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Old 24 Aug 2007, 05:04 pm
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Default i have a 94 acura legend, what mods are recommended?

cold air intake, as well i wanna slam that gurl to the ground, but i hate coil overs, i know where to get s the lowering springs but how about the camber kit .as well dual exhaust does that sound good?
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Old 24 Aug 2007, 05:10 pm
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U dont really need a camber kit... just go to a Firestone/good year tire shop and get a alignment done for like $30. Camber kit is only needed if it is so terribly out of alignment.I/H/E is considered basic performance upgrade, Intake/header/exhaust. Perhaps a ECU plug and play upgrade?What else? Honda has a lot of aftermarket mods, just look around. Stuff like Turbo or S/C probably will cost too much... put some money on Audio System and visual mods, like tints."make the girls drool before the boys cry"
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Old 24 Aug 2007, 05:18 pm
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there arent too many things for acura legends(mods)but if you have the money u can get custom stuff done. to slam ur ride u have to have airbag suspension or coilovers cuz they are adjustable. i dont think they have springs that can lower ur car to the ground. and yea u can get the camber kit once ur car is dropped so u can get better traction. dual catback exhaust will sound nice and give u couple of hp
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Old 24 Aug 2007, 05:28 pm
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Probably might want to not do that since that is an old car. Invest your money into something more useful.
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Old 24 Aug 2007, 05:36 pm
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If you lower your car you will definelty need a camber kit unless you want to buy new tires every other month. The legend was never a popular car to mod out as far as performance so many of the parts will be custom fabricated peices or universal peices. Stick with visual and audio parts with that car as it is not a very performance capable ride and would serve you better as a stunner and not a racer.
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Default Re: i have a 94 acura legend, what mods are recommended?

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as it is not a very performance capable ride and would serve you better as a stunner and not a racer.
Obviously you have never driven one... I love eating racers with my "Stunner" What I love even more is the looks on their faces when they get smoked by a grandpa car...
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