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post #11 of 52 (permalink) Old 07-31-2015, 08:50 PM Thread Starter
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so you went from hpd to rsx-s? why did you down grade?
I put the HPD back, and sold the rsx-s kit

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Huh. Is it possible to run the HPD calipers with the stock rotors? 16lbs unsprung savings over the full HPD kit. Probably not worth it, but any time I see weights it sets the gears a'whirling.
I don't think that will work, the HPD calipers stick out more towards the front (just like the rsx type s calipers)... the pads won't cover the stock rotor's surface like it should....
the only option in order to save weight on the hpd rotors... would be to find a lightweight two-piece rotor w/ the same specs... but so far no luck
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Any ideas on how much the 17x8 PF01's weigh?

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Any ideas on how much the 17x8 PF01's weigh?
I didn't get the chance to weight them before installation... but as far as I can remember, I am pretty sure they weight around 17.4 lbs each... which is around the same as the OEM 16" wheels.
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That's a correct weight for the sizing^^ 17x8's run from 17lbs to 18lbs depending on the offsets etc for the PF01



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finally got a wing!

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got a few new pieces yesterday....
JDM hazard switch (non-navigation)
EX dark steering wheel trim (thank you 5spdfrk )
but the main one for the moment is this.... my spare tire for long road trips!

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With the spare bolted down and the floor reinstalled how badly does the floor panel fit? I have thought about getting the spare tire kit but am leery of the safety and loss of storage under the floor.
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With the spare bolted down and the floor reinstalled how badly does the floor panel fit? I have thought about getting the spare tire kit but am leery of the safety and loss of storage under the floor.
the spare wheel tire I have is a 16x7 w/ the recommended tire size (195/55R/16)... this pushes the floor 3" upwards... the reason I went with this wheel is because w/ the regular steel wheel it comes with, you can't go more than 70mph, the car just moves to the sides with every bump it hits on the road.
If you were to go w/ the steel wheel set up... I believe it will only push the floor 2" upwards... but to be honest, I don't notice any loss of storage space on the hatch... unless someone is planning on putting really tall items in there.
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