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Old April 9th, 2008, 06:02 PM   #1
 
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FS: tein h-tech springs 03+accord (socal)

Hey guys, I have a used (around 8 months) tein h-tech lowering springs. It should fit 03-07 honda accord 4cyl. No damage to it, decent drop, not too much. Works with oem shocks. I am asking for $90 obo. Local pick up only! I am located so cal, los angeles area. Email me [email protected] or aim me = isell0range.
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Old April 9th, 2008, 06:26 PM   #2
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im interested. would i need rear camber kit?
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Old April 9th, 2008, 07:32 PM   #4
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im interested. would i need rear camber kit?
no you dont need one. h tech is a 1 inch drop, that should be fine.
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I want to see how much was the drop?
Got any pictures??
Interested!
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Old April 9th, 2008, 09:48 PM   #6
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You'll need a camber kit. Ask 7thGenVillain I've talked to him about H Techs before
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Old April 9th, 2008, 10:17 PM   #7
 
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I had them on my car for like 8 months or so, I had no rear camber problem. or I didn't notice any since I had those springs. I guess if you want, you can use rear camber. right now I am only selling it local, local pick up only los angeles area. let me try to find some picture
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Old April 9th, 2008, 10:28 PM   #8
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as long as you drop your 7th accord, you will need a camber for the rear.
Treat your car nicely.Don't be cheap! If you want to drop, get the camber!
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here are few pics with the h-techs









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Old April 9th, 2008, 10:39 PM   #10
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no you dont need one. h tech is a 1 inch drop, that should be fine.
let me show you my camber then

as for the camber kit, I think I have one installed on the rear. The front is ok.

can't remember though. Check the board, I found my info when I installed mine here.
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let me show you my camber then

as for the camber kit, I think I have one installed on the rear. The front is ok.

can't remember though. Check the board, I found my info when I installed mine here.
i know people that are on coilovers that are dumped and their tires are fine. they are slammed 3+ inches and no camber kit. you DO need an alignment like i said. if you don't usually your toe gets messed up, and that's what messes up your camber.
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i know people that are on coilovers that are dumped and their tires are fine. they are slammed 3+ inches and no camber kit. you DO need an alignment like i said. if you don't usually your toe gets messed up, and that's what messes up your camber.
I have my alignment done once a month, sometimes twice depending on what I run over & potholes I hit.

I still have camber issues.

So yes, regardless of what height you're at, you still can have issues.

I'm also sure driving habits contribute to the problem.

This topic is covered on this board, because I was in the same boat about whether or not to purchase an ingalls kit.
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I have my alignment done once a month, sometimes twice depending on what I run over & potholes I hit.

I still have camber issues.

So yes, regardless of what height you're at, you still can have issues.

I'm also sure driving habits contribute to the problem.

This topic is covered on this board, because I was in the same boat about whether or not to purchase an ingalls kit.
i don't know what kind of issues you have. how can you have issues when your dropped an inch? driving issues don't have anything to do with it. if you have toe and camber then no matter how you drive your tires are going to wear out faster than normal.
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To clear things up, you won't need a camber kit for H-Tech springs. Whoever said that was smoking some crack because that drop is nothing.

You may have camber issues (you definitely will not with H-Techs...), but if your toe is fine then who cares. Just rotate your tires. I'm pretty low (I was lower but those coilovers rode like ****!) and I don't buy tires every two days. My camber is wack. I haven't gotten my alignment done yet but my car drives straight so I'm not too worried. That's next on my list. What messes you up is your toe angle. If your toe angle is really bad then you're screwed. Don't be suckered into buying a camber kit especially on H-Tech springs.

Unless your camber is past -3* you probably won't need a camber kit for daily driving. Just make sure your toe angle is set correctly (between 0 and OEM spec) and you will be fine. I drive on some nasty roads too yet my wheels and tires are still intact. Don't waste your time or money on a camber kit, but rather spend it on a good alignment.



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come on guys lol, lets get on subject! someone get these off my hands!
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as long as you drop your 7th accord, you will need a camber for the rear.
Treat your car nicely.Don't be cheap! If you want to drop, get the camber!
whats a camber kit???


i dont have one and i know i have at least 2-3* of negative camber on my car. im fine. i dont go thru tires like every few months. i go thru tires probably like every 8 months or so?

but thats kuz i drive hard...and for h-techs its like 1/10 of how low i am - and im lower than in that picture now.


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Old April 10th, 2008, 03:39 PM   #18
 
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i would take them if you'd ship! =D
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I am getting a lot of pm's saying if I ship it they will buy it. If no one buys it locally ill ship it out
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Yeah.. you should ship. Cause alot of people would pick it up in a heart beat.
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Old April 13th, 2008, 02:05 AM   #21
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I'll take them if they are still available, i am local
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