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2 exhaust is nice. But it's not going to improve the performance....

yes """ alright :sm34: , If some one ever seen calculated formula the Exhuast system which very complex var.cat back , pipe size , mat'l .... etc.quite effects the overall performance.... upgrade or degrade pls beware!

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Great i found you! haha :sm10: Yes i am back in singapore!

Ok some pics for you:

This is my thai friend's civic. We changed to 17" rims during our trip to Pattaya, it is nice??. Before that was original 15" rims, too small!! This 17" rims with kumho tyres costs 22000 baht after trading in the old rims. Is it expensive? I thought was quite cheap because in sg it would cost around 30,000 baht ++. And i love driving in thailand!! Big and long highways!!

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This is my car in singapore. The type R costs average about SGD 100,000 (2,350,000 baht), which is considered quite an affordable performance car in singapore. This price is ok when compared to other cars in sg. I didn't see any type R in thailand, mostly is FD1 and FD2. Why? Is type R in thai very expensive? If drive type R in thai i think i will vomit because many roads are bumpy and type R suspension is VERY hard!

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Upgrades i did to my car:
1) Advan RS 18"x 8jj +45
2) Mugen slotted rotors
3) Dixcel type Z brake pads
4) Stainless steel braided brake hoses
5) INGS+1 bodykits
6) Toda catback exhaust system
7) K&N apollo open pod air intake
8) Cusco front tower strut bar
9) SuperPro polyurethane bushings for front control arm and rear lower arm
10) J's racing hyper single sports clutch
11) Apexi RSM
12) Orange Tyre pressure monitoring system
13) Federal RS-R semi-slick compound tyres

Northnorth show me some photos of your car please? Thanks! :)

Hi bro. Where do you stay in SG ???? Yishun ????

My SG friend stay at Yinshu and he drive Type R too.

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Hi bro. Where do you stay in SG ???? Yishun ????My SG friend stay at Yinshu and he drive Type R too. :sm37:

What is your friend's name? Yes i stay in Yishun too... haha. Maybe i know your friend......

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Guys i am going BKK tomorrow.Any workshops you guys can recommend for parts and accesssories?Would appreciate if you guys can give me some addresses.THanks!




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