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Discussion in 'Accord' started by ludecrasy87, Jan 31, 2007.

  1. ludecrasy87

    ludecrasy87 New Member

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    Ok has anyone boughten the shock and struts from tokico i want to if their reliable and i dont know wat type of springs i should get for my accord?
    I want to be able to drop my car at least 1.5 to 2"
     
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    eg6sir Supa Mod Moderator VIP

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    Tokico is good.. what are you gonna use the car for?? daily driver go with some Tokico HPs also known as Tokico Blues and a 1.8" drop
     
  3. ludecrasy87

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    ya have as a daily drivin but like at least once a month or so just race it
    but i was concern bout gettin springs i have not heard nothin bout tein are they any good
     
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    Tokico makes a good strut. I know many people that use them. I personally have KYB struts with Eibach sportline. If I had the money to spend on suspension...I WOULD BUY TEIN IN A HEARTBEAT! Their coilover systems are quite pricey, but worth it!
     
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    Accord,suspension

    What about Tokico RAK coilover kit, D2, K-sport coilover???? All three are full coilover systems!!!
     
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    Yes they are. I don't know anyone with those exact systems, but they could work. How much are these set-ups? Not to say that you need to spend your life savings on suspension, but if you aren't spending over 4 or 5 hundred...I'd say it's crap (for coilover suspension/damper systems)! Compare all the companies and there products. Some companies put more research into their work than others.
     
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