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    Official Civic5 Trader

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  • Name
    Jerrick Lo
  • Age group
    31-40...Oldish
  • Location
    London UK

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    NON HONDA
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    OTHER CAR

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  1. Just an update. We have achieved over $600 in just two days, so thank you very much for any donation. Please keep sharing, and lets beat the $5000 goal. Jerrick
  2. The team at MeisterR offer their deepest condolences to all people affected by Hurricane Harvey. With many people killed and more than 200,000 people left homeless, the Salvation Army are doing all they can to support victims of flooding caused by America’s heaviest rainfall on record. Right now, Salvation Army staff and volunteers are working 24/7 to help communities that have been torn apart by the storm. However, they desperately need funds to help them offer the best support that they can to the hundreds of thousands of people affected. The motoring community is a tight-knit one, and we pride ourselves in helping others in their time of need. MeisterR have created a fundraising page to support the Salvation Army. Please donate what you can: $5, $10, or $50 can help save lives. Donate Here: https://www.gofundme.com/meisterR We will give away a free set of MeisterR ZetaCRD / ZetaCRD+ coilovers to a random donator on September 22, 2017. So share the news, donate and support, plus a chance for a free set of coilovers, WIN WIN. Jerrick
  3. A video of the final run that got us our 3rd place finish. Took 3rd place by 0.064 seconds, it was very close racing. Hope you guys enjoy watching the run. Jerrick
  4. Yea, it was not an easy event at all. We are all very happy with the result, especially the first time around. The quote of the day for me was from a Co-driver of another S2000 who was also using the prototype spec ZetaCRD. He is an auto-solo veteran also, and normally drive a 911 GT3 to auto-solo event. I spend Saturday helping them setup, and so Sunday they got a few clean run with my recommended damping setting. He came over at the end of the day and told my teammate: “$20,000 car, $1,000 suspension, handles better than my $100,000 GT3.” That made my day. Jerrick
  5. So the past weekend we attended our first National Auto-Solo event. The 2017 Tire Rack College Station Championship Tour, and it was certainly an experience. https://www.scca.com/articles/2005718-2017-tire-rack-college-station-championship-tour-event-recap Our team went into the competition feeling pretty confident, until we went to the grid and check out the competition's cars. The top runners are using the Honda S2000 Club Racer edition, that is a limited run of 699 cars designed with aero package and soft top removed to reduce weight. Only the CR are allow to run without the soft top, as the class rules state what came on the car in factory trim must stay; and looking at their engine bay you can see how well their cars were prepared. Most are using the PasswordJDM carbon fibre intake, and a few cars was running Moton Clubsport 2-way adjustable coilovers; that is only what you can see. In contrasts, we have a pretty standard 2007 Honda S2000 with 90,000 miles on the clock. The only mods were a K&N intake, Invidia exhaust, Eibach front anti-roll bar, and MeisterR ZetaCRD coilovers in our prototype race specification. Even our ECU was standard and unmapped... so you can imagine how our confidence drop "slightly " after seeing what we were up against. Most were using the same tyres, the new BFGoodridge Rival S... so that mean we were on even ground at least on that part. But never mind, this is our 1st national event so it was just to see where we sit outside of the Houston region. The STR Class we are competing in have a total of 17 drivers, many are experienced veteran at national event. Our driver is 21 years old Landon Thompson (who is getting a lot of stick up and down the grid because of his age), but it was all good fun. Overall, the competition was great and environment was friendly; but you know it is a competition and people are serious and there to win when you speak with a few. So at the end of the two day race, we end up just edging out for a 3rd place trophy finish out of 17 drivers. Considering how under prepared our car was and it’s our first national attempt, we were all very happy about the result. So that is it from MeisterR's team and our first national event, we came home with a blue cap (trophy winner) and a big meal at the end of the day. We will continue to improve the car to bring it to a more competitive trim, and can only hope or better result in the next event. It was a great weekend, just want to share our excitement and our result. Jerrick
  6. MeisterR made a lot of changes in 2016, and I am sure many of our members have done a lot to their car also. We want to get some fresh update for 2017, and we want to see what members have to say about their MeisterR coilovers. We would like some pictures (with a MeisterR sticker preferred ) for our gallery and reviews of the coilovers from members who have used them, both new and old. It would also be easier to have everything under a single thread to aid members doing their own research. So if you have pictures of your car on MeisterR coilovers, please post them and write a short review of what you think of them. 1. Name: (If you want to provide it) 2. Location: (Town or County) 3. Car Make / Model / Specific Info: (Trim / Packages / Other Mods) 4. MeisterR Coilovers Model: (ZetaCRD, ZetaCRD+, GT1 etc) 5. Short Review: a. Performance on Road: b. Performance on Track: c. Value for Money: d. Would you buy again: e. Any Personal Note: 6. Pictures: Please attach any pictures you have of your car that you want to show the world. 7. Video: If you have any video of your car in action on YouTube / Vimeo, please attach link to video. Thank you for everyone's help and I look froward to some pictures and reviews. As usual, we are available if you have any questions; just drop us a PM of there are anything we can help. MeisterR do appreciate everyone's help, and thank you for member's continue support. Edwin / Jerrick
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    what coilovers/springs fit on mb6??

    Just to say if you want coilovers, the MeisterR ZetaCRD will do the job. it is also design for the MB chassis, and that mean you get correct range of ride height adjustment. The rear coilovers are also design with a interchangeable bracket. What that mean is you can use EG rear lower control arms and everything will bolt straight in, no messing about. Jerrick
  8. A short video from MeisterR sponsored driver Michael Marshall (2013 British Drift Championship Champion) We ask him to explain how the MeisterR coilovers adjustments works in a simple and easy to understand way. A few shots of how the MeisterR GT1 are build, as well as his latest BMW E92 M3 drift car in action included. We hope this will be useful information for everyone. Enjoy… Jerrick
  9. This offer is still running. We have plenty of stock ready for dispatch. They are the revised ZetaCRD which supersede the ZetaS. New valving and some minor changes, making them more compliant and more progressive. Edwin
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    Enkei 2016 Prices and discount coming soon

    We are still working on the 2016 prices, but we updated the RPF1 list price for 2016. You can see them here: http://enkei-uk.com/UKprice/RPF1priceUK.pdf The 10% discount forum offer is still running, so take 10% off the listed price and that will be your price.Price include UK mainland delivery as well as VAT. Any other questions, please feel free to let us know. Jerrick
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    Enkei 2016 Prices and discount coming soon

    SBC and Gold are in selected size, but for the size that they are available we try to keep most of them in. At least I know 17x8 ET45 and 17x9 ET45 in SBC are both in stock (as seen on the S2000 above). Jerrick
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    Enkei 2016 Prices and discount coming soon

    RPF1 is one of those wheels that I think looks good on any car. It is much like the Rays TE37… just a wheel design that seems to suit anything. Jerrick
  13. MeisterR

    Enkei 2016 Prices and discount coming soon

    Anyone can, with a minimum order of 40 wheels and a 4 month production time. Yea, it is crap. i say that to them but the Japanese goes with we either have it or we don't. There is always RPF1, and it isn't a bad wheel at all. Jerrick
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    Enkei 2016 Prices and discount coming soon

    Yep, got them. 17x8J ET45, 17x9J ET45, available in silver, black, gold, and SBC (chrome). One of our customers with SBC. Jerrick
  15. I just want to give an advance notice that we have now secured a deal with Enkei International as their official UK distributor. We are in the middle of reviewing the 2016 prices.Expect price to drop across the board from the current RRP. We will also offer discount to forum members.As always, £0 down 0% interests free financing is also available. So if you want some nice shoe for 2016, might want to start thinking about RPF1 or PF01. Jerrick
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