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  • Hi from european member

    Hello, DA community!

    I've been around the forums for a while, but didn't post anything. My name is Martynas, and I am from Lithuania. I own an 91 GS Integra with B20B3. Here is my favourite pic of it, it was taken 2 weeks after I bought it:



    I've bought it in 2015 summer, but I almost didn't make anything with it , because the bugdet is rly tight at the moment, just fixed some stupid issues i had with it. It isn't easy to have a DA in Europe, because it's so hard to get the parts for it here, but I hope one day something good will turn out of it.

    Maybe we have more members from Europe?

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    Nice ride! Welcome to the forums. What is the wheel and tire specs? (tire size, wheel size and width, offset)
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    • #3
      Always great to see owners from Europe. There was also a member from Ireland.
      NEIL B. - 1991 DA945. Owner since 1997.
      Sep 2015 ODOMETER: ~555K km / ~345K miles.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by E-DA9 View Post
        Nice ride! Welcome to the forums. What is the wheel and tire specs? (tire size, wheel size and width, offset)
        Thank you. Wheels were 16x9 +13 on 195/45 tires. They were sitting nice and fenders arent rolled, but i sold them, because they were crooked and welded.

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        • #5
          Welcome. Nice looking teggy. Is it a European car? RHD or LHD? Does it have one piece plastic headlights?

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          • #6
            Thanks, DA integras weren't sold in europe, that's why its so rare here. It's USDM model with 3 piece headlights.

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            • #7
              Nice! When the 195/45 16 needs replacing. You could try 225/40 or 215/45, the b20 could use more traction.

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              • #8
                I could swear I remember someone having a build a thread on this car. Doesn't it have a dark green, oem Honda color on it?
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                • #9
                  Hey Martynas what's goin on? Your Tegra looks amazing :O Do you have any more photos of it? Would love to see more pictures of your ride. Is it green?

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                  • #10
                    It's brown, but don't know what exact color it is, probably some random mix without color code..

                    old pic also.

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