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Old March 4th, 2009, 09:10 AM   #1
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who makes the best camber kits for the accord?

i looking to get some front and rear camber kits for the 01 v6 accord. i was curious who makes the best set out there?

leaving out the price factor, who makes the best set.
must have:
-top notch quality
-perfect fiment
-ease of adjustability

please post brand if you have alink to what they look like, also post any pics.

im thinking of lowering it all the way so the camber is going to be needed to be adjusted a lot.
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Old March 5th, 2009, 11:00 AM   #2
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Ingalls front/rear. SPC rear if you want to save a little money
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Old March 5th, 2009, 02:13 PM   #3
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Heard some good things about Wicked Tuning.

Or you could just not get a camber kit and stick with the factory arm. Now that's top notch quality.
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Old March 5th, 2009, 10:39 PM   #4
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yes, quality is the main thing im looking for.

are the ingalls the ball joint version?
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Yes. You want the control arm thou. It gives better adjustability.

At least for my CL, same application thou.
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Old March 16th, 2009, 10:52 AM   #6
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not to poach the thread but i looking into the same thing and i saw the rhino a-arms with camber adjustment for the accord on ebay for 100 shipped. typically i wouldn't consider going with an ebay only product but they are claiming a +/- 4 degrees which is a much larger range than the ingalls. So i was wondering if anyone had tried them and what people think of them. Hopefully this will answer some of 949's questions too.

as for lowering all the way your front camber will not be more than 1.5 unless you are on air and your body is on the ground. Most of my friends run at least 1.5 up front on the DD but they also do auto-x. Typically if you are going with a front camber kit you are looking to get more negative camber or you are mislead in thinking that camber causes massive tire wear.

Just for the some clarification and Doctor X will tell you the same thing. Camber has very little to no effect on tire wear. What you should be worried about is your toe, if you have bad toe which also occurs when you lower your car you are going to destroy your tires fast. So as with any change in you suspension you should always get and alignment (the 70 dollars is worth the investment not to mention it is always nice to track straight on the highway)
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Old March 16th, 2009, 11:03 PM   #7
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HI guys, I just low my accord 98 v6 with eibach sportline spring but I wasn't happy with the results becouse the rear wheel more low more than the front wheel,and i already use camber kit for rear wheel and I was ganna buy camber kit for the front wheel from eibach.My question is, if I use eibach camber kit for the front wheel it will make my front wheel more lower or even with the rear wheel?
Any guys you already this camber kit yet? or any body who use eibach sportline on they accord how was the results? any input Thanks alot
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Old March 17th, 2009, 08:59 AM   #8
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the eibach kit will raise the front of your car because it is adding height to the ball joint. If you are wanting to drop the front a bit more I would suggest one of the following:
-Switch to H&R Race springs (or coilovers (suggested))
-Use ingalls a-arm camber kits ($226.00 shipped) only lowers a .25 inches
-Boat Look Remedy

The rhino a-arms ($100.00 shipped) would be another good option i would think but i don't know about quality that is why i was wondering if anyone has or is using them.
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Old March 17th, 2009, 09:34 PM   #9
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i don't want to switch or buy coilovers is more expensive,so if I buy eibach ingalls arm camber kits just drop 0.25 inches with price $226.00 shipped is not help at all or not worth it at all, so I think I will take last option,is good trick man nothing cost at all just the labor and I hope this trick can resolve the problem yeah at least can drop 0.25 inchi. Thanks for your info I appreciated that.
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Old March 19th, 2009, 07:31 AM   #10
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I just put in tein super streets three days ago and i used the megan racing rear camber kit. I didn't have problems with it at all and i did an alignment yesterday. I dropped my car as low as the coilovers would let me and fitment was perfect. I am very happy with this set
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