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post #29 of 6485 (permalink) Old 01-11-2006, 09:51 AM
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lookin awesome steve...gotta love ssbp....
new wheels were a good choice btw

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Where you satisfied with there work? I was always led to believe to stay away from big chains (I have never heard of them).
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Steve: Looking good!


I think I am going to have to suggest some trim dye though .

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post #32 of 6485 (permalink) Old 01-11-2006, 10:36 AM
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Was that spring/shock combo reccomended by NL Motoring? I just had to ask because thats the same setup i have, but after putting it on and then looking at the numbers (oops), i'm not sure how long the reds will last, ive tried to contact koni by phone but the reps are always busy...

As far as the springs go tho, i like the drop, and I can tolerate the spring rates, and friend that has them on his 325i constantly complains about how ther're to soft for him, but i think theyre a nice comprimise.

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Was that spring/shock combo reccomended by NL Motoring?
I guess you could say that, as recommendations were being thrown around while sitting at the BlackJack and/or Roulette tables in NY NY Hotel in Vegas while we were hanging out back when SEMA was going on


Good words that you like the tolerable spring rates, i can't wait to get all this stuff on (looks like it'll be next weekend) and experience it first hand.....

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Pretty nice ride, Torque 5's look nicer on an Integra than I thought.

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hey we have one next to my house!! sort'a.. they are AWESOME... despite my ''2-week'' wait for work on (my car) it turned into 8-9 weeks.. I love them 'cause they did a HELL of a job, and their, like, warranty thing ain't too shabby ya' know I mean the damage was really bad, so bad... mmann.. they did a phenomonal job.. I never heard of them and thought it was just a localised thing.. glad you went there and was happpy (=

yeah, I know the entire exhaust thing is like tempting & decisive, but I mean the tradeoff, that being the quietness tone, is so hard to pass up for an exhaust... =\

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Quote: BudgetLSRacer on Jan/11/06Was that spring/shock combo reccomended by NL Motoring?
I guess you could say that, as recommendations were being thrown around while sitting at the BlackJack and/or Roulette tables in NY NY Hotel in Vegas while we were hanging out back when SEMA was going on


Good words that you like the tolerable spring rates, i can't wait to get all this stuff on (looks like it'll be next weekend) and experience it first hand.....

Any updates on the teg Weekends are usually good times for cars.
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u gonna up some pics for us when its done

i need to do mine soon

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All right, after a full day of working on here and making the 4 hour trek back home, she's a totally different ride now













And we even have time to put on my Comptech rear lower bar that i saved from my old teg.. if you ever are going to install one of these, be prepared for some serious cursing, lol.... as its one pain in the a__ of an install





Up next will be new sway bars and steel braided brake lines....... then i'll debate/decide what to do engine wise......

until that time, i'll enjoy it as is, thanks for Chris and Danielle for the hispitality and helping/doing the install
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looks great lowered

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i didnt like the rims b4 but now that its lowered i do.

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it looks really good Z, although i think you need the rest of the OEM kit
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