HondaHolly· Volunteer Admin
2011 CRZ EX, and 2011 CRZ Mugen 060/300
Are your replacement horns on a relay with direct power? I forget. Are they loud enough?
You may want to consider two relays instead of the direct power to get maximum loudness out of them and to protect your wiring. I am planning to unplug my horns and plug the wires into two relays ( or a single double pole/two circuit relay). If I do it the way I want, there will be a second set of relays or a switch to go back and forth between the new horns and OEM.No, I didn't use the relay. I cut the wires for the OEM horns and did a direct replacement. They are louder than OEM. As loud as they could be though, I can't say for sure but probably not.
Are the RSX brakes much heavier then stock?
Naw! You'll need a RED band-aid:wink2:Today I installed a very used JDP carbon fiber lip that I bought from CinCRZ. I did it by myself ...
I'm considering buying some black band aid decals lol
I have a couple dumb questions....What did it do unexpectedly? Swing the tail out? I was going around a slow corner fast--on throttle--and had a sensation that the rear end came around faster than I thought it would--as if something made it switch from typical understeer to a bit of oversteer, almost as if it had 4-wheel steering. It was no real problem, but I keep traction control ON nearly all the time, just to get the feeling of what it's doing and what to expect....I also unplugged my yaw sensor. Was incredibly easy. Took 30 seconds to locate it by eye, then 30 seconds figure out how to unplug it just by feel. I'm going to see if I like the handling during daily driving enough to leave it off for the track day. The reason I'm doing this is because sometimes on fun curvy highway on/off ramps it takes over before my tires have a chance to start squealing and it throws me off and one time sent me swerving a foot or two unexpectedly. ...