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Old 24 Jun 2008, 05:31 pm
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Default 2004 Honda Accord sedan?

I don't want to soup it up to the point that it just becomes an eyesore but I would like to add some things like a lip and side skirts etc. Also in the interior I'd like to put in a navi screen but I dont think its possible because of the layout.Can I add a dropdown screen for the rear even though I have a sunroof? Also if anyone has pictures of it that'd be great. Thanks!
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Old 24 Jun 2008, 05:46 pm
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My roomie has an 04, gf has an 05 too. Investing money into the interior really isn't such a great idea. It costs a lot of money. Since you have a sunroof, the roof mounted screen would be really far back, and would give anyone in the back seat a neck strain from having to look up at a weird angle at it. You can get the Navi done, don't worry about the layout of it, a good audio shop can custom fabricate brackets and everything to hold it in where the stock stereo is. You can get the factory navigation, that might be easier to install and look better probably. Either way a good navi is probably about $1,600 at least. What i would suggest though, is get window tinting done, and get the factory spoiler (if you haven't already gone one) especially the one that is flush mounted on the trunk and not the one that rises above the trunk a little. Change the rims, go for a 17" rim with a slightly low profile tire for a sport look that still has an OK ride quality. If your going for looks mainly, 18" rims will do the job. As far as lip kits go, i've seen many good ones for the Accord coupe, but for the sedan, some of these might look goodMugen Style: like the B Magic kit, although i'm not sure of its quality. As far as materials used in the kits, ABS plastic and polyurethane are more durable and tend not to crack or break. Fiber glass is good, provides a nice finish if you ask me, but it cracks easily if you hit something and you can damage one in no time if you go over bumps a lot or your smack it against a curb. Maybe add a lowering kit, drop the car 1.5" inches all the way around on 17" rims would look good. If you have a Silver sedan, maybe adding a light tail light tint would look good too. Just don't do anything like add a huge ugly spoiler, nasty looking body kit (especially those that use mesh) and weird projector headlights and "custom" tail lights.
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Old 04 Aug 2008, 08:07 pm
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Default Re: 2004 Honda Accord sedan?

The company- is selling many different types of spoiler for 2004 Honda 4Dr, included the lip spoiler. Hope you can find one for your car.

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