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Old 06-23-2017, 12:26 PM
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Default Slamming a 5th gen accord (cd5)

hey guys this is my first Accord and already I love the car 😍 But resently I lowered it a really substantial amount lol I slammed the **** out of it and at first I was great but right after my axles started doing this clicking sound but I pretty sure there binding cuz it's not happening when I turn it's alllll the time when I drive straight go fast to slow it just happens all the time so my question to you guys is has any one had any issues slamming there cd5 and the same thing happening? Or is it just me



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Old 06-23-2017, 07:17 PM
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Slamming a car will virtually always ruin axles; replace them and sooner than later the new axles will fail as well.
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