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lowering suspension kits

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by AH91, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. AH91

    AH91 New Member

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    if any1 is familiar with the tokico hp suspesion kit or jus lowering kits in general, i need to know:
    -If the kits r specifically made for a specific drop rate [front, rear] will the suspension/ chassis have the common inward flex?
    -If so what sort of camber kits would i need to get or any somewhat simple solutions for the resolving this flexing issue?

    The kits drops about 1"-1.75" is that even enough for the suspension flexing to occur?

    any1s feedback would b great.
     
  2. FLounder

    FLounder power hungry VIP

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    you wont need a camber kit with that small of a drop. after 2" drop, the neg. camber comes into play but even then its not really a problem if you get an alignment. the main thing that eats up tires is actually the toe of the wheels. so in other words, you will be fine with less than 2" drop, the neg camber wont be much, and if you get an alignment your tires will last just like stock height.
     
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    Jeef NO MA'AM Moderator VIP

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    I had that kit on my crx and I loved the handling.
     
  4. AH91

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    thanks for the feedback what bushings would be good to change while swaping the struts out?
     
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