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Red floor mats
Red JDM steering wheel emblem
Red ambient lighting
Oooo....I am a mechanic on F-15's...we use Nit carts on our fighters' tires and it is not so magical, if you will. Nitrogen, air, molecules, they're all the same?
Either way, I wouldn't pay extra for Nitrogen. just make sure you keep your tires PSI at your owners manual standard.
hey, my aunt is from Arizona! that counts, right? Cali native here!
Welcome! Make sure you wax your car Keeps it shiny and pretty! Plus, I read somewhere at some point in my life that it increase MPG by a tad bit. I sure hate to pay for fuel!
Good times and mileage for you, sir. Have fun
Welcome and congratz on your new ride!
K24Z7 Crew Member #195
2012 Si Coupe - Crystal Black Pearl - R.I.P.
2014 Si Coupe - Rallye Red
Welcome and enjoy the new ride!
K24Z7 Crew Member # 121
2012 SOP Si Sedan
200+ WHP Club Member #21
FlashPro-Tune by VitViper, RV6 Downpipe, Rick Spec'd CAI, Megan Racing N1 Muffler, Eibach Sportline springs, Eibach 19 mm rear sway bar, CT Engineering short shifter, Boomba Racing motor mounts, 25% Tint, and lots of wax.
In answer to a couple of questions, the Intake is the K&N 69-1019TS
69 Series Typhoon Performance Intake Kit, oh yes I do have the windows tinted ----it is a must in Arizona in any car. As far as the nitrogen filled tires, well I did that myself, we keep it at work to top of large transformers at the Copper mines. Evacuated the tires down with the pump we use to pull out all the air on the transformers, and filled them up. If you do some research on Nitrogen filled tires you will find they do not nearly have the bleed off, no corrosion on the tire sensors (no moisture). As far as the questions to how do I like it compared to muscle cars of my day; well most have seen the Fast and Furious--------the old muscle cars still have their place, but drink allot more gas to get there. Again, still looking for JDM Accessories like the Upper Radiator support brackets, a nice oil dipstick instead of the cheap orange looking factory one, and a nice catback exhaust; leaning toward the CT Engineering Stainless Steel Exhaust System, a little pricy at $700.00, but looks well engineered and sounds nice-----not cheap sewing machine sound like so many.
Last edited by ger1986; 04-22-2013 at 01:41 PM.