SI getting an upgraded HFP suspension

  1. elusiveaura

    elusiveaura Senior Member

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    Just saw this on FB

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    Hmm, "this fall" meaning Sep 1st or Nov 30th? :)
     
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    More like after Jan 1st given the rate things have been going
     
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    Good news but probably going to cost $3k-4k for that package add on.
     
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    Judging from previous HFP packages you can buy all this stuff separate. Suspension will be $500-$1000

     
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    I just want an Si specific lowering springs... dont even care if its HFP... :)
     
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    pretty sure any lowering spring will work
     
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    I would like to see how much better it will handle with the HFP suspension. Car is pretty amazing from the factory but if its a decent improvement I'm in and the brakes too.
     
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    The hatch will get HFP floormats before the Si does at this rate.
     
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    But Im sure they will come out with Si specific springs though.
     
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    I'd go for a Honda-warranted +3 PSI "HFP" (Hondata) tune. :)
     
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    Go big or go home. Lol
     
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    Same. I'm in and waiting.
     
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    Upgraded dampening... does that mean Si getting the Type R mode? I think sport mode can make the drive rough as it is, so I wonder what they will change.

    Very interested in the upgraded brakes and if they made the floor mats in the high wall version in red I'll be so sad. Don't think I want to spend another $150-200 for floor mats that I already have.
     
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    Same here
     
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