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Old 16 Mar 2011, 07:01 pm
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Default Lowering my Honda Civic 1995?

Hey i wanna slam my honda civic aka lower it but I wanna do tein suspension but i don't know what to do can someone help me like do i need a camber kit ? someone help please
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Old 16 Mar 2011, 07:16 pm
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Check out this guide.

Takes about 2-3 hours with experience, probably around 4 for first timers.

You don't need a camber kit unless your car already has camber issues, if not then no camber kit. You should however get the toe aligned.

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