What's your SI looking like today?

If you could have one mod right now, what would it be?


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Got this type r wheel installed this morning

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about time you installed that! i already installed mine enjoyed it then removed it before you put yours on!
 

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about time you installed that! i already installed mine enjoyed it then removed it before you put yours on!
Yea but I tend to keep my cars so I wasnt in to much a rush. I can go fbo right now with what’s in my house minus flex fuel, an am debating selling it off lol.
 


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Yea but I tend to keep my cars so I wasnt in to much a rush. I can go fbo right now with what’s in my house minus flex fuel, an am debating selling it off lol.
haha at that time i wasnt thinking of selling it yet
 

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Picked up this Whiteline 22mm RSB (and Accord Endlinks) from a fellow board member a couple months ago and finally got around to installing it today. Only had time for a 2 minute drive around the block, but I’m really liking it so far!

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and just because…

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After trying pretty much every suspension modification on the 10th Gens on our builds, the 22mm RSB + Accord End Links sits at #1 for best bang for buck key handling upgrades! Enjoy it my friend, I wonder if the person you bought it from bought the combo from us originally ?
 

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I would say that getting any kind of DP is a gamble because downpipe nuts often lock onto the stud, causing a break. Also, with these cars, a 'catback' system is basically a frontpipe + exhaust combo.

So, I think, to answer your Q, ditch the dp/fp ideas, get an FP-back exhaust you like.
just ordered the ark dt-s. coming by friday.
now for dp/fp i'm considering rv6 combo or 27won combo. 700 vs 900 respectively. the 27won has mounting tabs, but the rv6 has ceramic coating option. not sure which if either are super critical

you think i'd have much issue w the nuts/studs since my car only has 17k miles? also the shop i'm having the jobs done at has taken off the turbo so the nuts and everything will be nice and fresh
 

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After trying pretty much every suspension modification on the 10th Gens on our builds, the 22mm RSB + Accord End Links sits at #1 for best bang for buck key handling upgrades! Enjoy it my friend, I wonder if the person you bought it from bought the combo from us originally ?
I can believe it… I’m really happy with the combo so far! Looking forward to getting in some more seat time this weekend!

As for the previous owner of the RSB & Accord End Links… I like to imagine he did… lol… I was actually looking to buy the combo from you guys originally, but he let it go (brand new) for a great price… somehow even cheaper than your great prices… ?
 

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you think i'd have much issue w the nuts/studs since my car only has 17k miles? also the shop i'm having the jobs done at has taken off the turbo so the nuts and everything will be nice and fresh
In your case, no, everything should be straight forward. I wonder if people having bolt-snap issues is due to a combination of more mileage + living in climes with greater temperature variation + more salt exposure. ?? Just conjecture.
 


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Quiet down, woman! Literally serviced you three months ago. :bat:
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My woman would hit me with the wrench, if it had been 3 months since I serviced her!:p
 

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My woman would hit me with the wrench, if it had been 3 months since I serviced her!:p
No way in hell i'm changing the oil, again, but i do need a balance and rotation; car starts to vibrate and chatter once i'm in triple digits.
 
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