.8 and 1.2 are not far off, I wouldn'r worry too much about it. If you did want a kit though you would want a Skunk2 kit. These allow the greatest clearance to the shock tower and are easier to adjust!
I just installed the A-Spec Suspension and A-Spec Wheels and I will definitely be installing a rear camber kit. Comparing my actual alignment specs vs Acura's spec's am at the max on my rear camber (still in within specs but at the max!). I just don't like the look of slanted wheels on the rear! So I will most definitely be ordering the Ingalls kit, makes senses what Marcus says about the ball joints on other kits.
i justt purchased the ht spec type 1 coilovers, when i do get it lowered..down the road, do I need the camber kit? It's going to be my daily car and just want to ride smooth, thats all. all feedback is well appreciated, thanks.
Installed rev 9 hyper 2 Coilovers and when I hit a bump hard enough my front end sounds like it bottomed out and hit a frame or something, raising it seems to help, any tips on how to minimize this? I heard adjusting preload helps
I've been slowly gathering parts for the RL Front, MDX Rotor rear brake setup. Before I attempt the install I wanted to see if anyone has ran the same wheel/brake setup as me. (trying to figure out if i need spacers and whatnot). Thanks in advance.
Enkei RPF1 SBC
Hey guys I'm replacing my shocks at 212k miles and I was considering getting lowering springs. I'm getting OEM replacement shocks (KYB). Im running the stock wheels also for 2008. I'm wondering if anyone has any pics of these set ups? I'd mainly would just like to have a more aggressive stock...
So I hit 140k and my front struts have kicked the bucket. This is my daily but I want a better feel than the unsettling stock setup.
I decided on H+R sport springs, Koni Yellow strut/shock assemblies, Progressive rear sway bar . (Haven't decided if I should do TL-S front sway bar, I...