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smoothest set-up

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by whyamionahondaforum, Mar 15, 2009.

  1. whyamionahondaforum

    whyamionahondaforum New Member

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    well after a recent accident that left my car down for a while, I realized that for my daily driver i will be doing no modifications for reliability purposes.

    Now the person I got the car from had sleve coil overs put on the stock shocks. and the ride qualty sucks. I was wondering if anyone could reccomend the smoothest non stock suspension set up?

    i searched and came up with about fifteen pages of threads started a bot. so any help would help me a ton
     
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    i like tein myself
     
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    tokico (hp or aluminas) and a good set of springs it all depends on how much you want to spent. i have the hp and love them and a buddy of mine just put a set on his 02 with skunk2 springs with no complants.
     
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    i know that I will prolly end up spending 1000-1200 so would it be better to go for a lower end coil over set up? or a good quality spring and strut set up.

    know koni yellows and GC springs are pretty pouplar, is this simply a track set up or could i set the damp to full would that work? the roads arond here are terrible lol
     
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    what car is this going on?
     
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    bag dat bitch!
     
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    smoothest set up?

    stock springs, stock shocks. end of story.
     
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    Z6CRX übber ɐɾuıu etarip

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    and replacing bushings on any part of the suspension. Like the control arms tie rods, sway bars and such:ph34r:
     
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    smooth ride but a little lower than stock.... eibach or h&r sports, teins are pretty soft too. get some decent shocks to go with them too of course
     
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    i thought air bags are a smoother ride?
     
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    not like the hydraulic ones. doesn't cadillac have an air ride type suspension that makes it smooth?
     
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    its going on a 00 integra. And I am looking for a little lower than stock lol otherwise I know that would be he best.
     
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    eibach sportlines
    kyb agx's or tokico blues

    that will give you a little lower, and a 'sport' ride thats not harsh
     
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    IMO.. get some KYB AGX and some OEM Type R springs..
     
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    it really depends on what kind of car you have..

    i think everyone is assuming you have a civic, which wouldnt be a big shocker.
     
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    eg6sir Supa Mod Moderator VIP

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    learn to read
     
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    wat duz ^ tat werd meen?
     
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    both good setups :thumbsup:

    neuspeed sport springs w/ AGXs make a nice ride as well
     
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