Tian90crx wrote:Lol I like how it went from a "keeping it original" to "I'm probably going to boost it"
Same exact thing happened with me.
Props on it, it looks really nice, and so jealous of how good of a shape the shell is in.
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trent89 wrote:if you place an intercooler where the oem intake box goes, i dont believe there would be enough cool air flow for the intercooler to actually do its job. thats why everyone runs a front mount. i like the idea and have thought about it a lot myself but i dont think its functional.
vanrij wrote:I've wanted to do an air-to-water intercooler in the OEM air box area (and air box shaped) for a long time. Could be done very clean at the expense of a custom intercooler.
paopao wrote:Moar pics.
These shots give a good idea of the ride height on the stock suspension.
While I was happy with this for months, I ended up checking out a local CRX that was lowered and I remember just how good they look when the wheel gap is closed up. I ended up buying Koni Yellow shocks w/Ground Control coilovers. I had 400F/450R rates in the past and went with them again.
Not the best pic but after it was lowered:
Again, a little washed out but I was excited:
As you can see in some of these pics, I replaced the OEM exhaust with a Tanabe Medallion. I spent a long time looking for an RSR or Greddy. I saw some pics of the Tanabe and the construction looked similar. After receiving it I can say that the build quality is better than the RSR and Greddy exhausts I've had in the best, very pleased with the purchase.
Also put a K&N FIPK on the car. Throttle is MUCH louder now.
Love the look of the stock dash/wheel:
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