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Old 06 Feb 2009, 11:31 pm
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Default shock spring set up for a 1991 honda accord?

I have some KYB GR2 shocks for my car and am looking at dropping it about 2". what are some good lowering springs for this shock? Give me a few options from all price ranges. I do want to keep my handling and don't want a bumpy ride. I was looking at Zenn springs and Skunk II springs. If you can please add a site. If not that's ok.Also, I have already looked at the other questions on yahoo pertaining to this question and am not satisfied with them, so please give me some other answers. Thank you.Ok, I do know that the ride will be different because it is lowered, but I want to have the best ride a lowered car can have. Not lowering it is not an option.
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Old 06 Feb 2009, 11:46 pm
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keep your handling and don't want a bumpy ride then best to leave it a lone and not lower it
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