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Thread: 1995 VTI-R EK4

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    Quote Originally Posted by rixii View Post
    What made you part with the 86 onto a ek4?
    and where'd you move from? :O
    Reason for selling the 86 was at the stage I owned it I didn't have a garage and it was living out on the street, it also had way to many small issues that needing fixing, I got offered more $$$$ for it then I paid for it so I took the $$$$$ and ran

    I move to Sydney from NZ 3 years ago now
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    Have purchased the below:



    Pick it up next Wednesday and will fit the following weekend

    Looked at ARC, Mugen and Injen, but the Mugen soultion is the cleanest looking IMO plus the ARC just looked like a hot airbox and Injen was over price for what it was again IMO

    Next step now is camber arms for the front and rear new tyres and a decent alignment
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    Needs more windscreen sticker and roundabout->gutterslap
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    imo it doesn't need low offset wheels, the p1rs are perfect. Function > form
    DIY 'til your fingers bleed or the part breaks, only then take it to a professional who won't do the work as meticulously as yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honda_impreza View Post
    imo it doesn't need low offset wheels, the p1rs are perfect. Function > form
    Cheers man, yeah I'm not a stanch fan, I like my cars to be funcational so the wheels will be staying and i won't be making the car any lower

    Next mods will be camber kits for front and rear, new tyres and a decent alignment

    Then might look at the swaybars and bushings
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    Quote Originally Posted by justinspiderholden View Post
    Then might look at the swaybars and bushings
    Front ek4 sway bar is sufficient IMO. I have ASR and EK9 rear swaybar on my EM1. It's an awesome mod, it makes a world of difference.
    DIY 'til your fingers bleed or the part breaks, only then take it to a professional who won't do the work as meticulously as yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justinspiderholden View Post
    Cheers man, yeah I'm not a stanch fan, I like my cars to be funcational
    seconded, plus it's nice being able to run decent rubber
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honda_impreza View Post
    Front ek4 sway bar is sufficient IMO. I have ASR and EK9 rear swaybar on my EM1. It's an awesome mod, it makes a world of difference.
    Sweet this is good to know, I was going to look at doing LCA and the ASR brace as well down the track, I really jsut want to go nuts on suspension bits

    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    seconded, plus it's nice being able to run decent rubber
    Yeah I couldn't give an ass about be flush or stanched out

    Any recomendations on a good 205/45/16
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    Quote Originally Posted by justinspiderholden View Post
    Any recomendations on a good 205/45/16
    Ive got 205/45/16 T1R rubber, but I think they've been discontinued. Good bang for buck

    I recommend Bridgestone Potenza RE002 for street, great tyre and priced well
    DIY 'til your fingers bleed or the part breaks, only then take it to a professional who won't do the work as meticulously as yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -EGA.2.90- View Post
    Needs more windscreen sticker and roundabout->gutterslap
    fuck off with your shit ****.


    Looks good, should look good on.. Good luck with the build.

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