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Hey guys, been contemplating on what I want to get done to my car, and anything I go to do I do a lot of research and thinking before it happens but heres the scoop:

I want to go with coilovers and I know a lot of you guys are lowered and I have a couple of questions which I'm sure you'll all have opinions on. (the more the better).

1) I'm looking to lower around 2 inches or so at least and I'm in Nova Scotia, Canada where there isn't the best roads in places so I'm looking for the set that will give me the best RIDE. I know I won't have it like stock but I know there are some better then others.
2) I know I'll have to get a camber kit but heres my question. I'm thinking a 3 arm camber kit for the rear. Will I also have to get the camber kit for the front also?

I'm sorry if these are stupid questions or have been asked before but please bear with me. You know I love all of yas! :D
 

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6 Speed
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Nothing?
 

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I had Megan Racing coilovers, while I loved them I wished they were a little more stiffer (spring wise) but I did have 16 levels of dampening on them so I could adjust them as needed. However if I had to do it all over again I would go with the SS series instead of the EZ series I had before.

I did and still would get the Megan Racing rear camber kit because it worked perfectly for every application, was not too expensive, and had absolutely no problem with it at all.

If I wanted to, I could lay frame with the Megans, as well as also maintain an OEM height if wanted to.
 

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I had Megan Racing coilovers, while I loved them I wished they were a little more stiffer (spring wise) but I did have 16 levels of dampening on them so I could adjust them as needed. However if I had to do it all over again I would go with the SS series instead of the EZ series I had before.

I did and still would get the Megan Racing rear camber kit because it worked perfectly for every application, was not too expensive, and had absolutely no problem with it at all.

If I wanted to, I could lay frame with the Megans, as well as also maintain an OEM height if wanted to.
Thanks for the input Russian, I'm glad you gave your input on the Megan coilovers because I've been looking closely into them. They have pillow ball upper mounts but does this actually correct camber both front and back? Thanks again
 

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Yeah I got the Megan racing camber kit for the rear, wasn't too expensive and spc for the front which helped stop rubbing even though it was only by one degree.
I don't think Megan racing makes a front camber kit for our year accord that's why most people either go spc or skunk 2.
 

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Yeah I got the Megan racing camber kit for the rear, wasn't too expensive and spc for the front which helped stop rubbing even though it was only by one degree.
I don't think Megan racing makes a front camber kit for our year accord that's why most people either go spc or skunk 2.
:thmsup: Thanks a million RussianH2O! I'm a noob when it comes to lowering a vehicle. Thanks for the input!
 
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