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Old 06-27-2012, 09:32 PM
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94-01 integra springs

i have some 94-01 integra skunk 2 coil springs i picked up for 50$. can i use em on my lude?
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Re: 94-01 integra springs

Possibly, but you will need Tokico struts. The factory replacement struts will blow out if you ride lowered.
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Re: 94-01 integra springs

You both need a kick to the balls. No, they won't work. Even if they fit dimensionally, don't expect them to handle the weight of a Prelude.
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Re: 94-01 integra springs

give it a try. i think you might have some noises but it wont hurt. so give it a try and see how it is and let us know whats up.
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Re: 94-01 integra springs

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Possibly, but you will need Tokico struts. The factory replacement struts will blow out if you ride lowered.
im lowered on stock shocks, but only around 1.25" not a lot but its the max you can go without blowing them, just waiting for my tokico blues to arrive..
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Re: 94-01 integra springs

Yeah give it a try...your lude if it's a 3rd gen is 2337 lb and that year teg is 2,643 lb. All i have to say is if it was me i'd use the right springs
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Re: 94-01 integra springs

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You both need a kick to the balls. No, they won't work. Even if they fit dimensionally, don't expect them to handle the weight of a Prelude.
Possibly, since my lude is riding 1/2" drop on Integra-compatible adjustable springs + Tokico struts.

Anyway, the lude handles way better now than it ever did. I also have Prothane bushings and the ESP Traction bar. Exotic alignment by Kauffmen.

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It's like this around a turn:
1-2-3-4-4-5-6-78-9-9-10-10

It will hit oversteer if I drop the front another 1/2 inch and keep my foot out of the gas.

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Re: 94-01 integra springs

spring rates on a (4thgen)prelude is 12kg in the front and 8 kg in the rear on skunk2
were civic/integra ones are i think 10kg front and 8 kg rear

it might work it wil just be saggy in the front
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Re: 94-01 integra springs

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Yeah give it a try...your lude if it's a 3rd gen is 2337 lb and that year teg is 2,643 lb. All i have to say is if it was me i'd use the right springs
I don't know where you got that information, but stock 3rd gens range from the lightest at 2566 lbs (88-90 S, manual tranny) to the heaviest at 2725 lbs (90/91 Si, auto tranny. not sure if this includes 4ws). These numbers come from www.prelude3g.com (MustardCat's website).
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Re: 94-01 integra springs

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Yeah give it a try...your lude if it's a 3rd gen is 2337 lb and that year teg is 2,643 lb. All i have to say is if it was me i'd use the right springs
yeah...swap the numbers.
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Re: 94-01 integra springs

YEA YOU CAN USE THEM. THIS GUY USED INTEGRA SPRINGS ON HIS PRELUDE. LOOKS GOOD, GO FOR IT


















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Re: 94-01 integra springs

^^^^HAHAHAHA I wouldn't even have bought them.
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Re: 94-01 integra springs

THAT GUYS SPRINGS WERE COMPRESSED AS FUK
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Re: 94-01 integra springs

i have alot pulled so my weight gonna be less than that. i figyred it wasnt bad price for skunk 2. i will deff let yall know how they handle.
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Tis why adjustable is... adjustable.
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Re: 94-01 integra springs

They will work, but I dont recommend them.

I say save the money and then come talk to me about getting some Ksport Kontrol Pro's, becasue those will be the best bang for your buck in quality suspension.

I worked with Ksport to produce them, and they did a great job.

Night and day in comparison to ground control tokico blue setup by the way.

These were the first gen, the second gen are now Black and Orange.
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Re: 94-01 integra springs

The Ksports are great, and unless you have a magic touch with setting up Tokicos on adjustables, the Ksports are the easiest way to go.
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