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Old 07-29-2014, 01:37 AM
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tein s tech which spring goes to where

Alright I try googling this problem some people please say the tall spring goes in the back some say tall one goes in the front. I have a 98 prelude sh I bought base model spring and shock I put the tall one in the back. So now I the rear is lower then the front. Is the tall spring suppose to go in the back or front help me put here. Oh I'm running tein s tech with kyb agx btw.

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Old 07-29-2014, 08:15 AM
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Re: tein s tech which spring goes to where

Oh yeah I do have 10 in the back also
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Re: tein s tech which spring goes to where

Did u ever find out which goes were??... Having the exact same problem.... And running the same exact setup now.
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Re: tein s tech which spring goes to where

Tall springs are always go in the rear. If I'm not mistaken its because rear struts are longer.
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Re: tein s tech which spring goes to where

^^^ yep, talls in the rear. Needs the most play because of dynamic loads (trunk and passengers) Shorts are up front to accommodate the engine = shorter has less play / are stiffer
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Re: tein s tech which spring goes to where

Had an accord with tein lowering springs (s. Tech) and the rear sits lower than the front.
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Re: tein s tech which spring goes to where

I've got S Techs on my Project lude and the front only sits higher now that the drive-train is out. ;)

Me thinks someone installed them backwards.
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