aero catch


Been doing a significant amount of work to my Integra the past two days off.

-Finished bleeding the brakes and upgrading the rears to rsx-S/ep3 caliper setup (fronts are 12.7" x Wilwood Superlite)

-Fitting SPMS front lip/air damn

-new oem hood and integrated custom hood vents/aero catch latches

-paint stripping a set of 17x9 +27 A-Tech Japan wheels for a winter setup (not sure if I want to run them raw or redo them a different color)

-painted the front end after all fitment/prep work (all rattled canned. From what I learned after legitimately painting cars over the years, rattle-canning parts and having the paint look decent and in unity is much harder than using a automotive spray gun. The spread is straight shot versus a spray gun which is wide spread)

My reasons of rattle canning the front end are

1. Ease of paint availability
2. Only keeping front end temporarily
3. Car will get beaten on track
4. Track events in a month or two 😋 (competition timelines are close)