I’ve got the anthracite SM-10s. I thought about the bronze but had bronze previously. One of the best looking wheels on our cars.Oh yeah. Some A pillar gauges for fuel, a clock, radio station readout.
Apex sm10 bronze. Should've clear coated them because they're a matte finish so pain to keep clean
Actually had to lookup what ear gauges areI’ve got the anthracite SM-10s. I thought about the bronze but had bronze previously. One of the best looking wheels on our cars.
Also, I’m thinking ear gauges to go with the vape. You must be an old guy like me lol
Passenger intermediate brake line failed on my 98' Integra, thankfully I found out in the garage and not on a mountain road. Replaced with a $120 stainless steel kit off ebay from valexracing. So far so good, a lot easier than building new hardlines which would have been a nightmare. New battery and all new fluids as well...seems my Integra got jelly of all the work on the GTI and finally demands attention.
Though I may have an issue with the health of the engine, (JDM 98' spec Type R) I removed the oil cap and there is a concerning amount of blow-by. Probably do a compression and lead-down test today, though I'm pretty sure I might have some bad rings.
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awesome little camper!I know it's a super simple and boring mod, but words cannot express how stoked I am to have working trailer lights! I was able to do it without a converter box thanks to LED bulbs, DIY euro tails and the custom pigtail harnesses from @ZERO815!
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At some point i'll drop the gas tank and subframe and do it proper with hardlines, as the fuel lines will also need to be replaced in a few years. This is a stop-gap solution until thats done. Not to worried about chaffing since I put maybe 1000 miles on it per year and its pretty well held in by clamps.IF your going to run braided AN it’s imperative to keep the lines from chaffing.
For the time & money you’d spend on proper line management your better off building or buying new hardlines.
Outside of that potential issue, I’m almost positive flexible brake hose is only allowed at each wheel. If improper line management results in a failure your insurance company would use that as an “out”