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Old 25 Dec 2009, 12:31 am
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Default HONDA ACCORD PROBLEM?

I have a 97 accord vtec with lowering springs dont know what brand when i got the car i had them allready need shocks i kind off knew i may need shocks cause the drive was very jumpy and very soft i went to the shop and i saw few different brands like KYB -GR2 , KYB GBX , BILSTAIN , SKUNKS-2 , GABRIELS I like how my car looks with the lowering srings but i dont know what brand to get does any 1 know what would be a better brand for me to get well let me know if any 1 knows let me know
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Old 25 Dec 2009, 12:46 am
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skunk2 actually i dont like very rough ride with them...the one spring i tell EVERYONE to get bc i own them myself is tein springs. they are very smooth ride and good price for what you get... here is a link to some...















http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/TEIN-...Q5fAccessories































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