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03-30-13 01:17 AM
trenddy19
hi

ya i am agree with his process....and i will check it...
03-25-13 07:06 AM
jay2586 I think some pic are missing...
08-04-10 11:12 PM
Acura_Kid
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Originally Posted by memo85blue View Post
good good writeup
thanks for reading this very old thread. i hope if people want to add some performance items they will start like i did. the car handled much better than oem. i regret selling it, but as that commercial says, "life happens".
08-04-10 09:01 PM
memo85blue good good writeup
01-24-10 11:47 PM
Acura_Kid just a fyi. i notice some of the pics are not showing, they show as red X placeholders. some of the pics are there if you click the X, some are just not there. this is because ImageShack has changed over the years and it seems they have lost some pics and/or moved some of the thumbnail URL's. i will ask ImageShack wtf.
09-02-08 12:18 PM
integ2000ls nice wite up man
02-09-07 12:23 AM
WeSellCarParts excellent write up especially on the camber kit installs glad to see these types of posts here. :cheers:
10-04-06 01:57 PM
systek and if that isnt enough...go here for another real world writeup:

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/164157/25
09-09-06 02:02 PM
dens_310 damn that very help full...pix and all
08-26-05 03:07 PM
Acura_Kid
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Originally Posted by 260 HP
I was reading your post on top and found where the problem was with your Tokico shocks and their spring seats being too large. Your set is for 98-02 Accord, 01-03 CL, and 99-03 TL. I'm sure you've done your research, but according to Tokico's site, it doesn't/haven't made shocks for 03-up Accords.
yeah, i bought them via a mis-understanding from the place where i got them. i did not test fit the springs to the shocks until the day i went to install them.....
08-26-05 12:42 PM
260 HP I was reading your post on top and found where the problem was with your Tokico shocks and their spring seats being too large. Your set is for 98-02 Accord, 01-03 CL, and 99-03 TL. I'm sure you've done your research, but according to Tokico's site, it doesn't/haven't made shocks for 03-up Accords.
08-19-05 03:19 AM
Acura_Kid
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Originally Posted by kcrumbley
Why don't you just take the car and get an alignment ???
1. why pay for something you can do at home? i have the tools/methods to do it accurately. and, if i did not enjoy working on the car i guess i would just let some place do it.....

2. i can repeat any process if i make changes. for example, i just got new shocks so after they go in i'll redo camber/toe checks/adjustments again. i certainly dont like having to make appointments and then having to drop the car off all day at some shop (that for the most part just want to go home for the day) everytime i make changes to the car.

3. for crappers&giggles i may bring the car to be checked once i'm done with new shock install.
08-18-05 06:36 PM
kcrumbley Why don't you just take the car and get an alignment ???
07-01-05 04:40 PM
1/2 excellent writeup!
07-01-05 04:51 AM
Acura_Kid
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