tsx ?s

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Asked by Dec 06, 2008 at 06:23 PM about the Acura TSX

Question type: Car Customization

just got a 06 tsx 6spd. I just bought new wheels and the euro accrod front end conversion. Cuz I guess
Thats wat they call it in japan or Europe. But anyway. My ? Is shuld I but a full coilover suspension on it or
shuld I buy springs. I really don't wanna go to crazy wit it I just want a nice stance

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Were it me, I'd leave the ride height at factory specs on that car. Also, you may want to research clearance issues if lowered; are you gonna have to modify the fender well? Are you gonna need an alignment kit to achieve factory alignment specs? After all, this is an Acura luxury vehicle; it ain't an Integra or RSX. Those are realistic issues to consider. That being said, It's a matter of what works best for you Rick. Springs will not give you that adjustability to fine tune the ride height; good thing is, you'll not have to align it as much; and the ride is normally better than coil overs. Coil overs will give you that precise dial in but will require more frequent alignments and generally give a harsher ride. If you go with springs, consider those with a progressive rate. If you go with coil overs, consider a two stage progressive to avoid ride harshness. With either choice though, don't be surprised to lose ride quality.

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i just really want a nice lil stance. not goin to crazy wit fully adjustible coils. just some nice sprins wit a progressive rate and some good shocks. just to give people something to look at when im at a light or parked

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Rick...you're no rookie when it comes to tuning a Honda product. You'll make the right decisions.

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