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Old November 19th, 2003, 03:22 AM   #1
 
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Talking Nex SR coilover suspension kit for 1998-2002 Honda Accord- *pictures* - $550

Say goodbye to a harsh ride! No need to replace comfort for handling with the Nex Full coilover suspension kit. I have been thinking about selling my 2000 Honda Accord coupe with all OEM parts, so I am selling all my aftermarket upgrades. I am Selling the suspension for $550 O.B.O., this is a fully threaded full coilover racing supspension kit. Very refined comfortable ride with fully adjustable height and great handling. Makes the accord look much sportier and aggressive looking, not to mention the increase in handling. I've only put 6 months on this suspension mostly easy freeway miles and for the short commute from home to school. Thanks for looking!
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http://www.abtivan.com/nex/nex_coilovers.htm










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Old November 19th, 2003, 10:46 AM   #2
 
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...these are a steal.
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Old November 19th, 2003, 11:28 AM   #3
 
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i love this kit
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Old November 19th, 2003, 01:53 PM   #4
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does this fit a 2000+ TL/CL?
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Old November 19th, 2003, 09:26 PM   #5
 
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how does it compare to Tein SS? I mean ride quality, I don't want to lose the ability to ride like stock.

also are you going to ship?
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Old November 19th, 2003, 09:34 PM   #6
 
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damn i would so jump on these if i didnt have my teins
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Old November 19th, 2003, 09:57 PM   #7
 
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i would take these off your hands if i can sell my NEW GC i never installed
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Old November 19th, 2003, 09:57 PM   #8
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this is better then teins???
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Better then Tein SS, yes - almost anything's better than SS.

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Old November 20th, 2003, 12:33 PM   #10
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Better then Tein SS, yes - almost anything's better than SS.

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Teins are a good and reputable japanese brand and has the quality everyone looks for... What do you mean?
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Better then Tein SS, yes - almost anything's better than SS.

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better is what sense?

for autocrossing?

for daily drive?
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Old November 20th, 2003, 03:15 PM   #12
 
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For durability and performance - Tein's SS is quite far below the average of Tein's products. Don't even get me started on the Basic.

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For durability and performance - Tein's SS is quite far below the average of Tein's products. Don't even get me started on the Basic.

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What do you mean? Do the shocks blow up easily or something? Please elaborate further. Thanks!
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Old November 21st, 2003, 06:35 PM   #14
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the NEX ride quality is harsh like a mofo. If you drive a lot in a city like frisco, you're gonna be bouncing everywhere. But perfromance wise they are about the same as Teins. But with the NEX you can get a really low drop, like an inch or two lower than Teins.

But someone should jump on this deal

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Old November 21st, 2003, 09:12 PM   #15
 
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I live in Oakland/Berkeley area and go to San Francisco often and never run into any problems with my ride quality on the Nex SR system. The suspension has 1-4 inch drop since it is fully threaded and adjustable.
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the NEX ride quality is harsh like a mofo. If you drive a lot in a city like frisco, you're gonna be bouncing everywhere. But perfromance wise they are about the same as Teins. But with the NEX you can get a really low drop, like an inch or two lower than Teins.

But someone should jump on this deal

hmmm please elaborate on this. do you own them or do you know someone that does? is it the race spec or the street spec?
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My cousin use to have the NEX SS coilovers on his TL and his ride was stiff. Bouncing everwhere, but then our friend and him traded coilovers. Our friend had the Tein SS. Our friend wanted a lower drop on his CL-S that's why. I've been in both their cars when each of them had each of those set-ups on their cars. Now my friend's CL-S is stiff, while my cousin's TL is nice and soft because of the adjustable dampening of the Tein SS.

I think the NEX SR will be even more stiff than the NEX SS because it's for racing and not for street use.

Just my 2 cents

here is a pic of the clearance difference between the Tein SS and the NEX SS: http://www.bui4ever.com/gallery/my_car/aaa

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My cousin use to have the NEX SS coilovers on his TL and his ride was stiff. Bouncing everwhere, but then our friend and him traded coilovers. Our friend had the Tein SS. Our friend wanted a lower drop on his CL-S that's why. I've been in both their cars when each of them had each of those set-ups on their cars. Now my friend's CL-S is stiff, while my cousin's TL is nice and soft because of the adjustable dampening of the Tein SS.

I think the NEX SR will be even more stiff than the NEX SS because it's for racing and not for street use.

Just my 2 cents

here is a pic of the clearance difference between the Tein SS and the NEX SS: http://www.bui4ever.com/gallery/my_car/aaa
right on the money!

oh and i know who u are talking about. the dude with the cl-s posts on www.acuraworld.com his name is peiqinlong.
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yea he's a good friend of mine since the 7th grade. He's all about performance and looks.
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My cousin use to have the NEX SS coilovers on his TL and his ride was stiff. Bouncing everwhere, but then our friend and him traded coilovers. Our friend had the Tein SS. Our friend wanted a lower drop on his CL-S that's why. I've been in both their cars when each of them had each of those set-ups on their cars. Now my friend's CL-S is stiff, while my cousin's TL is nice and soft because of the adjustable dampening of the Tein SS.

I think the NEX SR will be even more stiff than the NEX SS because it's for racing and not for street use.

Just my 2 cents

here is a pic of the clearance difference between the Tein SS and the NEX SS: http://www.bui4ever.com/gallery/my_car/aaa
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Old November 22nd, 2003, 06:12 PM   #21
 
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I have NEX SR Coilovers and they are harsh in the city. But where I live the roads are decent and I love the drop on them.
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I saw these same coilovers sell for 200-250$ used in this same forum once.. Tein is better then these.. a friend of mine has had the SS tein on his car for 40k miles.. and that car rides so smooth over the worst roads. Cant beat the 12 setting adjustable dampening on the tein.. you can make it ride as hard or as soft as you want. -Jai
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I am now selling these exact same ones, that i bought from this member (Jonz) http://www.v6performance.net/forums/...070&forumid=80
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Old February 10th, 2004, 12:35 AM   #24
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What do you mean? Do the shocks blow up easily or something? Please elaborate further. Thanks!
he's an idiot and doesn't have any basis for his argument... i've sat in cars w/ both the Tein Basic and the SS... both are smooth and even smoother depending on the dampening setting on the cars.
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Old February 10th, 2004, 08:49 AM   #25
 
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And I've sat in cars with Tein Basic, SS, FLEX, RA, and HA, what's your point? The Basic and SS did not give results that I'd want to pay any amount of money for, the FLEX was decent except for being too soft (which Tein corrected, all new WRX FLEX kits have stiffer springs) and the RA and HA were excellent track setups.

I'd compare the Tein Basic and SS to eBay coilovers on stock or KYB shocks, little damping variation, insufficient compression damping, both low and high speed, spring rates heavily biased towards comfort, basically for the crowd that wants to brag about having coilovers but doesn't need, want, or know what coilover performance is.

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