Happy New Year, everyone! I've actually been laying low the past few weeks. Got covid which unfortunately caused me to miss Xmas with the fam, but we celebrated this weekend. I did end up taking that new job, so that's where I'm at currently. Going well so far. Hoping to do a lot of projects...
Eh...I don't hate it. I figured it would be a sedan and based on the Civic. If we're honest, that's what the Integra has always been...a Civic-based vehicle slightly upscaled. If they had brought out a coupe, I would have been very surprised seeing as there are no coupes anywhere in Honda's...
I dunno...just never happened for me. I've had people buy me the DVD on three separate occasions because they were so shocked I'd never seen it. All three of those DVDs are still around here somewhere...unopened.
Yeah, lots of people complained about the dubbing, but I didn't find it all that distracting. The twist seemed a little shoehorned in to me, like they decided that that's what it would be first before figuring out a way to make that work. I dunno, probably 7/10 for me. I'd watch more.
Gotcha, thanks. I think I'll probably be able to get away with a fairly snug fit since I won't be tracking the car, but we'll see. Will probably roll the rear fenders just for peace of mind.
Yeah, that Veloster N looks nice!
Ah, okay. Thanks for the info. I'm looking at 18x8 +40, should sit pretty flush and clear my new calipers if I've done my measurements right.
So is the width on the tires causing problems? I was actually looking at a 245 because I like a little bit of bulge versus the stretched look. a 245/35...
The rest of it arrived a few minutes ago, actually. The drilled and slotted rotors are overkill for sure, but the idea is to build a balanced street car that touches on every area. A little bit of bling is okay.
Ha! Yes, it is going that way. The only thing I've done recently is install the Progress sway bar and brace. Hopefully over the holiday weekend I will get some work done. Just moved in to my new place and I need to get the garage set up and cleaned out.
MOAR PARTZ HAVE ARRIVED
These are remanufactured 4-piston Brembos from an 04-08 TL Type-S. They're powdercoated and modified to fit the DC5 knuckles. I have StopTech rotors, pads, and stainless lines on the way also.