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Hey all. Been awhile since you saw me last. Haven't done much with my sedan. Just some spacers, sport grille and the lip kit. There's some other small stuff but that doesn't matter. First couple are after grille and spacers were installed while the last few are after the lip kit.





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Looking good. What size spacers did you install?
 

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Thanks. 15mm in front and 20mm in the rear.
 

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Killed all the chrome except for emblems and window trim. I'll get the window trim in the spring when it warms up.
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I did indeed. Its not OEM though. Its a urethane replica so it didn't come with the provisions that require drilling through the bumpers which I wouldn't have done anyway.
 

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Still looks good....did you have to get the pieces painted?
Yes I did. In all, the rep kit plus paint came out to just over $400 total. Just a bit cheaper than what Honda wants for their $1200 kit.
 

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I've thought about it. Waiting on spring to come around before I pull the trigger on anything. Likely I'll go with H&R sport springs rather than coilovers. My 7th gen was on Tein SS w/ EDFC and while it was nice, it served a purpose since I used to autox with it. This car is autotragic and more of a cruiser so I won't go that route.
 

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I've thought about it. Waiting on spring to come around before I pull the trigger on anything. Likely I'll go with H&R sport springs rather than coilovers. My 7th gen was on Tein SS w/ EDFC and while it was nice, it served a purpose since I used to autox with it. This car is autotragic and more of a cruiser so I won't go that route.
That's a good choice. I'm researching on how to lower my 16 coupe. Do you know which camber kit you're gonna get?
 

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That's a good choice. I'm researching on how to lower my 16 coupe. Do you know which camber kit you're gonna get?
Not at the moment. With such a mild drop, I think I'll wait to see how it settles out before I decide if I get a camber kit.
 

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Nicest 9th gen I've seen. Good job hombre.
 
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Since I last checked in, I finally got around to throwing on a set of H&R Sport springs, I tossed on an eBay universal rear diffuser and added a light smoke tint to the rear turn signal and reverse light area. Last pic shows how the drop and the spacers I'm running come together. My OEM+ look is now complete.

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So fresh and so clean clean. Any plans on getting new wheels?
Thanks for the love. I don't plan on new wheels for the time being since life is rearing its ugly head at me. Later on, I do want to swap the shocks out for some Tein EnduraPro's and as for wheels, we'll see what jumps out at me.
 
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