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V6ers,
Been looking around and researching about the drop for my car.. most people recommend coilovers (Tein, Apexi..) while others recommend spirngs/shocks combo (Koni Yellows, Toxico Illuminas, etc..) So im wondering what is the best one and from your experience u think should be good set up for Accord coupe..
 

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UCRaccordV6 said:
full coilover is better for sure, but a good spring shock combo is good too and a lil cheaper. i got pro kit and koni yellows but i wish i got the full suspension instead
how much of a drop u have? So the reason u re saying that u wanted a full suspension is because of the package? or the cost?
 

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For most people a full coilover system isn't necessary. I would look into a spring shock combo, like Koni or KYB shocks and a good set of springs.

How low of a drop do you want?
 

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2 inches.. or so. I dont want the chassis to be scraped when ill be driving low.
 

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exkgb said:


how much of a drop u have? So the reason u re saying that u wanted a full suspension is because of the package? or the cost?
well mostly is becuz i could adjust the height of the car. for sure my pro kit 1.5 drop is not low enough but the ride quality is great. im not complaining that they are bad just i want to have it lower. a good shock and spring combo is good tooo
 

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Spings/shocks is the good way to drop ur car if u know how much of a drop they would give.. And the ride would be comfortable. Coilovers would provide an adjustability with height so u can pick out the height of the car. In your accords, what set up do u have and how the ride is? Post up ur comments.
 
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