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Old 26 Nov 2009, 08:46 am
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Default should I put a spoiler on a '07 Honda Accord 4-cylinder sedan?

I have a 2007 black Honda Accord, 4 cylinder, sedan style. I'm 22 years old and everywhere I go I see a mommy or older people driving this car. I want to modify it so it fits my age group a little better. Would a spoiler be retarded to add to the car? should I get bigger wheels? Ideas?
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Old 26 Nov 2009, 09:01 am
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I had a Honda Accord with a spoiler. I did not like it
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Old 26 Nov 2009, 09:16 am
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your car can do what you want really wheels can change the looks greatly wouldnt go with big wheels just better wheels really large wheel cause damage sure they look cool but really hard on a car just get new custom wheels some type of decals or body wrap
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Old 26 Nov 2009, 09:46 am
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Very smart car purchase, but you're right in that they look dull. I would not put a spoiler on it, but not bigger wheels either, perhaps just different ones. I had a 05 Accord (similar body to yours) and purchased winter tires on different wheels, and my kids liked them better than the original alloy wheels. Get the same size so you don't have to replace the tires too, but get something snazzy. The ones I had were called Konig Trouble, they were pretty cool looking.































If you go to this web site:















http://www.discounttiredirect.com/direct/interactive.do















You can enter your car info and see what the different wheels would look like on it!
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Old 26 Nov 2009, 10:01 am
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Yes you upgrade your rims to 18 inch, it will look nice, 225/45/18 for both front and rear. You can add spoilers, but remember to choose the proper design so it will not look like to much in the eyes. Hope this helps!
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If it were a two door coupe I'd say sure get a spoiler. For a four door sedan I'd say probably not.
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Old 26 Nov 2009, 10:31 am
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spoiler might be good but that shouldn't be the first choice.































first, you should get RIMS not only big but expensive VIP rims.















Then exhaust system, then intake, then subs, tint, and lastly, spoiler.















maybe you can put body kit, HID kit, LEDs.































Spoiler is not my kind but I do like LIP.
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