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Old 03-18-2004, 02:31 PM   #7606
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So when you gettin Alex an EVO? I saw you guys checking out John's new car
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So when you gettin Alex an EVO? I saw you guys checking out John's new car
As soon as he pops 20Gs in my hand, and he can finance the rest. That would be in about 10 years.
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Old 03-18-2004, 08:27 PM   #7609
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Eibach prices:
Sportline (lowers 1.9" front and 1.4" rear) $190.00
Pro-Kit (lowers 1.2" front and 1.3" rear) $229.00

No listing from them on the sway bars for an 03-04 yet. Let me know if you find anything cheaper.
Every time I ask someone on how much it lowers it. I get a different answer. I checked on the Eibach site and the Pro is supposed to lower the front more than the rear. I think it was 1.6 and the rear 1.2. Could you confirm that? Otherwise it will look worse. The front gap is at least a 1/2 higher already. Neuspeed Springs drop it 1.5" F and 1" R. H&R Springs are 1.5"F and 1.3"R.

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Those are the drops that the Eibach book lists but I can call my rep tomorrow and ask him for sure.
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Old 03-19-2004, 08:14 AM   #7611
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Those are the drops that the Eibach book lists but I can call my rep tomorrow and ask him for sure.
I think it may be wrong, check it out and let me know?
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I noticed the same thing when I was looking at springs, everyone has a different spec for them. I have a feeling the #'s eibach lists are the immediate drop, but then the spring will settle and lower another 1/2" or so.
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Every time I ask someone on how much it lowers it. I get a different answer. I checked on the Eibach site and the Pro is supposed to lower the front more than the rear. I think it was 1.6 and the rear 1.2. Could you confirm that? Otherwise it will look worse. The front gap is at least a 1/2 higher already. Neuspeed Springs drop it 1.5" F and 1" R. H&R Springs are 1.5"F and 1.3"R.
Russ-My eibach rep. told me that the listing in my book is a typo that they didn't notice. It should be a 1.4" F and 1.2" R. He also said that the drop will not settle anymore than that. Also that it will stay the same drop from the time you lower it til the time you decide to sell the car many years down the road.
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James..

what can I do to tune my 04 Honda Odyssey?
Wing West Body Kit?

Is this Real Car tuning section?

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Old 03-19-2004, 12:45 PM   #7615
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Russ-My eibach rep. told me that the listing in my book is a typo that they didn't notice. It should be a 1.4" F and 1.2" R. He also said that the drop will not settle anymore than that. Also that it will stay the same drop from the time you lower it til the time you decide to sell the car many years down the road.
Thanks James, I will talk to you later.
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i'll be out at Speedworld tomorrow to get some asphalt in.
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James..

what can I do to tune my 04 Honda Odyssey?
Wing West Body Kit?

Is this Real Car tuning section?

Try a GM ls1 swap and rear wheel drive. That's a start.
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Old 03-20-2004, 03:54 PM   #7618
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anyone got a basic setup for cgm on ashfault please?
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anyone got a basic setup for cgm on ashfault please?
http://www.yatabearena.com/settingsheet/index.html
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Its in japenese.
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