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Old 04-09-2015, 11:27 AM   #11
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Yonaka coilovers for tsx and accord front forks can be done for $600
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Old 04-09-2015, 11:31 AM   #12
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Yonaka coilovers for tsx and accord front forks can be done for $600
Ok, I'll look into these as well.
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Old 04-12-2015, 05:48 PM   #13
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Yonaka coilovers for tsx and accord front forks can be done for $600
Would like to also try this asap
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Koni Reds Adjustable One Pieces...I have em. I have them in the stiffest setting front and rear and my god am I in heaven when I put that thing through its paces.

And my car is Low. There is quite literally only an inch and a half of clearance between the top of my tire and fender not once have they bottomed out.

Turn in response is very good.
Body roll has been halved and I haven't even installed my sways
Doesn't plow in turns
weight transfer is gradual and predictable
Balanced nicely even on uneven pavement.


I'd suggest them. Especially if you're on a budget.
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Sounds awesome this is biggest weakness on mine left.

How much and part #s?
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How much and part #s?
They are about 500 plus tax...I'll see if I can locate the part number but it isn't to hard to find on Google, also keep in mind that there are two versions a sport and a higher Tier model. The sport is adjustable but it only allows dampening (rebound) whole the other allows for adjustment on both compression and rebound which is the set I have. Both allow for a 1-3" drop in height, the fully adjustable units are about 600 and tax.
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They are about 500 plus tax...I'll see if I can locate the part number but it isn't to hard to find on Google, also keep in mind that there are two versions a sport and a higher Tier model. The sport is adjustable but it only allows dampening (rebound) whole the other allows for adjustment on both compression and rebound which is the set I have. Both allow for a 1-3" drop in height, the fully adjustable units are about 600 and tax.
Really! Yea this sounds way more legit than a hack job w tsx/accord forks
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Using different forks does not make it a hack job. Cutting springs is a hack job.
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I was pretty sure almost all the "30 way adjustable" solutions are produced by the same source: only customizations like color, etc. differentiate the various vendors. KSport was just sorta the first vendor to sell the product and, so far as I know, were the most readily available (including several group buys)

The KSports were quite popular and Many have run them. They're not the most reliable product on the market (damper failures and other issues were not unheard of) but they're pretty much the only option.
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