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Old 13 Oct 2007, 11:16 am
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Default 03 accord ex coupe v6?

i want a sportive sound. what can i do..?1- i want a sportive sound 2- want to change the horn3- want a sub without touching the stock stereo (just a deeper bass nothing crazy)4- if i change the tweeters and door speakers will it work with the stock stereo. what kind of speakers do i have to use ?5- when to change timing belt 6- if i speed it takes about 3 seconds to change gear from 3 to 4..why..?7- plastic door insulations makes some noises. they need to be lubricated or watered instantly. is there any easy solutions..what kind of cream or fluid do i have to use to get rid of it..?
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Old 13 Oct 2007, 11:18 am
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Add a new muffler and intake. You don't have to change door speakers to put bass. Just add a woofer. Horn? That's kinda weird.
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