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Old August 2nd, 2012, 12:00 PM   #1
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How the accord looks with eibach pro kit and koni's

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Hey everyone, I wanted to post a pic of my accord with eibach pro kit and koni's just incase anyone was curious how it looked with stock everything and no lip. i currently have the perch on the top in front and the perch in the middle in the back. i did the firmness setting at 1 turn from full stiff all the way around. i did not add a camber kit yet im not sure if i need it? my post alignment specs are -2.0 all around except for the driver left front which is -2.1. those of yall with the pro kit did you guys get a camber kit all the way around?
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Old August 2nd, 2012, 03:14 PM   #2
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Get your toe fixed and you don't need a camber kit. I've been without one for aver 3 years and I'm lowered on Neuspeed Race springs and lowest perch on the Konis. Besides, camber is hella JDM YO!
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Get your toe fixed and you don't need a camber kit. I've been without one for aver 3 years and I'm lowered on Neuspeed Race springs and lowest perch on the Konis. Besides, camber is hella JDM YO!
cool thanks for the advice. honestly id rather not buy a camber kit bc im afraid of getting some with really soft bushings and id rather put the money towards camera gear the guy who did my alignment ended up with these results posted above. should i tell them to fix the toe rather than alignment? sorry im a newb i had suv's before this. lol hella jdm 4 lief
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If the guy that did your alignment isn't a complete buffoon, he will set all the specifications to stock parameters where he can. No need to tell them. Though if you have the print out of the alignment, you can post it here.

If you get the quality Ingalls camber kit, you don't have to worry about the bushings. Lots of people have them and the only issues I've seen is from knock-offs.
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If the guy that did your alignment isn't a complete buffoon, he will set all the specifications to stock parameters where he can. No need to tell them. Though if you have the print out of the alignment, you can post it here.

If you get the quality Ingalls camber kit, you don't have to worry about the bushings. Lots of people have them and the only issues I've seen is from knock-offs.


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Old August 2nd, 2012, 07:44 PM   #6
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haha jk about the front it is -0.8 on left and -0.7 on right
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