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Your suspension IF I remember correctly its double wishbone's all around. I think you can masuk in EG/EK coilovers. Go slam the car, get proper wheels and stance it la haha.

Negative camber on standard height cars look downright retarded.
 

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HAHA okok tq:biggrin:

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Your suspension IF I remember correctly its double wishbone's all around. I think you can masuk in EG/EK coilovers. Go slam the car, get proper wheels and stance it la haha.

Negative camber on standard height cars look downright retarded.
mine car adjustable is so expensive ahhhh -_-:biggrin:
 

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A little google can give you a lot of reference








actually, once you lowered your ride, your rear will automatically camber.. same goes to honda stream, odyssey, accord, perdana and other cars.. the rear will automatically camber..

Here's a thread about stanced crv..

Stanced CRV
 

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A little google can give you a lot of reference








actually, once you lowered your ride, your rear will automatically camber.. same goes to honda stream, odyssey, accord, perdana and other cars.. the rear will automatically camber..

Here's a thread about stanced crv..

Stanced CRV

change spring or cut spring better if lowered ? adjustable ? ummmmm any comment bout this ?:confused:
 

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go for adjustable....easy to play2 with ride height setting...

even tough it was the more expensive option..but later if u want to change setting no need headache to replace springs/workmanship....

can adjust height using tool supplied DIY
 

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Yeah, don't understand why people think such negative camber looks good in the first place. It looks more like a broken car and it's indeed breaking/damaging the car without any positive aspect what so ever!
Haha..guys, play nice la. Looks are subjective. For some people, looks>function.
 

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Haha..guys, play nice la. Looks are subjective. For some people, looks>function.
Hehehe, I'm playing nice what, just trying to make the guy thinks more/wisely before doing damaging stuff to his ride which he might regret later. Simple example is upgrading to giant size rims with waffer thin tires, and lowering the ride to such extreem, some even still cut springs. Many did not realize the conseqeunce untill they try and then regretted later, but too late already since so much money already burn. End up reselling the stuff and suffering huge losses in the process. Even worse, those who modified the car body to such extreem until it's very difficult to use and in the end cannot even sell it anymore, just become a pile of junk. :biggrin:

My point is because looks is so subjective, then why sacrifice so much for it? You can think it looks nice but many can also think it looks bad and even worse can actually laugh/make fun at it. Unless you don't care what other people think, but I believe those who sacrifice so much to 'improve' the look mostly do that so that other think they're cool also, and I think nobody likes to be laught at, right? I'd rather spend for something that's really useful, or if it's just to improve looks than something that will improve the looks but at the same time does not scarifice the functionality (or better yet also improve the functionality). Some think in order to look good have to sacrifice the function which IMHO is not really true. Have to try balance out between the 2.

But yeah, if one really desires to do those stuff then so be it. It's his/her ride & money and 'enjoyment/pain' anyway, as long as they realize what they're getting into and not regret later. If got deep pockets, then that will help a lot! :biggrin:
 
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Well I've seen a wira or waja can't remember exactly rear wheels with almost 45 degrees running on d road.....its an eye-sore to others but not with him eventually :thefinger:
 

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Well I've seen a wira or waja can't remember exactly rear wheels with almost 45 degrees running on d road.....its an eye-sore to others but not with him eventually :thefinger:
not to mention old estima also did that.... :biggrin:


goodluck for them to change tyre every 3months
 

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