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  1. dvdjels
    06-12-2012 12:15 AM - permalink
    dvdjels
    Hey Ryan,

    Just wanted to say thanks again for hosting the whistler meet. I had a fantastic time thanks to you folks being super organized. This was definitely a memorable experience!
    Hope we have another meet coming up soon!

    Thanks again man!
  2. dvdjels
    06-04-2012 07:06 PM - permalink
    dvdjels
    Hey Ryan,

    So I found a set of rp1's with 17x9 +22

    Do you think it will fit my car?

    I am super sorry for the noob question...
  3. dvdjels
    05-15-2012 12:22 PM - permalink
    dvdjels
    yeah, i'll be looking into the 25th! Lets hope the work schedule doesn't swallow me up lol.
  4. dvdjels
    05-14-2012 01:08 PM - permalink
    dvdjels
    Yeah, I think I will change my suspension based on what wheels I run next. If i even change it. I do love the koni's and the H&R's.
    As for your car and many others, I am always interested in what people are doing so I look forward to our whistler cruise or even a meet before that!
  5. dvdjels
    05-13-2012 09:47 PM - permalink
    dvdjels
    You're probably right with regards to the switch in suspension set up.
    I think at this point, I am just looking for a set of wheels that is a bit more aggressive. Then again, I have no idea what I am on about lol
    We will definitely talk more about it next time.
    Since I have never seen your car, I was interested in what you have done to your si. iirc, you had flashpro?
  6. dvdjels
    05-12-2012 02:01 PM - permalink
    dvdjels
    Thanks for the reply Ryan,

    Well, I was actually looking into coilovers to replace my current set up since I was thinking about stance. I was thinking about running lower offsets too but yeah, I am not too sure if I want to deal with rubbing, even after fender work. So I am just looking into how much camber is enough (I also don't want too much camber lol) with minimal fender work..(I was reading that fender work has potential in damaging paint; whether it was shaving or rolling I don't recall..)

    Yeah, your thoughts? Were you going to go stance when you were talking ot Porson?
  7. dvdjels
    05-10-2012 07:02 PM - permalink
    dvdjels
    Hey Ryan,

    I could be imagining things but last time we were at tim hortons with Porson, I am not sure, but i recall you guys talking about going stance on your car?

    Anyhow, that aside, I was considering some 18x8.5 rims but I am not sure if they will rub and what not. I figured you knew a lot more than me with regarsd to this. So let me know lol!

    Look forward to hearing from you man
    -David
  8. toeknee
    04-03-2012 02:53 AM - permalink
    toeknee
    I don't know about the specification there but I'm sure it can achieve more camber than that. And don't forget that when your car is lowered, it gains camber in the rear automatically.
  9. toeknee
    04-02-2012 12:41 AM - permalink
    toeknee
    Hey Ryan, here's the camber plate i was telling you about, for the rear: CorSport: Honda - 2006-2011 Honda Civic Si - 35880
    you deal with stock bushings so it probably makes less noise than SPC or skunk2 camber arms. With SPC of skunk2 camber arms, I think you need to take off the camber arm each time you want to adjust the camber. The Ingall one doesn't; it just slides in and out

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  • About Ryan33
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    Location
    Vancouver, BC
    Car Year
    2009
    Body Style
    Si Coupe
    Car Color
    Dyno Blue Pearl
    Wheel/Suspension Upgrades
    Neuspeed Sport/Koni Yellow
    Ingalls front camber bolts
    Ingalls rear camber adjusters
    Exterior Modifications
    S2K AP1/OEM S2K clear lenses projector retrofit by HIDIllusionz
    Osram CBI and Denso slims
    VLEDS 5k DRL bulb
    Philips CrystalVision Ultra fog light bulbs
    Front license plate relocate
    GRFXP Ruby Red tail light overlay with reverse cut out
    Red rear signal bulbs
    LED license plate bulbs
    CIVIC debadge
    20% rear tint
    Window visors
    Interior Modifications
    CTR shift knob
    J's Racing red H steering wheel emblem
    Red H key cover
    Strutking dead pedal
    Dome/map and trunk LEDs
    Other Modifications
    Accord horn

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