Accord CL9

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  1. kimae

    kimae 5 Year | Silver

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    Hi there sifus n frens,

    1st....dunno whether I'm in right group or not, i mean since Euro-R only for model CL1 & CL7 while i'm not fall under both models. So if there's any existing CL9 thread over here, maybe somebody could point me to right direction becoz i do got few things to discuss / ask.

    btw....salam perkenalan from me, kimae (zaki) from subang jaya.:burnout:

    cheers....
     
  2. Muhammed

    Muhammed Senior Member
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    How are you Kimae , I am in exactly the Same Boat as you , I have a CL9 too , and they seem to be as Rare as Diamonds Here , Which Model do you have?
     
  3. bien335

    bien335 5 Year | Silver

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    yes, extremely rare Accords.

    A friend of mine wanted to get one as well (from an embassy), but tak jadi amik.

    Both of you driving what variants? 24TL? taiiipu ess? :driver::driver:
     
  4. Muhammed

    Muhammed Senior Member
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    I have a 2.4 Type S , With 6spd Manual Transmission , :driver:
     
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    where did you get this 6MT car? UK? JDM all 5AT if not mistaken..
     
  6. aja

    aja Senior Member
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    Arrange TT among youself lah!!
     
  7. bien335

    bien335 5 Year | Silver

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    muhammed from South Africa?

    :driver::driver::driver:

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    muhammed from South Africa?

    :driver::driver::driver:
     
  8. Muhammed

    Muhammed Senior Member
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    Yip bien . . . One and the same , SADM models came out with a slick shifting 6MT in the accord 2.4 type s
     
  9. kimae

    kimae 5 Year | Silver

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    hi there.....glad to hear there's someone out there finally but yours with 6MT rite, mine still not sure either 24TL or 24t :hmmmm: but with 5AT for certain. So, done anything to ur car?? i mean as i'm thinking to do some modification, start with change the stock 16" to 18" rims, exhaust system + air filter etc...dats why looking for somebody who understand the car better which i could seek advise from. Ur not local so i heard....how long u been in here Muhammed?

    wow....this is surprising!!
     
  10. aja

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    What so surprise for having TT among yourself???

    Wanna join CL7 or CF4 TT can always pm me!
     
  11. Muhammed

    Muhammed Senior Member
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    Hi Kimae

    How are you , I have some Minor mods to date , DownPipe(Decat) To do this u need a Downpipe and a Fooler , The purpose of the fooler is to fool the ECU into thinking that the CAT is still inplace , If you Require any Additional Info with Regards to the CL9 , We have a Dedicated Group in South Africa , That only Discuss the CL9 and would be glad to find any Info on the Car with regards to mods Etc , Couple of Guys have Changed the Complete Exhaust incl the Headers , Some Running Highly Modified Accords, Some with Intake mods , Even a Turbo CL9 if I am not mistaken , So the Knowledge Base is there and I would be more than Happy to Source any Info you desire , PM me with your Requirements , and Check your PM too , as i have no intention of Post Whoring on this Tread :listen:

    Thank You
     
  12. kimae

    kimae 5 Year | Silver

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    hi guys...

    got one thing to ask for ur opinions. Regarding wheels, plan to switch from stock 16" to 18", by logic the car will looks a bit higher (base to ground distance increase). In order for the car to looks sporty, which one is better??...change the whole absorber system to adjustable??, or just replace the spring (thinking of using Eibach).?? Got no ideas actually on hows the car will looks like with both methods.

    thanks...
     
  13. bulet

    bulet Senior Member
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    if u wanna cheaper way, replace the spring only. 18" is high enough to prevent bonggol, lobang etc. i replaced spring on my car, with 215/40/17 tyres i'll sapu all bonggol especially bonggol2 in bangi and hartamas:banghead:....later changed to stock spring and now using adjustable
     
  14. Muhammed

    Muhammed Senior Member
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    A spring should work for you , Eibach is the best bet . Has anyone ever used GAB springs , How do they Compare , are they any good ?
     
  15. kimae

    kimae 5 Year | Silver

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    thanks for the advise bro. I think i'll go for spring 1st, the best price i got so far is at klang....around rm1100 c/w installation. Do u guys have any better recommended place?? :listen:
     
  16. Muhammed

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    Where about in Klang did you get this Price and What would the Price be without installation , Do you perhaps have the Part Number of the Spring they going to Supply , So that we can cross reference with the Eibach Website to be sure that this is the Correct Springs for our Car , You definately do not want to buy a spring that is the wrong one , Apart from being dangerous , It will be very hard to exchange or get a refund once it is supplied and Fitted ;-)
     
  17. kimae

    kimae 5 Year | Silver

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    YEap... definitely agree with u Muhammed. I got this price about 2 months ago, that time during I replacing rims n tyres for my 2nd car. On the part no, unfortunately I didn't went that far on asking about details specs since got no intention to buy it during that moment....juz generally ask Eibach pro-kit for Accord CL9 and that's the price they've mentioned. The price without installation should be rm100 less than total price.

    This place located sumwhere in Jln Kapar, didn't remember exactly the name. But no worries, I will try to get the specs in my follow up visit maybe in three weeks time.
     
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    PRS Sport Service at Pusat Perdagangan Sri Kembangan
     
  19. kimae

    kimae 5 Year | Silver

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    hi bulet

    this PRS Sports Service.....besides the spring we're talking about, any other stuff for Euro over there??

    tq
     
  20. Muhammed

    Muhammed Senior Member
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    THANKS kimae , When you get the Details , I will be interested in purchasing one too, Maybe we can buy together and get an additional discount

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    Thanks for this bulet , will check this out as soon as I pass by this area
     

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