2013 Acura ILX lowered and 18" rims

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    2013 Acura ILX lowered and 18" rims

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    Dang that's low!
    These are the sport springs?

    Mind sharing what size and offset you're wheels are? Also camber adjustment and any rubbing issues?
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    Lookin real good. Is that yours Veilside?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumo View Post
    Dang that's low!
    lol It can go much much lower my friend. Still a lot of wheel gap, especially for 18in WHEELS... not rims.




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    Rims is an acceptable slang for wheels, we all know what he's saying. lol

    It's a nice streetable drop, looks much better than stock.. It still looks sharp.

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    Just a pet peeve of mine. Like when people say their polished wheels are chrome rims. Or when they say they have headerS on their 4 banger. Guess I wont have a problem with the later on these ILXs huh?

    Dope drop and nice wheels. Who made them?



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    Now it's a "downpipe"

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    Isn't the exhaust manifold on a 4 cylinder called a header? Or have I been lied to my whole life.

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    I always thought the same?

    Parts of an Exhaust
    Header -> Cat (down pipe would bypass the cat) -> Mid pipe (b-pipe) -> muffler?

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    I just hate when people with cars using ONE header say they are installing headers. I wonder what they do with the extra header.

    You guys basically have the right idea with the exhaust system.
    We have a downpipe and cat though.




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    The header is actually integrated into the head of the K24Z7 so instead of a tradition header coming out it's just a downpipe.

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