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  1. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    Hey everyone, I am new to this forum but I really need help with lowering my car. I am new to the car scene but I am trying to figure out a affordable way to lower my car on coilovers. Since the wheels are so thick I will need to do a certain amount of camber to be able to tuck them into the...
  2. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    Hi, I have an 06 4 cyl LX automatic. An alignment with new tires installed resulted in all measurements within range except one. The right rear camber is at -1.533 degrees. The spec is -1.5 to -.5, but the alignment machine flagged it. I called to ask clarifying questions and was told this...
  3. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    I just got my TEIN FLEZ Z today. I need some advice on camber kit. I know i need one because now im running lowering springs and my rear camber is already -2.5. Question is do I need to get a 3 arm camber or just a 2 arm camber kit? Im not gonna drop it all the way tho. I just want to get the...
  4. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    Hi Everyone, Not sure if there is already a thread to this, but I am looking for front camber plates, or something that would work with the Air Lift Performance struts. To get more camber out of the front wheels. I have the Tru Hart Rear Camber kit coming in off of back order. Right now I have...
  5. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    Hey guys, just looking for a little insight on the necessity of rear camber arms. My 7th gen 06 accord is lowered on coilovers (pretty slammed) which naturally gave me a large amount of negative camber in the rear. Shortly after installing them I chewed threw a set of tires in about 1.5k miles...
  6. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    Well my dumbass didn't do much research on wheels before buying them and got 19x10.5 squared now my front wheels poke out a lot. Other than selling the front wheels and blowing off all the good money I spent on them does anyone know how I can make them fit . I'm completely maxed out all the way...
  7. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    I have an 08 accord coupe thats lowered on D2 springs which offer a 2in drop in the front and 1.8in in the rear. Do I have to have a camber kit with this drop? It doesn't seem like I have a lot of camber, but I do have just a little in the rear.
  8. DriveAccord Classifieds
    Looking to buy a SPC 3 piece camber kit for a 2012 Honda Accord coupe. Thanks
  9. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    I just had a set of Tein Street basis put on and I need a camber kit to align the rear wheels. Im not a fan of the **** eyed wheels with tires that dont fit. Anyways with that being said could you guys recommend me something decent? The place i had install my coilovers were trying to charge me...
  10. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    Ok so I got some BBS rims that are 17x8.5 and the Offset are 15.... 8th Gen Accords need high offsets so like at least 40, any suggestions on how to make them fit and what tire sizes are good? Any info will help
  11. The 8th Generation
    It appears that the rear camber is not adjustable? My 2.4 Executive 2009 model is witted with 18 inch wheels on 235/45/R18 Michellins. I have abnormal inside wear on the tires, excessive noise and the vehicle do not steer accurately. I am advised that the rear camber is outside of manufacturer...
  12. The 8th Generation
    2011 Accord V6 on Megan Coils Just got them installed, still have about an inch gap so not slammed by any means. Took it to do an alignment was told that I need a camber kit because my car is too low. Too low? :scratch: i still have plenty of ground clearance and am not even tucked. I know...
  13. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    What is the most aggressive setup you guys have seen on a sedan? Im looking to do a setup really aggressive and just want to see how far i can go with the wheel specs.
  14. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    Does anyone know how to get more camber for the front on the 8thgen sedan? I don't want those aftermarket ball joints. I was wondering if there was aftermarket camber arms that they made for tsx or some acura car that would fit. I know there's a way cause I see these 8thgen sedans from Thailand...
  15. The 7th Generation
    hey i own an 04 accord ex v6 coupe. 6 speed. im looking into buying function and form type 2 coilovers. are they a good choice? any good quality and good ride comfort coils for a good price? also, im looking to go low, not slammed. do i still need camber kits front and rear? and what else do i...
  16. DIY
    I helped a forum friend install a J-Power 3 arm rear camber kit. He recently installed Tien Basic coilovers, and has them set pretty low. So here's how to install the kit, so you can go get an alignment to not only stop chewing up the insides of your tires, but also to be a lot safer on the...
  17. The 7th Generation
    Hey guys, I'm dropping my 07 Accord Sedan on Tanabe DF 210, which provide a 2 inch drop in the front and 1.7 inch drop in the back on Tokico HP Blues, and I was wondering if I needed a Camber Kit both in the front and back? Or can I just get the rear camber kit. I'm leaning toward the Ingalls...
  18. The 6th Generation
    So Bout a month ago, I got into an accident, and it totally mashed up my passenger side wheels. I replaced almost all the parts, and now its pretty good. I have only 2 problems, one being that even though I replaced almost everything suspension on the passenger side front, the tire seems to be...
  19. The 7th Generation
    06 accord 4cyl. 50k miles. Car has pulled left since I bought it 1 year ago. 4 new tires (old tires were worn evenly and normal) didn't change anything. Not a brake pull, car always does it consistently. Tire pressures perfect. Took to alighnment shop, they gave it back and pull is slightly...
  20. Problems & Solutions
    Hi I own a 97 accord. Last year I installed Sustec pro coilovers to adjust the suspension because when I purchased the car it had cut springs and I bounced all over the place and the back end would drift side to side in the rain above 30mph. After installing the coilovers I adjusted to the...
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