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the only Accord Type R is in England.....the car is a completely different car than yours and i HIGHLY doubt it shares any suspension components with your car......in Japan its called the "accord euro r".....but i honestly dont think you'll be able to use any of the parts since its a different model year and the body style isnt similar at all to yours
 

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junglistgsr said:
the only Accord Type R is in England.....the car is a completely different car than yours and i HIGHLY doubt it shares any suspension components with your car......in Japan its called the "accord euro r".....but i honestly dont think you'll be able to use any of the parts since its a different model year and the body style isnt similar at all to yours
i was thinking the same thing, plus it really wouldnt be a huge advantage except for bragging rights. w/ as much money as you would spend doing an ATR conversion, you could have a badass suspension system just using regular aftermarket parts.
 

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munkeysoup said:

i was thinking the same thing, plus it really wouldnt be a huge advantage except for bragging rights. w/ as much money as you would spend doing an ATR conversion, you could have a badass suspension system just using regular aftermarket parts.
definitely....maybe he wants 5 lug :rolleyes:
 

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yeah, but i need a way to stiffen the spring rate w/o dropping the car, cause im not allowed to lower my Ride (rents said no, and they bought the car for me and they pay for Everything)
type r's are lowered from honda anyways.....if you want a stiffer ride, get some koni yellows and use your stock springs
 

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If you want to stiffen the ride without lowering the car, then ask your "rents" about lowering it just a little bit, like the Neuspeed SofSports. They only lower the car .75" or something like that, and they probably wouldn't even notice that. Or you could get some true coilovers and just make sure that you can keep the car at stock height (ask the manufacturer's of the coilovers).
 
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