Sweet ride dude! I love it. I have an 04 awd bagged. I deleted the awd, to avoid the dreaded axle issues. Great writeup, and great pictures!
Man, this is a cool setup, darn near drop in. I was debating the K-Sport system for a while. Are you pretty happy with the air system's performance? Also, I'm digging the OEM wheels on this application! The air horn is a plus too...Sweet ride dude! I love it. I have an 04 awd bagged. I deleted the awd, to avoid the dreaded axle issues. Great writeup, and great pictures!
I assume you're asking about the front fender liners. If so, yes I removed them. All of the "skirts" are still the OEM SC ones. I have no bag clearance issues either, and as mentioned earlier in my posts. I did trim the body in the rear and rolled & pulled the fenders up front. I did all of this to achieve that really nice tucked look.Did you remove your fender skirts? I am thinking about removing mine, but I haven't made up my mind yet.
Thanks! I'll have to get those pictures for you soon when I have time to pull the wheels off and take some good clear photos.I am still just blown away, with your fitment! Could you please post pictures of the fender wells front and rear, so that I might be able to get my cars fitment, headed in the right direction? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I'm so sorry! I haven't had the car in the shop recently to take any photos of the wheel wells. I will get that for you next time I am working on it. As for the end links, I am using the OEM ones. I had no clearance issues. Is there an issue with yours?I am also curious about what you had to do with your front sway bar end links. What did you use?
Because it's illegal to scrap catalytic converters in my area, it is kinda a non issue... but I do like the joke. 😂That's a lot of work to keep someone from stealing your catalytic converter. 😁
I was thinking that air tank would make a good reserve fuel tank.
Hmm, this is certainly an issue I have not yet encountered. I'm running the OEM Honda end links and haven't had an issue YET. However, I'm certainly interested in being more proactive with these sorts of things. I can look into ordering a set of adjustable end-links that are 'cut-to-size' from Bag Riders and see if I can get better behavior out of them when dropped. This is of big interest to me as I just re-adjusted my programmed ride height to be about an inch lower.Might be time for a custom sway bar, and or end links. I have replaced every bushing and ball joint in the car, and reinspected all of them this past weekend, so that I could rule out any other issues.
How would you deal with suspension travel at full droop (i.e. over a bump or something) where the swayer would have to fully articulate?I was even pondering the thought of installing the sway bar ends under the control arms, with the end links pointing down. I think I can accomplish this by switching the end links from left to right, and so on.