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    Default bagged VoroneTZ`s 1992 Honda CRX DelSol

    Hello!
    In sep 2018 I was sell my Mazda and bought 1992 Honda CRX DelSol 1.5 VTEC (d15b)

    Car was be stanced, but I wanted to buy it on the stock suspension






    Then i intall fk automative coilivers





    and enkei RS01 rims. 16x7.5j



    but i dont like that car look, and i buy new rims



    for a long time i was thinking about air suspension, but i cant install 114 rubena bags at front, because upper arm was narrow
    and i bouth custom upper camber arm, and my rubena 114 got into place.
    I bought BAGONE air shocks with bags
    Rubena 114x3 standart at rear and Rubena 114x3 long at front







    i install nissan silvia s13 KTS (bolt on) bearrings at front and toyota altezza TEIN at rear



    ASCU Classic for suspension control (my own development)



    4* corner valves


    but upper front arm was rested in the chassis and i got bad lower position



    raised suspenstion








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    A friend had one of these years ago, great wee car and plenty of punch
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    Not a Honda guy, but I've always had a soft spot for Del Sols. How's the trunk space?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemernut View Post
    Not a Honda guy, but I've always had a soft spot for Del Sols. How's the trunk space?


    when the roof in the trunk, the place is not enough in height. but it's enough for me

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    some photos
    front 0 bar, rear 1.5 bar for more good look

    [IMG]https://a.d-cd.net/sZAAAgNPtuA-1920.IMG
















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    Good job and nice pictures

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    How much did you have to shorten the lower half of those shocks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattmandu View Post
    How much did you have to shorten the lower half of those shocks?
    5cm front, and 3cm rear

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