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Daily Suspension

Discussion in 'Integra' started by 05honda, Oct 22, 2006.

  1. 05honda

    05honda Junior Member

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    I am trying to find a daily driver suspension that will also be reliable...I am looking to spend less than a grand but I want a fair quality suspension. This car is not auto-x raced although I do drive fast on back roads quite often....thanks for any input you can give me
     
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    myah Neu Impact Performance

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    tein sport springs or some h & r springs
     
  3. 05honda

    05honda Junior Member

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    Should I do just springs or should I get coilovers, new struts, or shocks.....should I go all out or just get springs....
     
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    H&R Springs with KYB shocks and also get front and rear camber kits. That should be around a grand and would be sweeeet.
     
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    Turbo&Auto Nick Go FAST!!

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    I like the Progress Springs, them with KYB AGX's on my Accord. I do a mix of commuting and racing around backroads, they work well for me :)
     
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    myah Neu Impact Performance

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    i would do a complete kit you can find some h & r's off ebay they ride like their stock springs but they still give you that agressive drop and ride that your looking for
     
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    TurboMirage YEEAAAHHH VIP

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    H&R OE Sport and KYB GR-2's.

    give you a good feel, and wont hit your wallet like most of the options listed above.
     
  8. integraslut78

    integraslut78 Stylus DJ Extraordinaire

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    I have the Eibach Sportlines and Tokico Blues on my DC and I like them of course I drive in
    LA so I can't have it too low....... damn potholes
     
  9. 05honda

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    Well it seems that H&R springs with KYB struts/shocks seems to be the favorite....They are also quite affordable....not my question is, how low will this setup go. Also, when buying chamber kits, what should I purchase, do I only need the front and rear upper control arms or do I need rear toe adjusters or anything else...thanks again
     
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    1.5 inches all the way around. H&R FTW!
     
  11. myah

    myah Neu Impact Performance

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    ok it depends what state you live in if you live in california 1.5 but if you live in anyother start i would go about 2.0 inches all around o yeah what size rims do you have cause that makes a big difference
     
  12. 05honda

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    I have the stock 96 ls rims....im not sure on size lol, i just bought the car
     
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    myah Neu Impact Performance

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    ok on stock rims like a 1.5 drop would be nice but if your gonna go with some other after market rims i would go with a 2.0 drop i run skunk 2 coilovers on my 95 integra gs-r with 18's on it and it's at a 2.5 drop all around
     
  14. MikeBergy

    MikeBergy Blah blah blah....

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    Omnipower makes a nice full coilover setup. You can pick up a set new for around 550 if you shop right. For camber correction, Ingalls makes good stuff, look them up. Good stuff, good prices. Toe is already adjustable front and back on the integras, but buying a rear end toe correction kit just makes adjustment easier. But don't bother with the rear toe if you are just gonna take it to a shop to get it aligned. Let them bother with the oem adjusters. :)
     
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