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Old March 30th, 2007, 10:36 AM   #1
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Eibach Sportline Springs...

I have an 04 accord v6 coupe with the HFP package and i want to put some sportline springs on. Will the shocks i have on now be ok? Or should i get new shocks before i throw my springs on? Also, will i need a camber kit?
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Old March 31st, 2007, 05:26 PM   #2
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I have an 04 accord v6 coupe with the HFP package and i want to put some sportline springs on. Will the shocks i have on now be ok? Or should i get new shocks before i throw my springs on? Also, will i need a camber kit?



u only need camber kits for the rear and only if u need them it all depends on how much your droping the car as for the shocks u can leave them if there still good but to get a better ride u should change them all together i was told koni is good but i went with tokico as im happy with my ride
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stilloco,

you went with tokico shocks? does tokico make high performance shocks equivalent to the koni yellows? i thought the only high performance shock for the 7thgen accord was the koni yellows.
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you went with tokico shocks? does tokico make high performance shocks equivalent to the koni yellows? i thought the only high performance shock for the 7thgen accord was the koni yellows.


well thats what i thought as well till i found the tokicos since i have used them before and was happy with them i went with them again
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u only need camber kits for the rear and only if u need them it all depends on how much your droping the car as for the shocks u can leave them if there still good but to get a better ride u should change them all together i was told koni is good but i went with tokico as im happy with my ride

I talked to some dude at discount tire cuz I was checking out some wheels and they said that springs are a waste of money bla blah blah, I should have got coilovers blah blah blah, and that my shocks will blow in 6 months and it would mess up my suspension. I was going to get some tokicos or something soon but all these conflicting opinions are the reason that I haven't done any suspension work. People also say that i shouldn't lower my car until I get new wheels...
Is this true???
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