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it depends on what your going for really.

If your car is just a daily driver, maybe something else.

If your going show, that will for sure help you.

If your going to race it, road race/autocross, that suspension set up is ten times better than ours.

It's expensive yes, but it's worth it.
 

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00accord said:
there not that much....i think its like 100 each tires. my homies has it on this integ. its like an adapter.
We're not talking about an adapter.

We're talking about a full Type R suspension. LCA's, Springs, Brakes, Rotors, Tie Rods, the whole thang...
 

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00accord: Thanks for asking that question because I was thinking of the same thing.

Is the adapter good enough for the conversion? I am planning on getting my own suspension, rotors, etc. as I go along and able to afford each part.
 

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mastalee said:
00accord: Thanks for asking that question because I was thinking of the same thing.

Is the adapter good enough for the conversion? I am planning on getting my own suspension, rotors, etc. as I go along and able to afford each part.
no problem, i dont think you need to spend all that money just for a 5 lug right? unless you going to show,
 

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00accord: Thank you for reply. I had originally thought this conversion would cost around $1000-1200 for my sol project, now it is reduced to $100-200; that is very good, since I could get other things :)

Now all I need is the sol, man too bad I set this standard not to get a salvage car. I must have ran into 6 VTEC sols for under $5500. :confused:
 

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Ooops

00accord: Did not notice that notice that is was you that I had originally thanked. Hahaha to much school! :p
 
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