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Re: 1998-2002 Accord Suspension List

I've never heard of any differences. I'm 100% about all USDM models being exactly the same, however I can't guarantee EDM models. I would think there isn't a difference, never heard of anything of the sort but, you know.
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Re: 1998-2002 Accord Suspension List

any CG chassis suspension should be fully interchangeable. can't make any guarantees on CL to CG, or the other way around, my guess would be no though.
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Re: 1998-2002 Accord Suspension List

Ok, so I'm completely new to the modification scene and just need to know what the difference performance wise between coil overs and springs/shocks. Which type will be more fun to drive?
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Re: 1998-2002 Accord Suspension List

the enjoyment would really depend on how you drive and how your suspension is set up. full coilovers tend to have stiffer spring rates than the springs you'd get with doing a spring/shock combo. usually, full coils will just swap right in too, and you won't need to transfer the oem top hats to them, like you have to do with drop springs and shocks.
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