So I see a lot of repeated questions, and I'm guilty myself, and a lot of experienced users angrily advising to use the search function. Well we all know it's not perfect, and in fact doesn't work very well for me at all. So to those not familiar with meta searching (Google), if you end your searches with "site:driveaccord.net" it will Google search only within the Drive Accord website.
How do I modded car? site:driveaccord.net
Will search for pages containing this phrase where the URL starts with driveaccord.net. On the other hand,
How do I modded car? Driveaccord
could search other pages that pertain to modding and reference the Drive Accord forums. There are many other ways to help searching. Let's say you want to find pages on front sway bars...searching "front sway bars" will help but will still find pages that contain the words sway or bars, and the majority of threads on this site about sway bars are about the rear ones. So, search:
front sway bars -rear site:driveaccord.net
And Google will exclude pages that contain the word rear, or at least will lower them on the ranking of how relative the page is to your search. Using quotes will search for an exact phrase instead of individual words. Using google will get you a better list.
Hope this helps, and hope it's not been posted before. It would suck to have a thread on searching plastered with USE GOOGLE USE SEARCH.