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lowering springs and camber kit question

Discussion in 'Accord' started by Thrule01, May 8, 2006.

  1. Thrule01

    Thrule01 New Member

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    lol im full of questions as of late lol.......anyways

    im planning on lowering my 92 accord ex coupe....the suspension is more or less shot so im thinking of just putting a coilover kit off ebay on it...like BOMZ or w/e.....my question is would these things get the job done?...i know it wont be the best ride quality most likely but i dont have the cash to get like skunk2 or a nice tein set.....

    and also...would i have to get a camber kit? (if so i saw those on ebay as well)....id want to drop it like 2 inches max most likely...thx
     
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    :badidea: Don't go with no name suspension parts. There is pretty much ZERO R&D put into these springs, the ride will most likely be harsh, unbearable, and in some cases dangerous. You can at least spend $125 for Teins. Do NOT skimp on suspension components!
     
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    very :badidea: suspention is one of the most inportant parts to ur ride.... dont get cheap shit... unless u want ur shit to bounce at bump or bottom out, get a nice set or lowering sprinds.... like daniel said tein has a good set u can also look into comptech or even spoon, and yes u would have to get a camber kit, whenever u lower a car 1.5 inches+
     
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    since im new to this can i get some links as to know what exactly to look for?
     
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    Go with tein lowering springs it affordable visit tokyospeedpros.com their having a 35%off on all tein products. I asked for a quote price for my 94 cd5 retail $220 they sell it for $160 and installed for $50 or $100.
     
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    cant get much better than that when it comes to price on a set of nice springs. I recommend you get some aftermarket shocks, this wil lallow for a better ride quality, and ypou wont have to worry about blowing your oem's.
     
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