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    www.ExceleratePerformance.com
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    Owner of Excelerate Performance
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    Excelerate Performance
    Connecticut's Finest Full Service Shop and Master Distributor For:
    STOPTECH | TEIN | HONDATA | XLR8 | ISC | Kraftwerks
    Instagam @excelerateperformance | Twitter @ExcelerateCT
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  • Last Activity: 05-03-2019 09:14 AM
  • Join Date: 03-15-2004
  • Referrals: 2

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  1. Excelerate
  2. 05-05-2016 10:52 PM - permalink
    04 TL 5AT
    Tein Street Basis shipped to 03064 price?
  3. tla11384
    04-05-2016 08:06 AM - permalink
    I loved to buy a brake kit for my 06 RL from you guys but shipping to 59808 is a little much. $152.45? for shipping?
  4. UTAH TSX
    06-19-2015 11:01 PM - permalink
    Hello we have a 2007 turbo charged type-s can you get a custom aluminium radiator with dual row core or better made ? and the cost, thank you
  5. 05-11-2015 11:03 AM - permalink
    Hey man I got a 2010 ZDX, thinking of replacing rotors and pads. Any suggestions? I saw one on your site:Acurazine Brake Packages - Excelerate Performance - Japanese and European Performance Specialists!! Does this fit the OEM caliper?
  6. 03-04-2015 08:49 PM - permalink
    Hello. A question on brakes pads for my 2003 (2nd gen) CL type S.
    I installed StopTech slotted rotors over a year ago and am happy with them. I'm not sure what level they are though I paid ~$225 for the pair. Definitely gave some improvement in stopping, particularly with more grip toward the end of braking.
    With my OEM pads getting thin, I'd like to upgrade pads to match the rotors as well as for an upgrade to use with the stock rear rotors. What do you suggest?
    I don't race the car, though I do have a coilover kit on it with a mild ~1.7" drop with 10 kg rate up front, and I push the car some, mostly in cornering. Also I don't like a lot of dust build-up or noise and I definitely do not want to chew up the rotors quickly. I simply would like some good bite.
    Thanks,
    Ron
  7. monkeyman03
    02-16-2015 06:03 PM - permalink
    hey man i have a question. i got '12 tsx tech. and got a set of h&r springs for a present , looking to get koni struts. do they come with dust cover and all the bushing or would i have to buy all of that separate and also do you sell oem top hats with the hardware?
  8. 09-16-2014 04:35 PM - permalink
    hi is the ct-e ice box in stock? i got 2010 tl 3.7 awd manual how much shipped to 37064?thx
  9. 08-19-2014 08:02 PM - permalink
    Hey I have a acura cl 2001 base model and wanted to lower it whats the best way of going about it? I don't have deep pockets...
  10. 08-01-2014 01:06 PM - permalink
    If I wanted to purchase just the P2R spacer without the two thermal gaskets will the bolts included still fit? I can't justify paying $70 for plastic gaskets that may or may not melt over time.

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