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Old 07-17-2014, 09:25 PM
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Most of the pics in the original posts were dead so let me update a bit..

Imported the car from PR to FL months ago and got pulled over on the weekend for the tint on the front window.. This is Florida Legal.. Think its darker than what I had but its not full in front so I guess thats the legal part..







Test fitting my OEMs on my buddies 2012 Civic, looks beefy with the 245's.. While at it I removed the plastidip they had which I was always too lazy to remove.. Blasted them with goo gone and it started melting. Then just hit them with high pressure at the car wash..





Rolling the rear getting it ready for the rim/tire setup





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And the very important box with all the 105k maintenance parts with the addition of all the mounts in the bay..

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In for the final pics....
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The tires arrived at the install shop today.. Shipped them there via Tire Rack.. But had a mix up with the rims, picked the wrong address in Paypal, thank God caught it quick and they had not left the warehouse yet or they would have ended up overseas at PR..

They sent out today.. Should be here next Friday says UPS..

Need to see how the car sits with the rim/tire size using the Eibach Pro Kit.. Might stick with it or get some FF Coilovers..
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Trouble cranking over.. Battery giving out.. Had to get a new one.. Its the 4th battery in its life..

3 previous ones.. The OEM plus two installed by the dealer under warranty.. Last one seemed to last longer.. Was there from 8/2011..

Any of you guys had to run thru multiple batteries?
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Installed my OEM vent visors today and finally got rid of all the Plastidip from the OEM rims..

Nothing like OEM quality parts..







Installed..





Waiting on the rims...
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Looks good, Ban!
Thanks Steven!

Got the rims.. uploading some pics.. will post soon..
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Got some more big boxes from UPS..

Rota MXR-R Hyperblack 18" x 9.5" +38













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Love the fitment.. running 245/40/18 Dunlop Direzza DZ101

Rota centers are the flat ones, don't clear the center.. seller is looking to send some dome ones..

Now just waiting on the Roof Spoiler which should arrive Monday..

Comments welcome..

Will definitely clear some 255's or some 265 even.. will consider them for the next set of tire..

Really happy with the outcome..





































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looks great! congrats
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looks great! congrats
Thanks Keith!
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Damn, excellent progress! The new wheels look great
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Great new shots!
Thanks Steven! And thanks for updating the topic subject..

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Damn, excellent progress! The new wheels look great
Thanks!
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Got my roof spoiler today.. Raining so I cant install

Almost every TL I see has the M3 style, I picked a different style V Type its called from a seller named shadowspeed..

Color seems to be on spot, finish looks great, sorry for the crappy cell phone shots.. Will get better ones once installed..







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i demand type S rear sidemarkers...
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i demand type S rear sidemarkers...
Are those the smoked ones? Never looked into them!






I have a question for all you savy guys on suspension setups..

I run a pretty aggresive setup on the track car but on the TL being a daily I would think it would be best to try to get it as close as to 0 in camber and keep toe at 0..

The car was aligned locally just to be sure it was not too off until I get it down to a buddy in Orlando to get it in the exact specs..

Being that said, I know our cars stock come with some negative camber already..

This is how my car ended up this weekend, is this setup pretty good our should I look at having some more camber in the back to be closer to OEM specs? I would think if I could bring it to almost 0 camber it would be better..

Any feedback will be appreciated..


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off topic but did you order your wheels from a-spec or did you just use the pic? if you did, was he an easy guy to work with? about to order his ready-to-mount package soon
on topic, your car looks great! loving all the OEM parts dude and those Rotas you picked are sweeeeet
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off topic but did you order your wheels from a-spec or did you just use the pic? if you did, was he an easy guy to work with? about to order his ready-to-mount package soon
on topic, your car looks great! loving all the OEM parts dude and those Rotas you picked are sweeeeet
Got them from ASpec, service is great, I had previous experience with them via some of my track buddies, but for this setup I had tons of questions and they provided answers and added additional info to be sure I understood everything..

Give them a call if you have any questions, they are very helpful. Ask for Aaron, tell him Esteban sent you, he is a great guy and answers emails quickly also, i had an issue with my order because I picked the wrong paypal address and he helped all the way to clear it up..

Thanks for looking at the thread, I debated so much on which rims to pick but I am very happy I picked these! Now just need to sort the center so it fits!
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Are those the smoked ones? Never looked into those
Yes, if you look at a Type S, the rear side marker matches the fronts.
Would look great on your color car. Plus, they're easy to swap(from inside trunk).
I have a feeling I know what your next purchase will be now

Can't help with your alignment. Sorry.
I do know I'd be happy with those toe settings though!
Strange they couldn't adjust camber at all, but I'd rather have my toe spot on anyways ...
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Yes, if you look at a Type S, the rear side marker matches the fronts.
Would look great on your color car. Plus, they're easy to swap(from inside trunk).
I have a feeling I know what your next purchase will be now

Can't help with your alignment. Sorry.
I do know I'd be happy with those toe settings though!
Strange they couldn't adjust camber at all, but I'd rather have my toe spot on anyways ...
Did a quick search and they look good indeed, need to get the part number to get them OEM, checked on Ebay and saw all DEPO.. I get good OEM prices cause I do tons of purchased for my track car and all my buddies thru Acura dealers..

With the alignment I understand our cars don't have adjustment OEM and the modification my old alignment guy did requires the part he modified to be removed and adjusted and then re-installed, so the guy doing the alignment during the weekend was not going to go thru that effort, but I wasn't going to argue with him, I was just looking to get it in check so it would get verified by my friend over in Orlando..

But I understand this setup shouldn't hurt..
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Installed the spoiler! Perfect fit and perfect color match.. Very happy with how it looks!













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Looking great!! I think the drop is about perfect for a DD. How's it riding now?
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Looking great!! I think the drop is about perfect for a DD. How's it riding now?
Thanks! I was telling Keith the same thing via inbox, that I think the drop is OK for a daily.. Wanted to see how it looked after changing the rims before deciding going with coils but I am happy with how it sits..

And regarding your question as how its riding, the answer is perfectly just as when new, specially with the new tires.. I have about 70k miles on the Eibachs with the OEM struts and it still rides as stock, thats why I dont want to mess around with it too much..

In any case I might get some Koni Yellows down the road and call it a day

Will be installing all the 105k maintenance parts and all the engine/tranny mounts this Friday, basically will have an almost brand new car again come weekend \o/
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Exciting news! Good luck on the 105k install. I'm so glad that I work at Honda and can get it done for cheap but if I didn't, I'd most certainly do it in the garage.

I might have missed it, but did you say your fenders were rolled or no?
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Did a quick search and they look good indeed, need to get the part number to get them OEM, checked on Ebay and saw all DEPO.. I get good OEM prices cause I do tons of purchased for my track car and all my buddies thru Acura dealers..
yeah, a lot of peeps do the depot due to cost. But they don't fit as nicely, and you'll have to swap front and rear so they match perfectly. rear depot and OEM fronts will look off...

any more suggestions, just let me know. Will be glad to help you spend your $



edit: spoiler looks great!
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Exciting news! Good luck on the 105k install. I'm so glad that I work at Honda and can get it done for cheap but if I didn't, I'd most certainly do it in the garage.

I might have missed it, but did you say your fenders were rolled or no?
Thanks! Eager to get it all done and have a fresh new car! Thats always a plus man being connected at a dealer.. I have always worked on my cars, learned a lot thru the years, still have tons more to learn.. Working myself on the track car meant more money for parts since I would do the labor with some buddies over a BBQ..

And yes, I rolled my rear fenders, I do fender rolling every now and then for my friends and also for friends of friends by word of mouth mostly.. Still have the roller so to be on the safe side I did them a couple weeks ago..

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yeah, a lot of peeps do the depot due to cost. But they don't fit as nicely, and you'll have to swap front and rear so they match perfectly. rear depot and OEM fronts will look off...

any more suggestions, just let me know. Will be glad to help you spend your $



edit: spoiler looks great!
Hahahahaha, thanks for the suggestion and your willingness to spend my money.. If you find the part number for them shoot it to me.. Tried carland and couldn't find the rear sidemarkers part number..

Thanks for the comment on the spoiler, i like how it came out!
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Car Looks Great!

Type-s Rear sidemarkers diagram and part #'s (13 & 14 of diagram)

http://www.acuraoemparts.com/delray/...All&vinsrch=no

#13 33650-SEP-A11 (LIGHT ASSY., R. RR. SIDE MARKER 001 2008 TL 84.77 $63.58)


#14 33655-SEP-A11 (LIGHT ASSY., L. RR. SIDE MARKER 001 2008 TL 84.77 $63.58)
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Car Looks Great!

Type-s Rear sidemarkers diagram and part #'s (13 & 14 of diagram)

http://www.acuraoemparts.com/delray/...All&vinsrch=no

#13 33650-SEP-A11 (LIGHT ASSY., R. RR. SIDE MARKER 001 2008 TL 84.77 $63.58)


#14 33655-SEP-A11 (LIGHT ASSY., L. RR. SIDE MARKER 001 2008 TL 84.77 $63.58)
Thanks! I did some more searching and they do look good, should go well with the PMM color.. these are going on the wish list
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The rear spoiler looks perfect!
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The rear spoiler looks perfect!
Thanks Steven

These are some shots I loaded onto the Ebay lip and roof spoiler thread that someone asked for some more pics but from a bit further back..





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Looks very good. When I decide to order a new one for my TL, this V style might just be the replacement.

I currently have this one by bmwoemshop

http://www.ebay.com/itm/PAINTED-ACURA-TLIII-B92P-SEDAN-REAR-ROOF-SPOILER-04-08-TOP-QUALITY-/291171951571?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&fits=Make%3AAcura%7CModel%3ATL&hash=item43cb3363d3&vxp=mtr
It's been on the car for almost 3 years and the paint on it took a shit.

How long did it take for you to receive it after ordering it? I remember mine took about 2-3 weeks...
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Looks very good. When I decide to order a new one for my TL, this V style might just be the replacement.

I currently have this one by bmwoemshop

It's been on the car for almost 3 years and the paint on it took a shit.

How long did it take for you to receive it after ordering it? I remember mine took about 2-3 weeks...
Thanks!

I heard many good things from bmwoemshop and the M3 Style but I was always looking for a seller with the combo of the roof and trunk lip until I stumbled on to the Trunk Lip OEM really cheap on Ebay a few years ago and I never got the roof..

Now with the rims on I decided it was time to get it so looking again I found that V Type style..

With regards to the transaction, the seller was really quick..

I bought on Sunday 20th and specified color on the Paypal payment

Same day i received an email confirming they received the payment and confirming the color I requested and telling me it would take them 5 days to prep, paint and ship..

Friday 25th I received a follow up email saying it was ready and had been shipped including a tracking number from UPS..

Monday 28th it was at my door, roughly a week.. I would say damn fast!
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So yesterday we had our work cut out for us.. 105K maintenance time.. in addition I wanted to install all the OEM engine supports since they were not feeling solid anymore..

Nothing like OEM parts..



My buddy started the breakdown on the passenger side to start doing the timing belt..



Meanwhile I had fun with the Spark Plugs..



Removing this mount was such a PITA.. but got it..





Front mount was pretty worn out..





Laid out most plastic covers to give them a good scrub.. when importing the car they require the engine to be cleaned and they bathe it with WD40 then it just grabs all the dust quickly :/



Almost back together..



Car feels solid.. just like brand new again.. just pending now changing the air filter which was pretty dirty and the cabin filter.. was about to pull the trigger on the AEM V2 but read so many reviews and different threads on it that I just decided to replace the filter with an OEM for now and wait a bit longer before deciding if I want a CAI or not..
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On another note, took the car to my buddy to get it aligned today.. not sure if its possible to manipulate the alignment machine output but apparently the print out I received from the place that installed the rims last week must have been modified or something..

They gave me a print out showing numbers pretty much in spec and my buddy verified and it was completely off everywhere.. it is not possible that I lost a full alignment in 7 days.. probably they did not touch the rear and just printed a random output.. not sure really just thinking out loud..

Thoughts?

Measurements as it came in to the shop today.. this is exactly a week after getting a full alignment at the shop that installed the rims..



How it left after getting aligned by my friend..

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Congrats!
Thanks!

Got my concave centers.. Like them better than not running any.. Still will probably try the flat center by using a 3mm spacer in each corner at some moment..



Also did some racing this weekend.. Landed 1st place in my class in a field of 36.. Extremely fun..

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