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Old April 21st, 2008, 11:22 AM   #1
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FS: Neuspeed Rear Sway Bar 03 - 07 Accord

Neuspeed rear sway bar.

Installed on the car last summer. It is still on my car but will come off and be shipped within a day or two of someone purchasing it. I don't have any pics at the moment.. but there is really not much to see with it. The last time i saw it with the car up on the lift, it looked great and still had all of the n-e-u-s-p-e-e-d lettering on it =).

I even have the original boxes and instructions with it!(wow!). So you'd pretty much feel like you just got a brand new one.

This solid 19mm bar with polyeurethane bushings (NOT RUBBER) will increase the car's performance dramatically and definately limit body roll. A MUST HAVE for any accord coupe or sedan.

Easy to install, great DIY project with only a few tools and a jack needed.

Expect to pay 200 dollars for a new one shipped.

Asking 125 SHIPPED and Paypal fees included. Firm.
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Old April 21st, 2008, 11:59 AM   #2
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are you able to use the stock holders (U shaped brackets) for the install with the poly bushings, or did you have to get larger ones too?
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are you able to use the stock holders (U shaped brackets) for the install with the poly bushings, or did you have to get larger ones too?
you need different brackets, which are included with the sway bar kit.
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Old April 21st, 2008, 12:46 PM   #4
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**update** I have a stocker sway bar in bound to me... so this one will be available to ship once that one arrives so I have something to put back on the car =).

Either way, this will be available to ship by the end of the week.
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Old April 21st, 2008, 03:27 PM   #5
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sale pending.
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Old April 25th, 2008, 10:19 AM   #6
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Still for sale, bump!
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Old April 27th, 2008, 09:16 AM   #7
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Old April 28th, 2008, 10:04 AM   #8
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Old April 28th, 2008, 11:02 AM   #9
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pics of the bar when i installed it, it basically looks the same.. its just a bar haha





the stock bar is shown above... note how much thicker the neuspeed is
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Old April 29th, 2008, 08:27 AM   #10
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Does it come with everything that's required to install it ?
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Old April 29th, 2008, 08:58 AM   #11
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why are you getting rid of it shwiggy? I'll see how much i get it for at cost and if its more than 125 i'll take it off your hand.
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Old April 29th, 2008, 09:08 AM   #12
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why are you getting rid of it shwiggy? I'll see how much i get it for at cost and if its more than 125 i'll take it off your hand.

thanks for the interest but sale pending at the moment.. ill know for sure if its sold by tonight.

parting it out for the money right now..


^^^ and yup it has all of the parts.. you just need a few tools. Even has the original boxes =)
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Old April 29th, 2008, 11:20 AM   #13
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Kshwiggy, kind of a silly question: is there any problem if I install the rear bar and let pending the front one? No problems with cornering?

Thanks!!
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Kshwiggy, kind of a silly question: is there any problem if I install the rear bar and let pending the front one? No problems with cornering?

Thanks!!
I had the rear installed for about a year without touching the front.. no problems at all.

i just got the front TL-S bar recently and the car corners harder.. but the rear upgrade made a much more significant difference than the front upgrade.
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Old April 29th, 2008, 12:21 PM   #15
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i like my rear end stiffer, and the front end not so stiff. When hitting turns hard, I like to still beable to feel that I'm losing it, so I know when its about to go to counter if needed. When its too stiff and you lose all the feel, You don't know when your car is going to lose it until you already lose it.. That's just my experience from auto-xing, and road racing/track.
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I had the rear installed for about a year without touching the front.. no problems at all.
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Thanks man, I think I'll get it, let me check my card balance...

Do you recommend me to get the front as well or stay just with the rear for a while?
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i like my rear end stiffer, and the front end not so stiff. When hitting turns hard, I like to still beable to feel that I'm losing it, so I know when its about to go to counter if needed. When its too stiff and you lose all the feel, You don't know when your car is going to lose it until you already lose it.. That's just my experience from auto-xing, and road racing/track.
Interesting point, I've never modified my cars' suspension, I´ve always raced stock cars on track days...
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Thanks man, I think I'll get it, let me check my card balance...

Do you recommend me to get the front as well or stay just with the rear for a while?

Interesting point, I've never modified my cars' suspension, Ive always raced stock cars on track days...
do the rear.. drive for a while and see how you like it, then see if you want the front tighter. the car was really tight already, but i did the front too for autocrossing purposes.


when you say track days, do you mean drag strip track, or road racing track? bc unless you're doing turns and maneuvers, the sway bars dont do much
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note to everyone...


sale is still pending as of last night for this bar.. ill know for sure tomorrow morning if its still available or not thanks for all the interest!
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when you say track days, do you mean drag strip track, or road racing track? bc unless you're doing turns and maneuvers, the sway bars dont do much
Road racing...

I'm riding stock suspension... Not sure if I can get something soon, so I guess this could help some...

I'm pretty sure that if no one buy this in a couple of hours i'll get it... I'm just waiting my card number.... I forgot my wallet at home and my brother isn't there... hahahahaha....
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