You didn't bolt the skirt on? Pics look a bit fisheye. Can't wait for your rims lol
Kind of. Previous owner of my fenders did some work on the mounting spots lol. So they are actually zip-tied in the front. They tend to slip and are difficult to get tight anyway.You didn't bolt the skirt on? Pics look a bit fisheye. Can't wait for your rims lol
evasivemotorsports.com has resistors made by worksbell. I got a worksbell hub that came with the resistor. Check it out, there not expensive...Anyone know what resistor(s) are need for the SRS air bag light when replacing the steering wheel? I haven't found much info. Going to see if I can figure out anything from the wiring diagrams but I figured I'd ask.
Still need front tires and horn button people need to buy my old exhaust and the Juran strut bar. Selling them cheap.
$20 just for some resistors is pretty expensive lol. Did you only need one or did it come with multiple? I've been looking around and for RSX they have 3 they use.evasivemotorsports.com has resistors made by worksbell. I got a worksbell hub that came with the resistor. Check it out, there not expensive...
Slow, pointless, and gay at this point!Damn what a build thread.
I know I know. Might try to get some later todaybirdie club sounds?!
I was looking for something online and came across this DIY on clubrsx forum. Thought this might help you on your questionAnyone know what resistor(s) are need for the SRS air bag light when replacing the steering wheel? I haven't found much info. Going to see if I can figure out anything from the wiring diagrams but I figured I'd ask.
Hmmm... Not too high. One video was a cold start so maybe only 5krpm, the other was hot so almost to redline.the exhaust sounds great! (how high were you revving by the way?), but that tip is embarrassingly small, almost looks non existent, are you planning on getting a new tip, or just leaving it as is?
Thanks! I'm really glad I pulled the trigger on it.Looks and sounds good man!!
Looks good. I missed what exhaust it is?
Yes, Buddy Club Spec 2. I've only seen one other (ultrakirill) I think on an IS in the states. Would have been cheaper to have had a axle back straight pipe made but that's fine with me. I'll have an exhaust made eventually.its the buddy club exhaust. Its posted on the last page, i think
Thanks, and I FINALLY PM'd you back.Sounds good man!!
I had seen that actually. I'm going to call Evasive sometime this week to talk to them about what the Works Bell U-turns really consist of. And as far as I know they have a reference for what cars/models and what they need. So at least I can figure out an idea.I was looking for something online and came across this DIY on clubrsx forum. Thought this might help you on your question
DIY: Aftermarket Steering Wheel SRS Indicator Light Bypass Using Works Bell Resistors - Club RSX Message Board
But wait, there's more! It gets better.wow, that's not coo!
The problem was I didn't want to pull everything apart twice :lol: Or put the wheel on not knowing what resistor I needed to get rid of the light, so I would have to go have the light cleared and try different resistors until I figured it out.Let me understand this correctly about your SRS delete that you want to do. So, your looking for a resistor to make the car think you have an SRS steering wheel. And you plugged them in like your supposed to and your still getting the SRS light? Or, you haven't gotten that far, cus your stumped on what resistor to get?
My SRS plug inside the steering wheel only had 1 female plug with 2 prongs inside. Wasn't complicated, but the instructions show it with multi style plugs. Gotta see what your plug looks like, cus I never taken my IS300 airbag out. Have you?
This thread is the best for SRS light delete DIY Guide: How to Reset your SRS Light. (Visual Guide) - Club RSX Message Board
All the other threads I found were worthless or just dumb BS answers. I followed a lot of threads and never worked, until I came across the thread linked above. Worked on my 1st try.