You can get a set of lower springs and better shocks.
$200Cdn for a good set of springs $?? for good shocks
Also you could go with a full set of coilovers.
$1000Cdn for Tein coilovers and $? for good shocks
I would stay away from the off-brand ebay trash.
This newsgroup isn't that great for tuner info. I would checkout
www.hondaswap.com (fourm) or www.honda-tech.com (fourm).
You're in the 12th grade and your writing is that bad?
Let me tell you son, if you applied for a job at my place, I would expect a
far better command of written English than that which you display.
You might think your writing style looks cool, but to anyone older than you
it looks incompetent.
I am sorry, however I side with Jarrett. This is Usenet, anyone who chats
frequently or posts a lot is likely to use short 'terms' (internet slang AKA
abbreviations, a big word I know) to convey messages such as OMHO, or even
FOAD. Unless you are one of his English teachers or checking up on his
college application, let him be.
BTW (a form of abbreviation; for the internet illiterate) He is asking for
advice on lowering a car, not attacks on his grammar or mastery of written
language. Not saying I have never hazed a newbie, however you could answer
his question without attacking him. If you do not know the answer, it may
be advisable not to click 'reply."
dear professor can u right a letter of recommendation 4 me im going to
med school thanx
Just kidding. Speaking of cars with low clearance, I once saw a tow
truck towing away a corvette. As the corvette passed a dip in the
road, the underside scrapped against the road causing metal sparks. If
I was the owner of the car, I'd be upset.
Option #1: Use a forklift to drop a couple of pallets of bricks onto it. To
maximize the lowering effect park the car next to a multi-story
parking garage and drop the bricks onto the car from the upper
level. This is also know as the David Letterman technique.
Option #2: Drive it into a swimming pool. The pool can be wet or dry, your
choice. The car will now be roughly 6-8 feet lower depending on
the particular pool used.
Option #3: Remove wheels. Set car on ground. Total lowering will only be
about 7 inches or so.
I forgot option 4, that is to trust Honda engineers. If you want a tricked
out car, go to USC, get good grades, get a good job, save your money, and
buy an NSX or S2000. An RSX might also be a good option. This is a much
better option than finding a picture of your car, or one just like it, at
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