Twas a bitch. Axel popped out 3 times. I work 9-6 so it took two days. The axel was a huge hurdle. Ive never had one pop out on me. Everything is perfect now so it ended positively.
No more wheel gap and wow did I miss the stiffer set up.
Just picked up my management package. Accuair E-Level management with touchpad. Saving up for the struts, a good $2200 atleast plus another $1000 for the install. It will take a while. Next year we'll see
Height base management system make sense to me as I carry my friends in my car all the time.
On the down side, I don't think I can install this myself as I dont have any experience in Air ride setups. It could be easier if I picked a different management though but this one comes with height sensor making it x2 harder to do-it-yourself.
Install will be ~$1000 on this.
AirRex struts will be $2200
I might buy another compressor if I find a good deal.
These two things are what most people typically mod first on their cars. Especially for most Honda/Acura guys. So I was wondering which one should I do first once the ILX comes out? Do you guys suggest I do rims first or suspension?
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I think suspension would be last on the ILX. It is so smooth and stays composed through the corners. Very minimal body roll. I am only doing tint, clear film protection, and big rims maybe 20's. First two are getting done the 3rd will wait until next summer. get-vidmateapp.commobdro download