difference between the oem hood and cf?
 

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Added the infamous “eBay” grill that allows more air to hit the radiator. I added a OEM CTR red H emblem to the grill, but chose to leave off the “Type R” emblem that’s embedded in our OEM grill.

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Added the infamous “eBay” grill that allows more air to hit the radiator. I added a OEM CTR red H emblem to the grill, but chose to leave off the “Type R” emblem that’s embedded in our OEM grill.

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IMO, it loks cleaner this way.
 

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IMO, it loks cleaner this way.
I agree. Losing that "nose" of the OEM grill kind of streamlines the look for me. But I did it for cooling purposes, the aesthetics is a bonus.
 

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I agree. Losing that "nose" of the OEM grill kind of streamlines the look for me. But I did it for cooling purposes, the aesthetics is a bonus.
So the stock ctr red emblem fits the grill? I ordered the same eBay grill.
 

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Agreed. Makes sense both aesthetically and functionally.

Next mod on my list. After seeing all this heat soak and such and such I’m just trying to make sure the cars temps are on the cooler side rather than the opposite.
 

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Washed all the bugs off after the drive to Thunderhill and back. Feel like a little bug Hitler here.

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All better

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So the stock ctr red emblem fits the grill? I ordered the same eBay grill.
Yes and no. The space for the emblem is a "tad" bigger than the OEM CTR emblem and the teeth that stick into the holes are in a different location. I just drilled new holes for the emblem to fit into, but honestly you don't even need the teeth to help secure it. There's enough adhesive on the emblem to hold it in place.
 

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Added the infamous “eBay” grill that allows more air to hit the radiator. I added a OEM CTR red H emblem to the grill, but chose to leave off the “Type R” emblem that’s embedded in our OEM grill.

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I know it’s probably been said but does the 4 door grill fit the 5 door hatch’s just fine? Need to do this myself
 

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Yes and no. The space for the emblem is a "tad" bigger than the OEM CTR emblem and the teeth that stick into the holes are in a different location. I just drilled new holes for the emblem to fit into, but honestly you don't even need the teeth to help secure it. There's enough adhesive on the emblem to hold it in place.
Thanks for the info I ordered an oem type r grill emblem as well so I'll keep you guys posted on how I mount it.
 

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Sent my White CTR on it's first service today. They gave me a red CTR as a free rental while I wait :D
 
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