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It already has full Buddy Club N1+ suspension so handles damn well already

Sweet, I've noticed that even with firmer than standard suspension setups they still like to start 1 wheel wondering the inside wheel when exiting a corner during spirited driving.

Well Im booked in for a Track day at Wakefield Park ont he 4th of September so we will find out how it goes then

Before the 4th I intend to:

Oil and Filter Chnage

Change Air Filter

Give it decent alignment and fit some betetr brake pads and higher temp fluid

Might also grab a Go-Pro HD if fund allow

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im going to sound mega retarded on this

but meh

on our honda beast we where rolling with a pod filter ( that i disliked from the word go ) so i finaly ditched it in favour of a k&n pannel filter to use in the factory air box ( silly me i should have looked at a hks or spoon pannel filter as there where cheaper live and learn aye )

the differnce was mind blowing

car doorted so much better........so much so i will ( am ) recomending on to you asap

please snd me front lip..........i need one for our honda

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im going to sound mega retarded on this

but meh

on our honda beast we where rolling with a pod filter ( that i disliked from the word go ) so i finaly ditched it in favour of a k&n pannel filter to use in the factory air box ( silly me i should have looked at a hks or spoon pannel filter as there where cheaper live and learn aye )

the differnce was mind blowing

car doorted so much better........so much so i will ( am ) recomending on to you asap

please snd me front lip..........i need one for our honda

Wicked good to know, I don't want to go the Pod because if I get pulled over here, the cops can ask you to open the bonnet and if they see a Pod filter you will get an instant defect (Austrailias version of a Pink Sticker)

So was going to go the K&N and Spoon filter in stock box option, go to hear that they make a differnce, I will order the new filter this weekend

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Id you look at a Mugen Intake (best intake you can get for honda, power wise) It uses the OEM intake arm, has a plastic intake box with pod type filter inside. Also the filter goes around a velocity stack. This along with a cold airfeed to the box is the best you can really get.

I run a Stock air box, K&N Panel filter and Civic SIR intake arm in my Shuttle and it works great. In saying that I removed the factory Intake in my Type R and installed a J's Racing intake and gained 5kw. Removing the Cat converter gained another 3kw

edit, this is ideal http://civic-eg.com/viewtopic.php?p=34665

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Geeze its been a Long time, still own this thing

Was rocking a built b16a with boost for a few year,s but sold that engine now has a stock b16a again

Fitted a rebuilt S80 Type R Box from a 96 Integra with a 4.4 FD - LSD is like the best Mod ever for a FWD car

The Buddy Club coilovers were in the car for at least 5 years before I brought it and are getting very tired so the below were recently acquired:

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KW V3 - can't wait to get them fitted

Then its time for some more track days and hillclimbs - Turbo motor was fun but no good for these type of activities 

 

 

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