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Old April 17th, 2012, 07:46 AM   #1
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Need some assistance on Suspension

Hey Guys whats up i want to know if anyone is running the v6 2007 accord 6 speed with the Tein H Techs or even better the S Techs please help me out as to how is the ride quality and the drive ability at high speeds

please help i need some springs asap i made a big MISTAKE and used my 4 cyl eibach sportlines on my v6 and the car feels as if am gonna run off the road above 80 mph please help
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Old April 17th, 2012, 03:19 PM   #2
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Hey Guys whats up i want to know if anyone is running the v6 2007 accord 6 speed with the Tein H Techs or even better the S Techs please help me out as to how is the ride quality and the drive ability at high speeds

please help i need some springs asap i made a big MISTAKE and used my 4 cyl eibach sportlines on my v6 and the car feels as if am gonna run off the road above 80 mph please help
arent you running tokico blues? those cant really handle that much of a drop thats why i went with the koni. also, i didnt go with the tien h/s set up bc they are too bouncy for my liking. the sportlines are good but you may want to look into koni yellow because you can adjust the firmness level.
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i didnt read that youre using 4cyl sportlines. woah! get the v6 ones bc they have diff spring rates lol
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I recently installed Tokico "blues" with the Eibach sportlines (the proper ones for the V6) on my car. the ride is really good.. not too firm or bouncy especially on the highway. Only problem I'm having is it feels like the shocks are bottoming out when there is a big dip or very uneven roads.. and there are lots of those in Canada

lol Hope this helps!
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Old April 17th, 2012, 05:32 PM   #5
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Old April 18th, 2012, 01:30 PM   #6
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just get some v6 sportlines if your shocks are still ok
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Old April 18th, 2012, 06:47 PM   #7
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shocks are brand new got them 1 month back
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Do you have a camber kit as well on the car? Knowing how bad Brooklyn road is, how is your allignment?
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Do you have a camber kit as well on the car? Knowing how bad Brooklyn road is, how is your allignment?
I don't have a camber kit and don't think I'll need one. There is slightly more negative camber on the rear than stock but it's not enough to warrant the cost of a camber kit. Also, I am getting my first alignment after the drop (had to let springs settle) next week so that will take care of SOME of the camber, along with the more important toe.
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