Floor mats play an essential role in the interior look and feel, as they keep the interior of your car clean and protect it from everyday abuse. If you want to be sure that your RSX's interior will look like no one else Designer Mat floor mats would be your best bet!
This brand offers nine...
I have an SAX 100.4 amp for my front components and an SAX 1200D for my sub and both amps work when plugged in independently, but the SAX 1200D goes into protect when they are both plugged in.
I have 4 awg wire for both the power and ground wires on each amp, each with separate ground points...
I currently have 235/45/17 on a 17x9 +35 and I find it's a little too easy to rub the curb compared to stockies.
I was thinking about a wheel repair service to fix my mistakes, but would moving to a 255/40/17 give my wheels a little more protection since it's a wider tire?
I know there are a few threads about different options to prevent power steering line damage. I have been looking around for the best possible way to prevent a melt down before installing my kit and I have come up with the following:
Heat wrap tubing for the power steering line...
I recently bought a Buddy Club bucket seat and am worried that the bolster will get messed up after getting in and out of the car over time. I saw that Recaro makes one but am not sure if it fits and it also costs like 120$. Does any other company make them?
I just got a Buddy Club bucket seat and am worried that the bolsters will wear out over time from getting in and out of the car. I saw that Recaro had some bolster protectors but I'm not sure they fit and my seat isn't a Recaro. Does any other company make them?
I have for sale a set of 3M clear protection stickers for the Acura RSX (any year/trim).
The stickers are pre-cut by 3M (perfect fitment), which includes the front portion of your hood, fenders, and side mirrors.
I got these awhile back when my friend was taking a course at 3M. He said he...
I have been researching about Foglights. I'm looking to get InlineFour Ion Foglights for my 06. However I see that many crack from everyday driving. So I will probably protect them, but I don't know what to use. I also don't want to add a protectant that will melt. Thanks.
I have a set of 4 Michelin Pilot HX MXM4 All Season tires for sale. I bought these off Bibiboo earlier this year around March because I needed tires for the summer but ended up with another set. Kept these inside the house and found no use for them. Here is the original post from Bibiboo...
ok so I was thinking how to protect few places in MS3 from damn Chicago's salty winter.
I have a plan to cover under fender space (especially rear) with protective layer of smth which:
1) can protect painted metal from rocks and chips which are straight way to corrosion
2) can be lightweight
I'm running a CTSC with 8 psi.
I'm in North Cali and it's been getting quite hot hear at times. It will hit like 105 at times. I just wanted to see if anyone has the parameters set for the temp compensation. If so, what values did you set?
Also, I just got dyno tuned, but noticed...
OMG a thread that is actually NOT about foglight installs :eek:
long story short, i need something to protect my foglights any suggestions?
for those of us that have nothing better to do, or are curious about a few of the ebay fog light kits
cut me some slack on the wording and grammar it's...
All sizes are premium quality w/ a life rating of 9 years.
24" x 12"- $4 per foot w/ $5.50 shipping
30" x 12"- $5.50 per foot w/ $5.50 shipping
48" x 12"- $7.50 per foot w/ $5.50 shipping (great for doing whole hood)