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  1. INTEG-
    11-15-2015 10:38 PM - permalink
    INTEG-
    see
  2. 04WDPSeDaN
  3. INTEG-
    02-23-2010 02:26 PM - permalink
    INTEG-
    so wsup with the rims?
  4. EuroR08
    04-27-2009 12:27 PM - permalink
    EuroR08
    Ksports -

    first set made for a type s -
    they still dont sell them/really make them
    they're basically the same as the non type s ones, the top hats they come with dont work tho -
  5. HONgDA
    04-17-2009 06:03 PM - permalink
    HONgDA
    Sup J-Steele, I bought mine with tint already. It has scratches as well, but I still roll down my windows. I will most likely redo them later but it doesn't bother me too much so it'll be awhile.
  6. datnkay
    04-10-2009 02:59 AM - permalink
    datnkay
    hey what's up...the setup that i have on my coilover is pretty much set in the middle but about two notches clockwise on the stiffer side...i had it on zero but it was way to stiff for me it bad enough that i have low profile and can feel every bump on the road...and as far as maneuvering over driveways n speedbumps i don't have a problem with rubbing since i now changed my two front tires to 225/35/19 and rear is 235/35/19 and i don't even have to go sideways on speedbump just very slowly...i use to have problems rubbing when the fronts were 235/35 when i made a complete turn, other than that it's all gravy...the only thing that sucks now is i can't rotate my tires, ...you'll be happy with your tein ss...all of my suspensions on my cars were tein(basics) and i had no problem with those...i hope that helps!!! NOW TIME TO GET SLAMMED!!!
  7. wrxyboy
    04-09-2009 01:37 PM - permalink
    wrxyboy
    J-steele the ride on the lowest setting is comfortable to me because i came from a WRX STI which had a harsh ride cause that car was all about performance for me. As for maneuvering over speed bumps and driveways the only thing that scratches is the 3rd cat delete i have installed and for those parking lots that have huge speed bumps i scratch the frame but those are rare to find huge speed bumps. The plastic guard i took off cause i think it redirections the air to cool the radiator so i dont scratch on that anymore lol. I know the Tein SS will have a smoother ride if you use the EDFC to change up the ride settings. But I am about 2 weeks out (hopefully) from being air bagged, thats if the shipment from japan get here next week.
  8. chuanger
    04-07-2009 01:22 PM - permalink
    chuanger
    Sup! You don't have to pull apart your headlights to change out your bulbs. There's a safety torx screw you need to remove on the backside of your headlights to gain access to the HID low beam bulb.
  9. godizus
    03-26-2009 05:06 PM - permalink
    godizus
    Glad I could help!
  10. godizus
    03-26-2009 03:36 PM - permalink
    godizus
    Thanks for the compliments! They are 20's and the ride is actually still pretty good...you feel more feedback from the road, but I had a prelude before the TL so I actually like it. I need to raise the car up about a half inch to ensure that I don't rub ever and it'll be perfect for me.
    The wheels are Volk GT30's they are a 35 offset to clear the Brembos, you could have more of a lip on an outo or with a staggered setup.
    They are pricey because they are 2 piece forged wheels, also because they are Volks! A quick search yielded prices in the 800-900 per wheel range...not sure about the companies with prices that low though...

    Hope it helps.

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