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Old 03 Jul 2008, 01:01 am
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Default can you put a 1999 honda accord 4 cylinder drop kit on 6 cylinder? both are 4 door.?

someone told me that you can put a 4 cylinder drop kit on a 6 cylinder. the only thing that will happen is that it will drop a little more. so is it possible without anything messing up?
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Old 03 Jul 2008, 01:16 am
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If both Accord are of the same generation then I don't see why it wouldn't work. Yes, it is true that the drop will be lower because the 6 cylinder is a heavier car (not by too much though).You will not mess anything up if you install it correctly. You may notice that the ride is somewhat softer if you were have it in the 4 cylinder. The ride will be more improved if you were to upgrade the shocks as well.
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