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Some photos of my 2009 Accord, with my new, 19in, silver ASA AR1 rims. The only thing is that I have the original springs. Will lowering the car a little void my factory warranty? Also, how much should I drop the car without it being too hard of a ride? I don't want the car slammed to the ground. Just about an inch or inch and a half lower.....

What do you guys think?
 

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Up to you, Is this ur DD? If so then Eibach Pro Kits. Or you can do coilovers and adjust it to ur liking.....
 

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What about H&R's?
 

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go with the HFP coilovers if you don't want to void your suspension warranty.
btw i LOVE your rims, i was thinking about picking up the same pair.
 

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^ Agreed. Since you have the V6 I would go with the HFP kit. The Eibach Pro-kit is barely more of a drop than the HFP and with the HFP you get matched shocks. It will look great with those wheels.
 

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if u are looking for a small drop go with the eibach pro kit ...wont void your warranty but honda probably wont love u for it...if u have the cash get the hfp kit
 

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about 2-3 inches....
lol, that sounds like a little too much.


I love your rims especially on that silver coupe! It looks good even without the drop. A drop would make it look even better. I would go with the HFP drop or get coilovers, so you can decide when you get them.
 

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probably about an inch. dont want the tires rubbing when you hit bumps with the 19's plus you dont want it too low, i think an inch would look good its what im doing when i get my 18's
 

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You're not going to rub with 19's... you're not going to rub with anything smaller than 20"s or less if you get the right widths.

Increasing diameter of the wheels = skinnier tires... the overall package is the same diameter... if you get 8" wide wheels with a 55 offset you'll be no worse off than the v6 coupes.
 
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