damn accord's wheel gaps are huge!! I can fit my whole head in there...Scott Si said:Look in my gallery for before/after pics.
The H-tech is rated for 1.4 inch front / 0.7 inch in back.tlak said:How much was your drop? Scott Si
Thanks for the photos they give me good comparison
jcygts6 said:damn accord's wheel gaps are huge!! I can fit my whole head in there...
Even after your drop, ur car dont look dropped. Only other accord owners can tell ur car is dropped.
IN order to look dropped our cars need to be dropped 2 inches or more.
Scott Si said:The H-tech is rated for 1.4 inch front / 0.7 inch in back.
Yah the wheel gaps were exaggerated by going to 225/45 tires from the stock 215/50 but in general Honda seems to have a bigger wheel gap then other cars out there. I wasn't looking for the slammed look, so that's why I went with the H-Tech. Now it looks like it should have from the factory.
I think you are confusing with flyvtec who has Comptech springs. H-tech springs are made by Tein.tlak said:Scott Si
In your car description it seas Comptech springs H-Tech is a model og Comptech?
Did you have to use camber kit?
tlak...no prob man...the drop is about 1.25 front/1.00 rear...i can fit 2 of my fat fingers in front and 1 index finger in back...as far as comfort, it's a little bit stiffer than stock but it does ride and handle a lot better...the Koni's made a HUGE difference in ride comfort because they have great damping characteristics...i did get my car aligned (all 4 wheels) after getting my springs and after installing my shocks...after installing the springs, i got an SPC rear camber adjuster to straighten the rear wheels. IMO...you should always get an alignment everytime you do suspension mods.tlak said:Flyvte,
Thanks a lot I am looking for 17inch (as of now) myself. Grate pix. How much was your drop? Big difference in comfort? I bet handling is better. Did you have to do anything with alignment?