true that. I can help u do the coil install if u wanna come over on the weekend sometime. Bring some beers and we can knock it out pretty quick
And I would do header and exhaust first. I had a cat-back for 5+ years. Then slapped a header on January '14. Then a few months later FP and Intake. I ran the header and exhaust without tuning for a while and never threw a CEL on the dash and no performance issues. But the FP wakes up the car for sure, and best to start tuning after you have your bolts on, I believe.
No, never had any problems. I've only had it a few months. It fits in a little cubby hole in the bumper area in front of the front fender liner and doesn't really get wet anyway. But the hydro cover gives you peace of mind.
I think it's all a bunch of hoopla. Sure it may be ideal to pair springs with new shocks, but then what's the point of buying affordable lowering springs? Might as well buy coils at that point. I used lowering springs on my stock shocks from Spring 2009 to February 2012. About 4 years. And never felt anything annoying from my steering system. But that may be sound advice, but I think it isn't something to really worry about. Because I never had a problem.
oh okay that makes sense too. I paired them with just the stock shocks. It was no biggie. I just loved the look from the drop, they were stiff and firm but made the car handle like a dream. And if you're worried about clearance I even ran 18x7.5 +38 paired with 225/40/18 tyres and didn't rub. IMO neuspeed race are the best lowering springs for the Si. I have coils now but still love those springs lol
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