I've put on my new wheels and went for some pics with a friend @ our local airport :)
Arospeed onyx 18x7.5 ET45 + Yokohama S-drive 205x40x18:
Now everyone wants to showoff there rides against me :)
Yesterday some guy in a Audi R8 was revving the ****...
just another quick question:
Do the 4-door upper and lower steering wheel covers fit a coupe?
I was just on www.tasauto.com and I saw a taupe version for the sedans but not for the coupe. So will it fit?
I want a tan leather steering wheel, shift knob and parking brake.
I went to 2 shops here but they did not have the same leather Honda used for the seats or the dash. 1 shop says Mercedes Benz leather, the other suggest to use some sort of Italian leather.
So, have any of u guys have there...
Update: painted interior:
-make a plate for the space where the ashtray used to be
-leather ashtray plate, steering wheel + covers, shifter, E-brake
-maybe some small chrome parts for the interior
Let me know what u think!
I just recently bought these and waited several months for my springs so I guess these will do.
I don't get it, there is enough room between the axle and the top of the fork.
The Koni's will never be compressed that much, or my wheels would be sticking through the fenders
No, they have 2 perch settings. I also heard they had 3 settings but they don't.
Can a machine shop make an extra perch for the front shocks?
Or maybe hit that center thingie off and put the strut deeper in the fork?
I just don't wan't the cars *** to be the lowest!
My car is dropped on Koni yellow and spint springs -2.25"
Now, what can I do to drop the front some more (lets say 1/2 inch)?
I don't want to cut the springs bc I heard some bad things about that!
How it is now: the front is on its lowest, the back can be...
The holes are for the headlight sprayers, like the windshield water sprayers on your hood (I'm sorry, i dont really know how all those things are called in English).
Don't you guys have them?
I took them out because I was testfitting my home-made front bumper.
The suspension has to be removed again in may next year. I will replace my stock susp, go to inspection, come home and change again :bash:
I'm lucky to have a friend that helps me out or it would cost me some serious cash each year!