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Rollerboots666 2008 Fit build

Well I figured I throw this out to everyone. All feedback is welcomed.

I have a 2008 Honda Fit Sport. The car is daily driven and used for autoX on the weekends. Soon it will be mostly to all race.

Exterior:
Blackberry Pearl
Honda sport trim


Interior:
Revo Technica short shifter
JSPFab shift lever extender
Password JDM shift knob
Basic adjustable shift light w/ LED light


Engine:
Denso IK22 plugs
AFE stage 2 intake
UR Pulleys
DEI gold foil (wrapped intake & intake manifold)
DIY ground kit
WR race header w/ Black Oxide ceramic coating
Vibrant highflow cat
MR mid pipe
JSPFab custom axle back
Torco SR-5R 5w30


ECU:
Hondata flash pro
Tuned by Vit Tuned


Transmission:
Tongue Solution shifter bushings
Torco MTF


Suspension:
MCS 2 way non-remote
Swift Springs & helpers, F 12K/R 18K
Cusco pillow ball mounts
Ultra Racing front strut brace
Ultra Racing rear strut brace
Ultra racing c-pillar brace
Progress RSB


Brakes:
EBC Ultimax slotted rotors
EBC yellow stuff pads
Winmax rear shoes
Motul 600 fluid


Wheels (Race):
Volk Racing RE30 15 x 7 +43 et
Raceland 15mm spacers
APR extended studs
Bridgestone RE-71R A 205/50R15


Wheels (Practice/DD):
Drag DR21 15x7 +40 et
Bridgestone Potenza RE-11A 205/50R15


Wheels (street):
Honda Fit sport 15 x 6.5 +55 et
Bridgestone RE-11A 205/50R15







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Old 04-19-2014, 09:23 PM
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Pics though.
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Some other toys…

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I tuned/dyno'd the car about 2 weeks ago. Got 101.9 WHP, 98.5 WTQ. Since then I added the axle back and switching to the IK22 plugs. Since the KR is hitting upwards of 5* i am going to play with some things once the plugs are in. Updates soon!
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Very nice, How much does that wheel and tire package weigh? Can you throw it on a scale?
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Very nice, How much does that wheel and tire package weigh? Can you throw it on a scale?
Wheel: 9.5 lbs
Tire: 21 lbs
Total: 30.5 lbs per corner

Shaved off 10 lbs per corner over the stock 15" wheels.
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Old 04-20-2014, 07:01 PM
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Wheel: 9.5 lbs
Tire: 21 lbs
Total: 30.5 lbs per corner

Shaved off 10 lbs per corner over the stock 15" wheels.
Wow OEM setup is that heavy?

Have you ran the RE11s yet? Any feedback?

What Class are you running in?
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Wow OEM setup is that heavy?

Have you ran the RE11s yet? Any feedback?

What Class are you running in?
The stock wheels come in at 19.5 lbs which someone has posted here.

I ran the RE-11's for a few races now. They are great so far. This is my first year in AutoX. I believe they handle well for the amount of power the car has. The RE-11 A is a new compound. They have more tread wear (180 to 200) and are a stickier tread. I'll be racing on them this weekend coming up.

I currently run in STF.
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I currently run in STF.
Another worth while mod that allowed in STF are seats and Stainless Brake Lines. Seats with brackets have to be a min of 25 lbs each. The brackets weigh up to 7-10 lbs ea. OEM seats (if I remember correctly) are around 45-50 lbs ea. Save some weight and stay planted while driving. I never autox'd with the OEM seats. Do you slide around a lot?
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Future mods within the next few months will b:

- Mid pipe
- Pulley set or crank pulley
- SS brake line

Seats will be something down the line when the wife doesn't drive the vehicle. She does enough damage to it with it being lowered. To be honest i'm not sure how much longer I will sty in STF before I go boost. Looking forward to a SC and engine work possible by the ned of the year. So i'll jump to SMF and possible NASA events. But first things first get my driving down hahaha!
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Any difference with the IK22 vs. IK20?
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Nice ride...they are fun for autox
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Any difference with the IK22 vs. IK20?
I haven't changed the plugs out yet. I will be doing that later this week.

I have data logged the car after the tune so far. I want to do another data log no that I added the axle back exhaust. Then I will do another after the uh change to compare. I'm hoping to decrease my knock retard some. I'll also retune some more to decrease KR and hopefully gain a few more with the axle back/plugs/retune.
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Well my PFC z-rated pads were cancelled by the vendor. Bummed on that. Was looking forward to trying those out. Had good experiences in the past on the Pfc pads. Went with EBC yellow stuff pads. Hoping i get them before the weekend so I can race on them this Sunday.
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Modified my coil overs today. Should be able to get -3* without trying to hard. Also got my EBC products and installed them.

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Any difference with the IK22 vs. IK20?
I didn't see or feel much of a difference to be honest. Maybe when we get it back on the dyno for a retune it will help. I was hoping it would take down the knock retard a few degree but still getting 5* at WOT. Going to attempt to play with the tune and adjust fuel/timing to help bring it down.
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Future mods within the next few months will b:

- Mid pipe
- Pulley set or crank pulley
- SS brake line

Seats will be something down the line when the wife doesn't drive the vehicle. She does enough damage to it with it being lowered. To be honest i'm not sure how much longer I will sty in STF before I go boost. Looking forward to a SC and engine work possible by the ned of the year. So i'll jump to SMF and possible NASA events. But first things first get my driving down hahaha!
Just to help you out, I wouldn't get a lighter crankpulley if you're going to do SC.

This link should help: https://www.fitfreak.net/forums/fit-...leys-kwsc.html
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Rollerboots666- Running 205/50/15s on the stock wheels with a lowered car, have you had any issues? I'm looking to purchase new tires and would like to go to a 205. Thanks, Guy
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205s on the stock rims, I just noticed that!


I have the same question as jgpoirier. Also how's the fitment of the tires on the wheels?
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derykisonder - Thanks for that thread on the lighten pulley.

jgpoirier and ikutoisahobo - No I haven't had any real issues on a 205/50R15. I little bit of inner fender rub on the metal but nothing serious. On the stock wheels its great with that +55 et offset. Today was the first day racing on the Volk's. I noticed I got some wear on the outer shoulder under heavy turns. All I have to do is roll the rear fender and i'll have no issues.

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