How's it goin'


Jun 1, 2019
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Phx, AZ
Hey All! Hope everything's going well for ya. Lurked for a while and figured I'd finally say what's up. Bought a 2000 Accord Sedan a while back and I absolutely love it. From the ride/how it drives to the aesthetic and looks of it, it's damn nice. Originally bought it solely thinking it'd be just some side car I'd use while I look for something else to work on and instead, I've grown really attached to it. It's been a very pleasant surprise, all in all.

stock F23a4 with an Injen intake
Eibach 2" lowering springs
KYB Struts
Shift Racing Crank H28 17x7.5 +28 wheels
205/40R17 tires, I forget what brand off the top of my head

I'd like to eventually get it touched up and repaint it, and then either build up an F23 on the side to replace the current, or possibly swap an H22 in but as of right now it's my daily so I'm just going for a balance between looks and ride quality/efficiency.

Anyways, I think that'll do it. Looking forward to chatting and learning more! Have a good one!

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Dave Accord

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Apr 30, 2020
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Bellevue, Washington
Hello, everyone. I am a new member here.

A few weeks ago, I got my first Honda. It's a 2000 Honda Accord LX, 4 door automatic. It's a less common US market car that was assembled in Sayama, Japan. It's had one previous owner. Technically two, but they were relatives and one gave it to the other.

The previous owners didn't parallel park too well because the wheel covers on the passenger side are both beat up. I plan to refurbish them by sanding them and painting them. I don't plan a lot of mods but making the wheel covers more presentable is planned. I suppose that I could replace them with alloy wheels but refinishing the plastic wheel covers is my plan.

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