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1998-2002 Accord Suspension List

Wrong thread man.

Try the wheel fitment thread.
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Recommendations please?

New here just got a 2002 Coupe, Silver, Auto. Would just like to see if I could get some feedback whether it be vague or detailed it will help, on what suspension you or others prefer. From coilovers to bags to springs, I would like to hear your opinion. Thanks!
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Search the site a little.

It depends on you goals. But coilovers in general is the best choice.
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Re: 1998-2002 Accord Suspension List

Thanks was major help, I'm going to be using this page as a reference. I want to get a coilover setup on my car, wondering how much I should be paying for Function and Form type 1's? Thanks!
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Take the link for the type 1's in the list. PM that guy and he will give you the best price you can find anywhere. That's why it's hyperlinked...
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Re: 1998-2002 Accord Suspension List

I realized that the new 2013 Tein Street Flex is N/A for 6 gens...
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Re: 1998-2002 Accord Suspension List

Originally Posted by Sketch o5 View Post
all the kyb gr-2 shocks i've known to be on lowered cars have blown...i wouldn't say your claim is too accurate
After how long? I've had my GR-2s paird with my Eibach ProKit springs for something like 3 years and 70k miles already and still going good. I mean, if mine blow out now, I'd say they had a good life span.
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Re: 1998-2002 Accord Suspension List

Deff great thread
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Re: 1998-2002 Accord Suspension List

coilovers: function forms type 1s
price 550+tax
vendor: VEXX Motorsports in san jose, ca

conclusion: they do ride little too stiff for me. but a significant differences in the handling from the stock shox and springs, a great bang for your buck
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Re: 1998-2002 Accord Suspension List

This isn't a review thread
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