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sgtmorph

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I still haven’t a really good picture of the sun hitting the wheels and letting the blue pop haha
Now I’m torn regarding the CR’s…
I‘m 100% feeling the whole “blacked-out” everything on the sport trim.
So if I do 57CR’s, do I go flat black or gloss black…🤔🤔
 
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Now I’m torn regarding the CR’s…
I‘m 100% feeling the whole “blacked-out” everything on the sport trim.
So if I do 57CR’s, do I go flat black or gloss black…🤔🤔
I think gloss black would compliment the blue better than a flat black, or even a gun metal.
 

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I love the wheels , that looks awesome, I love enthusiasts who are unique enough to run blue rims over your standard coloured rims. Nice work.
 
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I love the wheels , that looks awesome, I love enthusiasts who are unique enough to run blue rims over your standard coloured rims. Nice work.
Appreciate that man. Sgp is very neutral like black and white so I think any darker colored metallic wheels would look really good. I had considered some dark red wheels but couldn’t find any I liked.
 

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if its the same as a 10th gen si sway bar it would be a 2mm upgrade 18-20.5 going to the type r bar
A very cool, thanks for that info, sounds like a nice upgrade and keeping it OEM is the way to go IMO.
 
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A very cool, thanks for that info, sounds like a nice upgrade and keeping it OEM is the way to go IMO.
for a non si car to upgrade to si rsb its worth it, only about 120 for everything brand new, Type R bar goes for 270ish now from parts departments not including the brackets so for an Si at that price point you might as well get aftermarket, I only got this one because it was a local sale off civicx for $100.
 
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27 won rmm fit right in and CTR sway bar fits 😎 car is very very responsive now, I can actually tell where the rear end is now in a corner. NVH isn’t terrible with the motor mount, after the 1000 miles it should be barely noticeable. Next is HKS coilovers and Michelin PS4s tires all around
 

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What's the benefit of the rear motor mount upgrade? Shift engagement at high rpms?
 
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