Yeah. Fronts were actually the cheaper ones. I'll post up a pic in a day or two assuming I don't forget. Currently at some stupid fireworks festival.
thats pretty similar to how mine sits actually... maybe an inch further out...They're the exact same as the RSX rears but the rotor hat is extended cause of the hub offset difference. They're just stupid expensive cause Japan. Denso primary o2 sensor on American Amazon? $93.xx with free shipping. Same o2 sensor on JDM Amazon is 50,000 yen plus shipping.
Here's those pictures. Works better for me cause I'm using the PCI slider rail. And despite having rotated the pictures, they're unrotating in the preview. Sorry if you have to turn your head at odd angles.
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I had a student in a NC with MCS 1-way and I was impressed with how nice it felt absorbing everything on track. That shock is money (both figuratively and literally).Haha, thanks! Driving the balls off her is the only way
What do you mean by soft? Cause it's really not... it has 12k/7k springs, taking motion ratios into account it comes out to about 9.36/6.09 wheel rate. I guess that is a bit on the soft side compared to your RSX, idk what the spring rates on your sti are, but being a race car I imagine they're pretty high... I guess I wanted to keep some semblance of comfort on the street, it's not working very well though, haha. Also this track is kinda bumpy and very humpy, and the camera is my phone on a windshield suction cup mount, so there's prolly a bit more motion transmitted than the car actually has
There's a good chance I'll be switching to MCS shocks over the winter, but I'll be staying with similar spring rates... but thinking about bringing the spread a bit closer. Haven't decided if it'll be the softer in front or stiffer in rear route. Kinda leaning towards softer in the front and make up the difference with a sway bar, then I'll have more confidence hauling ass on bumpy back roads :vtec: (but no vtec... I wish)
Anyway, that's my 37 dollar reply to a 2 cent comment... haha
I mean yeah, but really only 2-300 more than I spent on my Ohlins setup, and they're more than 2-300 better...I had a student in a NC with MCS 1-way and I was impressed with how nice it felt absorbing everything on track. That shock is money (both figuratively and literally).
those humps seam similar to the humps at turn 9 at pacific raceways... wide smoothish humps that aren't all that smooth once you're going fast enough, I don't think there's much suspension can do there, even with oem soft springs...
Thats mostly all curbing. Except for the beginning of video thats from my dampers being too soft. Also its just a bit of a bumpy track in some spots. High end shocks can absorb the bumps here a lot better.those humps seam similar to the humps at turn 9 at pacific raceways... wide smoothish humps that aren't all that smooth once you're going fast enough, I don't think there's much suspension can do there, even with oem soft springs...
or am I seeing that completely wrong and its bouncing off the curb that much?
ps. I also approve of your drive the balls off her method
Warmmilk, bring that Si to the track with me on Sept 22. I need a track buddy. But I'm a noob and never been to RMP.
who's hosting the track day? I'll more likely come in the miata, I have some shifting issues to figure out in the Si.. that and nobody makes track pads for it for some stupid reason...Warmmilk, bring that Si to the track with me on Sept 22. I need a track buddy. But I'm a noob and never been to RMP.