What did you do to your Type R today?

  1. Orlando_Type_R

    Orlando_Type_R Senior Member

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    Can you share a link to the Stencil?
     
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    Sent you a PM for info.
     
  3. ctrmofo

    ctrmofo Senior Member

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    ah ok...got it.
     
  4. wassen

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    Got my new Titan7 T-R10 rims home a week ago, treated with G-techniq ceramic coating as well :coffee:

    My wife however not so impressed :confused1:

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  5. Armyman2988

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    Looked at it sitting in my driveway while I am waiting on the ECU to come in from Hondata.
     
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  6. FriscoBrah

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    Can’t wait to see them mounted. I’m considering these in bronze.

    What did you pay if you don’t mind me asking?
     
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  7. ctrmofo

    ctrmofo Senior Member

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    Very nice...got mine to use as winter wheels, love them!

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  8. FriscoBrah

    FriscoBrah Senior Member

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    Looks good. Stock suspension?
     
  9. nickjohn35

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    Love those T-R10s on your R!
     
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  10. ctrmofo

    ctrmofo Senior Member

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    Lowered on Eibach Pro Kit and with 13mm clearance left from tire to fender.
     
  11. Andjoo

    Andjoo Senior Member

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    Wrapped the door trim. Turned out great, and was able to tuck everything without having to remove any trim pieces.

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  12. Andjoo

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    Also did these not too long ago.
    Good option for door sills for super cheap :)

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    ctrmofo Senior Member

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    did this a few weeks ago. bought the brand new trunk garnish from member @00057 whom i give 5-stars for quick communication and shipping ;-)

    i'm a sucker for brushed aluminum bits in most of my cars, so these will help from scuffing the oem black plastic trunk trim when carrying wood or other things etc.

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    ctrmofo Senior Member

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    tried 2 billet aluminum oil caps - neither will fit so do NOT buy. wanted a simple, elegant billet aluminum oil cap just for fun. both of the caps below have the same issue: threads are too thick even though they're 10x1.5 pitch and will not screw all the way down to seat the o-ring and seal.

    1) blackwork racing (bwr) now owned by a new company - does NOT fit. however, the company quickly sent a replacement which also didn't fit. we both determined it needs to be taken off market, and the company quickly issued a full refund no questions asked.

    2) boomba oil cap sold as "10th gen civic, 2016+" - does NOT fit. however, quickly learned boomba charges a silly 25% restocking fee AND only issues store credit. that's ridiculous in today's world of amazon buying etc. needless to say, won't buy anything from boomba again...$42 wasted.

    @PRL Motorsports is sending its "made for type r" specific oil cap which is guaranteed to fit.

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    I live in Sweden and bought though local dealer in europe: @tegiwa (http://www.tegiwaimports.com). Total with Nankang NS2R 265x35x18 tyres and center caps set me back about 3130 USD$. Freight to the door included =)
    Keep in mind this was a Christmas offer in december they ran and here + in Europe we have to pay import tax on US gods :patriot:
    For you european FK8 drivers in this forum I can recommend Tegiwa in UK, great guys and good support.
     
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