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  • Last Activity: 10-01-2011 05:15 PM
  • Join Date: 04-15-2010

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  1. Rotr8
    01-31-2011 08:51 PM - permalink
    hahah yeah I work on base, and take Mt. Road home from work. where did you see me, I usually spot other 8s on the street? Yeah so far Im just getting a frozen mix which is worse than snow, cant wait for warmer weather Ive got alot of projects that need time worked on in warm air.
  2. 01-24-2011 10:37 AM - permalink
    http://www.racingworks.com/greddy_ex...p2_catback.htm

    If you go down to Mazda rx8 it says dual muffler, is that it?
  3. 01-24-2011 09:57 AM - permalink
    It says sideways mounted mufflers? this sucks, I wanted greddy so bad haha I'd probably go with b&b if I can't find a sp2
  4. 01-24-2011 09:17 AM - permalink
  5. 01-23-2011 10:17 PM - permalink
    That's what I thought, do you have a link to the midpipe you have?
  6. 01-23-2011 10:03 PM - permalink
    Greg I saw your video awhile back of you shooting flames, do you have a midpipe without a cat? Or did the greddy just do that itself?
  7. Vlaze
    01-10-2011 11:27 AM - permalink
    Sorry for the late response, the difficulty to adjust the coilovers isn't anymore difficulty than any other basic coilover . In regards to adjusting the height of the coil, it will require you to unbolt the shock from the top and bottom in order to properly adjust them.

    In regards to adjusting just the dampening, for the rear while they do give you an adjustment extension, unless you modify the sheet metal it will be difficult. I managed to route mine out side of the sheet metal where an opening was and slit the trunk wall to go through. However, the angle the extension was at was too much and after a few adjustments, it didn't take much to rip up. So after that I had to unbolt the top of the rear shocks and lower them (by removing the rear wheels so the hub could lower as well) in order to get to the adjuster.

    The fronts are easily accessible under the hood with knobs you can put on to turn to the dampening of your preference without removing anything.
  8. klanham08
    08-21-2010 07:34 AM - permalink
    Yup still got them on, haven't had much luck selling them. I've been working on getting everything ready for classes to start next week so haven't really been trying though. Thinking about getting them off within the next month and just eBaying them or something and getting some Winter Tires with the money.
  9. klanham08
    08-20-2010 09:59 PM - permalink
    Lol I was just there today. I'll be there tomorrow sometime too probably.
  10. 9krpmrx8
    08-11-2010 02:17 PM - permalink
    Sorry, you misunderstood. I am not selling the 10mm spacers, I was just commenting. But yes, I run 25mm spacers and they bolt on just like wheels. The type of spacers I run are different, they are like these but I run Eibach spacers, they are one piece and the studs and hubcentric ring are all part of it.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/HUBCE...Q5fAccessories

    Email me or PM if you have any other questions.

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