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Old May 4th, 2012, 10:03 AM   #1
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Best springs on the market... Vote here

OK GUYS LOOKING FOR SOME INFO AND INPUT ON WHAT KINDA OF LOWERING SPRINGS I SHOULD BUY.. BUT THIS IS THE MAIN THING.

I WANT MY CAR TO SIT REALLY LOW.. THE LOWER THE BETTER ON JUST SPRINGS..

NOW RIDDING QUALITY NOT REALLY A BIG DEAL BUT ILL LIKE TO RIDE SMOOTH NOT BOUNCY,, SO I WAS LOOKING AT THE FOLLOWING.. LMK WHAT YOU GUYS THINK.. THANKS

1. TEIN S TECH

2. NEUSPEED RACE (THIS ONE HAS THE LOWEST DROP)

3. H&H SPORT

4. Eibach Sportline

VOTE BY NUMBER.. IF YOU LIKE TEIN JUST TYPE VOTE 1... !!!!!!!!!
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Old May 4th, 2012, 01:23 PM   #2
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Old May 4th, 2012, 06:53 PM   #5
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hhows the ride guys.. bouncy at all.. how low does it look.. pics will help.. pls.. thanks for replying btw...
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Old May 4th, 2012, 07:12 PM   #6
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I used the sportlines with Tokico sturts on my 05 v6 sedan.

Front still has almost 2 finger gap.. but more like 1 1/2 fingers.
Rear is almost tucked... can barely fit a finger at an angle.

Ride is amazing with mine... except I get a weird clunking noise from the rear when going over certain bumps/driveways, can't figure it out... not bouncy at all, actually smoother when driving on the highway compared to stock.
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Old May 5th, 2012, 09:40 AM   #7
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I used the sportlines with Tokico sturts on my 05 v6 sedan.

Front still has almost 2 finger gap.. but more like 1 1/2 fingers.
Rear is almost tucked... can barely fit a finger at an angle.

Ride is amazing with mine... except I get a weird clunking noise from the rear when going over certain bumps/driveways, can't figure it out... not bouncy at all, actually smoother when driving on the highway compared to stock.
Clunking noise is a bad strut, that what I read in another thread.
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it would make sense if it clunked all the time.. but these struts are new and its only the rear ones which do it once in a while. I've had 3 different shops take a look at it and normal ride quality is amazing which means the struts are working fine... it's not a huge deal, so I'm not too worried as it doesn't happen all the time.
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Old May 5th, 2012, 12:05 PM   #9
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4 but with better struts. because you will eventually blow the fronts on stocks
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Old May 5th, 2012, 12:17 PM   #10
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I had sport lines on my last car. It made the sound in the back. I called Eibach and they sent me some rubber for dead coils. Put it on and stopped the noise. Could give that a try.
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Old May 5th, 2012, 01:20 PM   #11
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well idk what best is, but I really like my Tein S Techs. The ride is only a bit stiffer then stock, and it gave me the exact drop i wanted. i want lower now but thats only because I have another daily driver now. heres how mine looks.
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I had sport lines on my last car. It made the sound in the back. I called Eibach and they sent me some rubber for dead coils. Put it on and stopped the noise. Could give that a try.
I've heard about this being the cause... will contact Eibach on Monday.
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Old May 5th, 2012, 04:05 PM   #13
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well idk what best is, but I really like my Tein S Techs. The ride is only a bit stiffer then stock, and it gave me the exact drop i wanted. i want lower now but thats only because I have another daily driver now. heres how mine looks.
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What size tires are you running ?
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Old May 5th, 2012, 04:27 PM   #14
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Oh ok. I doubt u ever scrape on any speed bumps ?
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Old May 5th, 2012, 10:56 PM   #16
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Oh ok. I doubt u ever scrape on any speed bumps ?
i dont scrape speed bumps, but i do scrape on certain driveways and entrances. but it is a level drop, and a big difference from the stock 4x4 look. wanna see how it looked before the drop?
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Old May 6th, 2012, 09:29 AM   #17
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love my tein s techs..gave me a nice drop..2 finger gap all the way around..perfect for a daily..i commute 100 miles a day so i didnt want to be super slammed..my car deff looks alot lower than stock..doesnt scrape every where i go either tho..rides almost like stock..tad bit stiffer and i have them in stock struts..also gave me a perfectly even drop..meaning all 4 corners are same height...unlike other springs ive used
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love my tein s techs..gave me a nice drop..2 finger gap all the way around..perfect for a daily..i commute 100 miles a day so i didnt want to be super slammed..my car deff looks alot lower than stock..doesnt scrape every where i go either tho..rides almost like stock..tad bit stiffer and i have them in stock struts..also gave me a perfectly even drop..meaning all 4 corners are same height...unlike other springs ive used
that was one of my concerns because most cars i seen with springs the rear is almost tucking and the front has a gap. Not a good look..lol

you guys have been very helpful thanks alot.. i also heard about the clunking sound and i was thinking that it could be a that spring rubber..

so now making a decision its going to be easier..
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Old May 6th, 2012, 07:23 PM   #19
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love my tein s techs..gave me a nice drop..2 finger gap all the way around..perfect for a daily..i commute 100 miles a day so i didnt want to be super slammed..my car deff looks alot lower than stock..doesnt scrape every where i go either tho..rides almost like stock..tad bit stiffer and i have them in stock struts..also gave me a perfectly even drop..meaning all 4 corners are same height...unlike other springs ive used
Looks like a perfect drop too me. And yah I've seen cars where the back is tucking and the front has gap. It looks horrible. But those s techs are nice. Gonna get me some this month.
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i dont scrape speed bumps, but i do scrape on certain driveways and entrances. but it is a level drop, and a big difference from the stock 4x4 look. wanna see how it looked before the drop?
Yes, please lol.
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Here's mines with the h&r sport springs. It was actually an even drop. Cant really see the back. But I reallly don't like the Ride quality. WAY to stuff.

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haha ok cool,
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LOL okay now I feel much better. Damn our accords stock ride height is horrible!
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Before my drop I was able to put an entire fist between the front tire and wheel well..lol it looked terrible.
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Before my drop I was able to put an entire fist between the front tire and wheel well..lol it looked terrible.
KINDA WHAT MY CAR LOOKS LIKE NOW.. lol
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i have a 2006 accord just got koni sport srtuts an H&R springs any feed back.Also does any one know were i should put the struts adjustment!!!
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What about price? I have seen these vary as much as $100 at places
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NEUSPEED or H&R 2 of the best on the market.
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i heard that they are bouncy with oem shocks...
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