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Topic: lowering

  1. #1
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    Alright I was wondering if anyone has lowered one of the 2004 Accords. I have a 2dr V6 6-Speed and lowered it last week and when I got it aligned they said it was good but i look at my rear wheels and they look out still. I was wondering if anyone has lowered theirs and if so do you need a camber or alignment kit to have correct alignment. I used the eibach sportline springs which lower the car 1.4in in the front and 1.9in in the back.

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    his question got me wondering....is it possible to jus lower the back of my car?? any pros/cons to this? cause the way my car sits right now, the front looks good the way it is, its jus the back that could drop a few inches

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    to answer smokin, yeah ANY TIME you lower a car its a very good idea to get a camber kit, no matter how low the drop. 1.4/1.9 isnt a huge drop. but the kit is still needed, simply because you changed the stock height and all the other parts that do with suspension were meant FOR that stock height
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    oh an beachgirl, im not TOO sure if you can lower just the back, but im pretty positive you can. that is if you can find a place that will sell you rear springs only. and buy a rear camber kit.
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    you can lower it yes, but a camber it is recommend. i did my 01 and the back leans in a little. it can be aligned to just about within factory specs.

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