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  1. shmeltn07
    02-05-2015 12:24 PM - permalink
    shmeltn07
    Don't mean to bother you but I have been doing some research because I am purchasing a full race exhaust and while searching your name popped up. When I ordered my full race exhaust they emailed me asking which size adapter I needed and you are the first person I came across running the same setup that I am installing. I have an xlr8 performance HFC which is identical to the Berk and wanted to know what size you ran/run with that setup.

    Thanks,
    Dave
  2. Mikey6p
    10-08-2012 03:06 AM - permalink
    Mikey6p
    Please resubmit your for sale threads with an actual paper with your info. You can't photoshop it in.
  3. RobbyC
    06-08-2012 01:52 PM - permalink
    RobbyC
    Hey man, just out of curiosity with the G35 wheels did you have problems with TPMS or not?

    Would I be able to run TPMS with the G35 wheels? I plan on getting the hub centric rings but don't want to go and buy these unless I know for sure everything will work once I buy them.
  4. youngz13o
    05-23-2012 01:24 AM - permalink
    youngz13o
    Love your rims.. What kind are they? :]
  5. codyc
    04-12-2012 06:59 PM - permalink
    codyc
    Hello sir,

    I read your DIY for adjusting toe settings.. To give you a little background, I have an 07 Si and am tearing through my rear tires. (passenger side is far worse) I was about to buy the skunk2 camber kit but thought I'd give myself a toe adjustment first. My question: what is the best commuter settings? I love tearing the corners up when I get a chance, but this baby is my daily driver and I'd like to get the most mileage out of my tires! I should also add that my car is at stock ride height; as far as I can tell.

    Thank you for any input!!
    -Cody

    If you have a reply, shoot it to cody.carlentine@gmail.com

    Cheers!
  6. 0720Steve
    01-16-2012 10:02 AM - permalink
    0720Steve
    look good from what i can see. you going to do a before and after and settle the debate?

    06 TSX vs DC5R comparison pics inside! - K20A.org .:. The K Series Source . Honda / Acura K20a k24a Engine Forum
  7. 0720Steve
    11-24-2011 11:41 AM - permalink
    0720Steve
    1 thread per topic please
  8. GeezerSi
    03-27-2011 06:39 AM - permalink
    GeezerSi
    Yes, sorry, but that thread was also removed. It violated the site rule regarding group buy threads, which are allowed to be started by only an approved site vendor.
  9. mescay
    03-22-2011 06:35 PM - permalink
    mescay
    Just for my reference, here is a picture of the primary sensor



    When you say to "Cut the sensors wire in the half way point", are you talking about cutting the wire on the left side or the right side of this picture? And what do you mean by "halfway point"? Thanks
  10. 46074
    03-22-2011 04:59 PM - permalink
    46074
    This is what u do... Go to home depot, buy about a foot of 10 gauge wire, buy some butt connectors, & some electrical tape.

    1. Cut the sensors wire in the half way point but make sure u know which blk wire is which cuz there's 2 blk wires in the sensor.
    2.get the 10 gauge wire & use the butt connector to connect it to the sensor...then connect the same wire to the same color of the other side of the sensor. Do that with all the wires. There should be 4 in total.
    3. U don't have to do this but this is how I did it.. I wrapped it all in electrical tape, then I put tin foil around it to protect it from heat and them I wrapped it w/ electric tape again


    Done

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  • About mescay
    M/F
    male
    Name
    Mike
    Location
    Bay Area, California
    Interests
    cars, hockey, road and mountain biking
    Comments
    Top Gear FTW!
    Car Year
    2008
    Body Style
    FA5 sedan
    Car Color
    Nighthawk Black
    Engine/Performance Modifications
    Installed:
    -e-tunez.com tuning by VitViper
    -AEM CAI v2
    -Skunk2 Megapower header
    -Full Race 3" exhaust
    -Boomba Motor Mounts
    -Comptech Stage 2 supercharger with 3.15" pulley
    -IMT inlet manifold
    -Hbrid racing fuel rail with fuel pressure gauge
    Wheel/Suspension Upgrades
    CURRENT SETUP:
    -2006 Infiniti G35 wheels 18x8 +30
    -falken azenis rt-615K 225/40/18
    -Stock suspension with Eibach pro-kit lowering springs


    OLD SETUP:
    Rota Tarmac 3 Hyper Black 18x8 +48 offset
    20mm spacers front and rear (Ichiba version 2)
    225/40/18 Bridgestone potenza re760 sport
    Skunk2 pro-s version 2 coilvers
    Skunk2 rear camber arms
    Exterior Modifications
    -custom CAI from the lower front grill
    -EZ-LIP rubberized front underbody spoiler
    -civic hybrid decklid spoiler
    Interior Modifications
    Red Honda steering badge

    Weathertech floors trays front and rear (the best)

    LED dome lights front and rear

    eBay "Civic" side step garnishes front and rear
    Future Modification Plans
    aftercooler
    3" pulley
    Acura TL throttle body
    projector headlights

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