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Hey guys, I got a Zenkei I just finished my motor setup and want to do some looks now.

I am going to keep it Zenkei, just am so stumped between going aero or staying oem and going navan. I do track the car so im thinking aero might be a little low.

If you guys can post pic of zenkei's with different aero's or a thread or something. I have searched Im not trying to be spoon fed.

ZENKEI FTW!

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very nice!!

Fronts not as low to the ground as I thought it would be, do you scrape everywhere on the track?

Also what are your wheel specs and offsets?

Thanks, keep them coming!!
 

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Isn't the track the last place you'd have issues scraping?


I'm still stock w/ the stock lip and mud-flap things. My opinion is that body kits only provide the illusion of low.
 

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Yeah, the Streamline doesn't sit quite as low as the other kits, which is nice and it doesn't scrape much. As far as the track, well, there's really no "track" here on the island, so I don't know what to tell you. I do get the occasional scrape going in and out of parking lots and driveways, but not often. My 180 had a kit, I owned that for 2.5 years, and I've owned this car for 2.5 years, you tend to learn how to change your approach angles after dropping a grand on a kit. Also, the first pic is in my driveway, and there is slight slope at the end, after the concrete stops, the car looks like it's sitting a little bit higher than it really is. You can barely fit a shoe under the bumper and side skirts.

For Steve, the car is pretty low, but the wheels are not tucked and the car is not slammed like some people. You are right though, if you look at my old kit compared to my new one, it looks lower and I didn't adjust the height at all. I like some functionality and driveability. I think the lowest point is about three inches off of my exhaust to the ground. I have to drive up on ramps to be able to get the lift under the frame at the auto hobby shop on base.

Also what are your wheel specs and offsets?
Origin DNA-01, 17x9 +30 front and rear. 10mm of spacer on front to get wheels to clear strut (improper offset). 215/45-17 tires on front (a little stretch) and 235/45-17 in the rear.

Here's the kit that was on my car when I first bought it. Greddy Gracer bumper, side skirts, and rear fender valances. I destroyed the front bumper when I hit a cat at an "excessive" amount of speed. Then I bought the wheels I have now, and I decided I needed a slightly more aggressive kit to match.



 

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I dont know how to post a damn picture but mine has a version select kit on it. Its in my garage if you wanna check it out.
 

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mix and match some stuff. EDIT-Full Navan is sexy as tits.
 
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