Thank you so much for the support! Looks great!Been slacking on the updates, so here is a dump. Have more sitting in the office floor but it is too hot in Texas to do anything else until the Fall.
Beatrush rear strut bar: you will have to cut into the liner, but it is much less noticeable than other rear strut bars available. Literally, two small slits with the razor blade and push the bracket through. Watch out for the hatchback side trim clips, they are incredibly easy to break (just like many other clips on the car).
Flap Fab stone guards: pinpoint precision fitment and good quality. Much better than the DIY set I had prior and shout out to @TR3BLE for the YT video introducing me to this company.
@Suma Performance rear and side view mirrors: these are a game changer. I can see a minimum of 3 lanes of traffic on each side, absolutely no blind spots while retaining the BSI and heated functionality. The 10th gen Type R has the same rear view mirror model as the 11th gen, so you can order the 10th gen from their website and it will fit seamlessly.
@TypeRLEDs turn signals and reverse lights: always hated the amber bulbs, and I wanted to support a Type R focused company more than Lasfit . Be aware, they are BRIGHT. (Reverse lights not shown since main focus was getting rid of the amber and only got the reverse so they would match).
Jets Vinyl headlight tint: shout out to @arbies for putting me on to this company. Amber lights are the worst and this is the next best thing to the JDM headlight. Dry vinyl installation that takes like 10-20 minutes.
Rywire ground kit: all the OEM grounds are not good. Rywire makes a universal kit that has all the ground wires you need and remedies that. The quality comparison is night and day and there is no longer exposure on the ends, and rather heat shrinked the way it should be.
Miscellanous: PRL rear motor mount, braided clutch line, Dream Automotive braided brake lines, and Acuity shifter cable bushings. RMM is the big ticket and assists in reducing wheel hop dramatically.
Great suggestion! I am planning on swapping these guys out when I do a short shifter swap. Still deciding if I want to go with Hybrid or Acuity... There are some pros and cons for each. Too many things to do and too little money hahahaIDK if you have these yet. While you're under the hood changing the shifter bushings. Grab a set of these.
I did the shifter base bushings, cable bushings and the detent springs. It made the shifter even more crisper.Great suggestion! I am planning on swapping these guys out when I do a short shifter swap. Still deciding if I want to go with Hybrid or Acuity... There are some pros and cons for each. Too many things to do and too little money hahaha
certainly financially irresponsible without question, but at least it's an investment into something I can use on a daily basis and enjoy regularlyI did the shifter base bushings, cable bushings and the detent springs. It made the shifter even more crisper.
They way you're putting mods into it. Looks like money isn't a problem