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Just thought I'd say hi to everyone on the forum. I've been lurking and reading the info on here and figured I'd join since I put my reservation in today after going to the dealer and sitting down with the sales manager. This will be my 2nd Integra. I had a 92DA right after high school (black on black GS with a B18a and a manual.)
 

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Just thought I'd say hi to everyone on the forum. I've been lurking and reading the info on here and figured I'd join since I put my reservation in today after going to the dealer and sitting down with the sales manager. This will be my 2nd Integra. I had a 92DA right after high school (black on black GS with a B18a and a manual.)
Welcome! What are you driving at the moment? Any pics of your old Integra?
 

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Thanks. That's a good looking DA too
Yeah, I love that it sits on factory GSR blades turned into a two or three piece deep dish wheel!
Acura knows how much we love those blades and came out with a set for the 2023 model:
 

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Yeah, I love that it sits on factory GSR blades turned into a two or three piece deep dish wheel!
Acura knows how much we love those blades and came out with a set for the 2023 model:
The 18's are grey. Your poll says they are black
 

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Currently I daily a CG Accord and have 4 chevy trucks, a Camaro, and 4 bikes. Here's some pics of my old DA View attachment 483
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Dude. I love this so much. I used to have a DA myself.

Did you install those headlights yourself? I did a swap to the JDM lights. It looks SO MUCH better.. but it was quite a PITA. Lots of cutting wires, etc.

I'll see if I can track down a pic of mine.

What suspension setup were you running? That thing looks crazy low.
 

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Dude. I love this so much. I used to have a DA myself.

Did you install those headlights yourself? I did a swap to the JDM lights. It looks SO MUCH better.. but it was quite a PITA. Lots of cutting wires, etc.

I'll see if I can track down a pic of mine.

What suspension setup were you running? That thing looks crazy low.
Thanks. I installed the headlights myself. I was just starting out in the auto body industry. I did restorations and collision repair for 16 years before I started driving a 18 wheeler. So much less drama and dealership politics.

The suspension was just some cheap generic 4 inch sleeve coilovers and a camber kit that I bought from a place called Tokyo Image that has been out of business for 15+ years
 

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Thanks. I installed the headlights myself. I was just starting out in the auto body industry. I did restorations and collision repair for 16 years before I started driving a 18 wheeler. So much less drama and dealership politics.

The suspension was just some cheap generic 4 inch sleeve coilovers and a camber kit that I bought from a place called Tokyo Image that has been out of business for 15+ years
I did an Eibach and Koni combo on mine.
Then I used the Ground Control mounts here so the shocks weren't quite so compressed. It actually made for a pretty decent ride.
 

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I did an Eibach and Koni combo on mine.
Then I used the Ground Control mounts here so the shocks weren't quite so compressed. It actually made for a pretty decent ride.
Nice. Mine was a little bouncy, but it was a ton of fun to drive. The only thing that ever scraped was the exhaust tip, when I would pull into my driveway going about 25 mph :LOL:
We have really good roads in Kansas
 

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Nice. Mine was a little bouncy, but it was a ton of fun to drive. The only thing that ever scraped was the exhaust tip, when I would pull into my driveway going about 25 mph :LOL:
We have really good roads in Kansas
Funny you should mention scraping. For me it was the exhaust resonator right in the middle of the car. It was at the brakeover point and would scrape every now and then. Although the car was so low I had to avoid speed bumps.
 

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Funny you should mention scraping. For me it was the exhaust resonator right in the middle of the car. It was at the brakeover point and would scrape every now and then. Although the car was so low I had to avoid speed bumps.
Speed bumps were a no go for me as well. Some of them were so large they would've taken out the front bumper. As far as the resonator I don't remember it ever scraping

Edit for: I can't seem to ever type the letter N on this phone lol
 
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