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Old June 6th, 2007, 08:07 PM   #1
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neuspeed or progress rear sways

Hi

i had a question bout rear sway bars. i searched google and v6p and found there are about 3 options tl-s 19mm neuspeed:19mm and progress:22mm

i wanted to know if anyone has experience with the progress sway bars. are they comparable to the comptechs that were out a few months ago?

i also read that i would need to balance the front sways out... if i went the progress route and got 22mm will the tl-s front suffice or neuspeed? which would be a better route?

i know some are gonna say go with the tl-s front and rear cuz its the best bang for buck but i wanna have 22mm in the rear hehe

thanks guys for the help and all the info
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Old June 7th, 2007, 06:19 AM   #2
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I can't answer your question but the TL-S is 20mm.

And either way, GET the front 2007 TL-S. It is 27.2mm and is SOLID metal (unlike the 2006 and earlier whereas it's hollow).
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Old June 7th, 2007, 01:59 PM   #3
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I can't answer your question but the TL-S is 20mm.

And either way, GET the front 2007 TL-S. It is 27.2mm and is SOLID metal (unlike the 2006 and earlier whereas it's hollow).
do u feel a significant difference? i heard u feel the difference with only rear sways and fronts are pointless.
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Old June 7th, 2007, 02:08 PM   #4
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do u feel a significant difference? i heard u feel the difference with only rear sways and fronts are pointless.

I for one dont notice much difference with the front sway being a 07 TL-S 27.2mm solid bar. Then again i push the car pretty hard with everyday driving so i induce quite a bit of body roll even with both sways upgraded and SS-P.
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Old June 8th, 2007, 04:33 PM   #5
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2007? sounds good...would you know bout the 2007 rear tls? is that 20mm as well?
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Old June 8th, 2007, 04:54 PM   #6
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well i just ordered the tl-s front and rear...the rears were 20mm front was 27.2 mm

part numbers if anyones interested:

Product # Description Quantity Unit Price Total Price
51306-SEP-A01 BUSH, FR. STABILIZER HOLDER (27.2MM) 1 $1.66 $1.66
51308-SDA-A00 BRACKET, FR. STABILIZER 1 $1.84 $1.84
52300-SEP-A11 SPRING, RR. STABILIZER 1 $32.72 $32.72
52306-SEP-A11 BUSH, RR. STABILIZER HOLDER (20MM) 1 $1.10 $1.10
52308-S3M-A00 HOLDER, STABILIZER BUSH 1 $0.84 $0.84
90120-SEP-A00 BOLT, FLANGE (10X35) 1 $0.54 $0.54
93402-08016-08 BOLT-WASHER (8X16) 1 $0.66 $0.66
51300-SEP-A21 SPRING, FR. STABILIZER 1 $63.60 $63.60

this is for front and rears

i got it from: https://www.acuraoemparts.com

thanks for the input guys
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^ dont you need more than one on a couple of the parts? cuz i was reading the other thread on this and it says that on a couple of the parts you need 2 or 4.
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Old June 9th, 2007, 08:39 AM   #8
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really?? crap...hopefully i can pick them up at the local acura delearship..they should have it... does anyone know which parts i would need more of?
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here... read this thread:

http://www.v6performance.net/forums/...ad.php?t=80747
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well i just ordered the tl-s front and rear...the rears were 20mm front was 27.2 mm

part numbers if anyones interested:

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90120-SEP-A00 BOLT, FLANGE (10X35) 1 $0.54 $0.54
93402-08016-08 BOLT-WASHER (8X16) 1 $0.66 $0.66
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thanks for the input guys
Why the flange and washer? Original ones fit perfectly.

And I DO feel a difference. I went like this:

rear 17mm --> Tein Flex --> rear 20 & 27.2mm.

06 AV6 06MT, maybe you should try another accord without the front tls and see?
because I could feel quite a difference in front body roll after installing them.
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Old June 10th, 2007, 05:23 PM   #11
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Why the flange and washer? Original ones fit perfectly.

And I DO feel a difference. I went like this:

rear 17mm --> Tein Flex --> rear 20 & 27.2mm.

06 AV6 06MT, maybe you should try another accord without the front tls and see?
because I could feel quite a difference in front body roll after installing them.

I have always told myself that I wish I could snap my fingers and go back to stock and drive it that way to see how it compares to my current setup then snap them again to get back to norm, but i cant

I noticed a huge difference when upgrading the rear to the 20mm, problem is I upgraded the front to 27.2mm solid along with Tein ss-p so I dont have a baseline for what it would have been like with and without the front upgraded.

I will say that when I held them side by side the solidness and heavieness was quite a bit different between stock and the TL-S one, no doubt about that. But I can tell you that I can get the front to induce some pretty heavy roll pretty easily. I am not expecting a Porshe or anything but I expected it would take a bit of work to make it feel like the front was going to roll.

But I have the **** as stock tires that came with the TL wheels and can feel the sidewall flex quite a bit, it is def the limiting factor in the handeling. I might try and stiffen up the front a bit as it is set to middle on the shocks and see if that helps, though i dont want a punishing ride either.

I think maybe my expectations were too high for the front after seeing what the rear one did for the car. Anyone have an accord with stock suspension in Raleigh NC they would let me drive?

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