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Old 04-04-2010, 06:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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OK, before anyone starts bashing...I SEARCHED. I KNOW that you can order the Toyota Corolla S lip strippings and they will fit for the integra optional sides and rears. HOWEVER, I'm wondering where I could find/buy the same kind of weather stripping to put on my front lip.

I KNOW that the integra type-r's did not come with weather stripping on the front lip. but I like the look of it. And since my last lip was stolen, the paint is chipped along the edge where they ripped it off, so I want the stripping to help cover the centimeter or w/e of rough paint.

SO....where can I find this kind of thin weather stripping that i can fit onto the 98-01 ITR Front Lip???
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Old 04-04-2010, 07:00 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Why can't you buy the S weather stripping and mold it/cut it to fit the itr front lip?and your desire the look your going for. You could probably get away with only buying one type S weather stripping.
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it doesnt look like the length of either the side or rear valence stripping would be long enough to go from the fender to the grill without using 2 pieces. but i'll bust out the tape measure to be sure
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3m custom molding...? the red one. the good stuff then tape down what ever your heart desires.
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Old 04-04-2010, 08:21 PM   #5 (permalink)
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i used the door edge protector things on my front lip

you could kinda see it here



i just bought a long-ass roll from autozone/home depot
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Old 04-04-2010, 08:32 PM   #6 (permalink)
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there was some kind of weather stripping that your could buy on ebay, it was trying to call it jdm something, but came in 10ft lengths..im trying to find it again.
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the door protector thing is a thought..but i'm not sure if it would look that well on a white lip/car
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The weather stripping you want is from Honda Civic 4 door Si.
The part number is 08F03-SHJ-1100D. I just put this on my ITR lip, perfect fitment.
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^^post a pic man^^
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please post pic!!!
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Do not have a camera at this time, sorry.
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Old 04-05-2010, 05:08 PM   #12 (permalink)
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that part seems like it works for a 98+ type r lip but what about a 94-97 itr lip?
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I checked out my friends corolla S, and from the looks of the rear valence stripping, it seems like it would be long enough to use on the side of the type-r lip. However, it would probably take one for each side of the lip. it looks like it'd actually take a bit of trimming. i'll bust out the tape measure the next time i see her
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