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So as some know my first CRZ was wrecked. I stripped the car down over a couple of weeks and saved anything I could (which was everything). After months of searching I found a 2011 6MT SSM CRZ with 37,000 miles on the clock, the car was pretty much new and had some small things done to it already. So lets get into it.


Instagram name is: pumpkin_trice

Most parts for this build were purchased through Kamispeed






Handling:

Main wheels: Desmond Regamasters 17x8 +35 square

Backup wheels: Weds TC105X 17x8 +32 square

Buddy Club N+ Spec coilovers paired with Swift springs and rear metric perches

Beatrush Pillowball mounts

Spoon Rigid Collars front

Spoon Rigid Collars rear

Spoon FSB 25mm

Powerflex Urethane Rear LCA Bushings

Backyard Special Urethane Rear Suspension Bushings

Hasport GERR U62A Trans mount

Cusco RSB

Cusco chassis bracing

Cusco front strut bar

(front) Wilwood Dynalite 4 Pot brakes

(front) Wilwood SS braided brake lines

(rear) Stoptech Rotors/Pads

(rear) Goodridge SS braided brake lines

Motul RBF 600 fluid

Project Kics R40 Iconix lugs

Michelin Pilot Sports A/S 4 215/45/17


Engine:

Tuned By: John Vega at Phearable

HKS GT4015 Supercharger kit

HKS Clutch Kit

HKS M40i superfire spark plugs

HKS Fuel upgrade kit

HKS radiator cap

HKS Oil cap

Hondata Flashpro

Tial QRJ BOV

KoyoRadiator

Kansai Service radiator shroud

Kansai Service fresh air panel

Basis Radiator stays

Beatrush Under Panel

Beatrush Sandwich plate

Maxbore Throttle body

Spoon N1 Axleback

Js Racing Header

Js Racing 50RR exhaust

Acuity solid shifter bushings

Hybrid Racing detent springs

Spoon Sports oil drain bolt

Spoon Sports transmission drain bolt

Spoon Sports braided clutch line

MFactory Helical LSD

Honda OEM EGR block off plate

Ninthgenee TPMSD Board



Interior:

Black center console

Black with yellow stitched Recaro speed seats

Led interior lights

Light up crz door sills

Lecce D shaped steering wheel

Zoom engineering Monaco Mirror

Zoom engineering drink holder

Battlecraft Shift knob

Hybrid Racing short shifter

CWEST carbon gauge pod

VLS Boost

VLS Oil pressure

VLS Wideband



Exterior:

Rear wiper delete

Modulo front chin spoiler

Modulo side accents

Zest JDM rear diffuser

Honda access vent visors

Debadged rear

Third brake light flasher

Morimoto XB LED Fog lights (OVAL)

Diode Dynamics LED XPR Reverse Lights

LASFIT LED HB3 High Beams

LASFIT LED CANBUS front Switchback turn signals

LASFIT LED CANBUS rear turn signals

Paint Correction and Servface 3 year Ceramic Coat
 

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Please make sure you let First responders know it is a Hybrid if you happen to need their assistance. See my other postings about this topic. It can kill them if they do not know. With the other changes you have made they may not recognize it as a hybrid.
Well......technically already done. There are some small things I would like to do on this one that I will need Item9’s help with


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Well......technically already done. There are some small things I would like to do on this one that I will need Item9’s help with
Some small things...left to do here too. Looks like you've got a better set up than the previous one, I'd say that's a win. :)
 

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Too late already bought the Honda replacement grip . I think the only part on The Lecce wheels that are Honda is the hub where it attaches to car and where switch pods attach. I searched all over the internet and the only choices as I said were Lecce or Honda replacement new or used.

The Lecce is just a reworked OEM wheel, says Honda right on it. There is a company in Chicago that can redo the OEM


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Too late already bought the Honda replacement grip . I think the only part on The Lecce wheels that are Honda is the hub where it attaches to car and where switch pods attach. I searched all over the internet and the only choices as I said were Lecce or Honda replacement new or used.
. Well if you bought a new Honda wheel that means you have a spare. Send it to TAWcustoms and get it turned to a D shaped wheel. Again the Lecce is the same thing, just a reworked OEM wheel.

Look up TAW on insta they do phenomenal work



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Actually Jim I can’t figure out how to edit my thread from a desktop. So I hit reply by accident lol
I see..., but just so you don't go nuts, you can't edit a post anymore after 24 hours, or something like that. It's a feature of the new format. :)
 
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