The Mistress 15’ FB6

Discussion in 'Build Threads' started by SpnFed_CivicSi, Feb 13, 2018.

  1. SpnFed_CivicSi

    SpnFed_CivicSi Well-Known Member

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    Well, after a wait that seemed to go on FOREVER!! She’s finally seeing some love come her way.

    2015 DBP Civic Si
    Deemed “The Mistress” by the Wifey

    Engine & Trans:
    PRL Cold Air Intake
    FullRace Catted Downpipe
    FullRace Catback Exhaust
    HaSport Upper & Lower Mount
    Hondata Flashpro
    VitViper Tuned
    *Grounds moved from Fuelrail to Head*
    Acuity Radiator hoses

    Russell SS Clutch line
    CDV delete
    DC Sports 400g round shift knob
    Acuity Shifter Bushings
    Acuity Short Shifter
    Acuity Throttle Pedal Spacer
    Acuity Transmission Select Springs

    Suspension & Brakes:
    BC Racing BR series coil overs / Swift Springs
    Progress 22mm RSB
    SiriMoto Phase 2 adjustable Endlinks
    BuddyClub BBK
    ARP extended studs


    Wheels & Tires:
    Avid1 av06 18x8.5 +35
    Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S

    For Show:
    Spec D projector headlights with H1 bulbs
    EagleEyes LED taillights
    LED reverse lights
    LED interior lights
    Password JDM CF coil pack cover



    Hopefully more to come. Eventually planning on CT-E supercharged.
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  2. webby
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    Looking good. What suspension are you looking at?
     
  3. SpnFed_CivicSi

    SpnFed_CivicSi Well-Known Member

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    Thanks @webby
    Progress 22mm RSB and I’m thinking of going with either Ksport or BC coilovers. But I got to get the fenders rolled before I can lower her.
     
  4. webby
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    You think you’ll rub? What are your wheel specs with offset, and what are your tire specs?
     
  5. SpnFed_CivicSi

    SpnFed_CivicSi Well-Known Member

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    Oh I’ll rub. I’m running stock tire size right now . I believe they’re half inch wider than stock Si wheels
     
  6. webby
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    Your wheels will start to tuck as you lower the suspension naturally. Unless those wheels are super low offset, you may be surprised. A lot of people have run 9” wheels and didn’t have to roll fenders. It comes down to offset.
     
  7. r18-power

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    Im glad all my old parts went to a nice home! The car is looking great bro! If you want your fenders rolled message me and Ill send you the info for the guy that did mine, he goes to your house. I never had any rubbing with those wheels..

    Btw I still have the springs I had on the car if you’re interested in them...
     
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  8. r18-power

    r18-power Well-Known Member

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    Those were my wheels webby they are 18x8.5 +35 on the 225/40/18 tires. I rubbed when I didn’t have my fenders rolled because I ran stock camber specs.
     
  9. webby
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    When you lower the car it’ll gain negative camber
     
  10. SpnFed_CivicSi

    SpnFed_CivicSi Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I’m not into the stanced thing. I want as much tread contact as possible. I wanta challenge corners... not speed bumps. Lol
     
  11. webby
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    Yeah I’m not talking crazy camber. You may gain an additional degree depending how low you go. A little negative actually helps in cornering as well.
     
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    No stickers? #SleeperMode
     
  13. ron v
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    Digging ur ride. Those wheels are a nice fit. Gonna be awesome to see it a bit lower.
     
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  14. SpnFed_CivicSi

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    283EEF44-37FF-4877-8604-A39A33AF98D2.jpeg My brother cleared my Acuity WishList
     
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  15. ron v
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    ron v I gotta have more cowbell

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    Watcha get
     
  16. SpnFed_CivicSi

    SpnFed_CivicSi Well-Known Member

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    Radiator hoses, Throttle pedal spacer, and shift assist springs :)
     
  17. ron v
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    ron v I gotta have more cowbell

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    oh nice! so that completes the acuity shift kit?!
     
  18. SpnFed_CivicSi

    SpnFed_CivicSi Well-Known Member

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    Yeah. All but the shift knob.
     
  19. bauer311
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    Your ride looks great!
     
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  20. SpnFed_CivicSi

    SpnFed_CivicSi Well-Known Member

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    Thanks!! Getting there.. one slow step at a time. Lol
     
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