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Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by Boi_wond3r, Aug 24, 2008.

  1. Boi_wond3r

    Boi_wond3r New Member

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    i need help or advice with chasis rigity any tips.. mayby where i can find a good strut bar front and rear. tie rods u know the most importants aftermarkets parts i can get for a 96 accord
     
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    efhondakid My name is Byron. VIP

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    I still havn't figured out how in the hell strut tower bars with flexable joints can do anything...

    I don't know a lot of places that sell many accord parts unfortunatly (off hand). My buddy may know, I'll ask him when I get a chance.

    Why are you in need of the stiffness? Is cosmetics any issue? Welding skills/capabilities? Just strategicly weld in supports and make your own braces and tie bars of out metal stock.

    Custom y0.
     
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    cosmetics is the main goal in mind.. welding is a good idea but then that can become costly and finding the right person to do it is another issue... plus its always good to have the most control over your car u can possibly have
     
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    well...... that's gay.

    welding is cheaper than buying premade pieces.

    having the most control over the car would entail making it perfect for YOU, thus custom welded bracketry would be ideal.

    not to mention, stiffening your chassis for mainly a cosmetic purpose is really lame.

    i'm not knockin the stuff, just your logic in the decision making process lol
     
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    get the neuspeed front bar!
     
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    it may seem gay but its a cool look as far as suspension go and plus if u live in south miami u cant trust anybody out hear as far as shops go for welding theivery rate out hear is at al all time high. i put my car at risk jus goin to school alone
     
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    Yup the nuespeed bar is one of the best that you can get. It mounts directly to the upper control arm bolts which makes it superior.
     
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    So you're basically just looking for some shiny shit? I'm not so sure if that's a great idea either if you're worried about theft. To somebody who's in the know, the glint of a shiny lower tie bar peaking out from under the rear bumper could say "steal me, I've got after-market parts!"

    :werd:

    The Neuspeed bar pwns all!
     
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    you know how it goes if they want it its gonna be taken from you somehow. but no i want to build it for autox so street dirvability and handling is a must
     
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