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Old 04-24-2014, 05:54 PM
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Hi Guys,

I have an 06 accord. Since I bought it (used) I have found that it sways a lot when I make a turn whether it's sharp or not. Anyone else have that problem?

I also hear some noises near the back tires. It's not my brakes because I recently had those changed And my boyfriend and I concluded that it was the springs. So if that's the case, I'm hoping to swap out the springs for some coilovers in hopes of solving both problems. Any recommendations? I realize that there are plenty threads on coilovers however, since I don't plan on slamming my car do you guys have any recommendations that are a decent price for both issues? Anything helps.


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Welcome pearness

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You can pick up the front and rear TL Type S anti-roll bars and D bushings at your local Acura dealer for under $200, that will greatly increase roll stiffness while leaving your car at stock height. Be a whole lot cheaper than going with coilovers.
 
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Old 04-27-2014, 12:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Pearness View Post
Hi Guys,

I have an 06 accord. Since I bought it (used) I have found that it sways a lot when I make a turn whether it's sharp or not. Anyone else have that problem?

I also hear some noises near the back tires. It's not my brakes because I recently had those changed And my boyfriend and I concluded that it was the springs. So if that's the case, I'm hoping to swap out the springs for some coilovers in hopes of solving both problems. Any recommendations? I realize that there are plenty threads on coilovers however, since I don't plan on slamming my car do you guys have any recommendations that are a decent price for both issues? Anything helps.


Thanks
When I bought my used 2001 Accord I noticed rear end noise and an alarming wiggle or sway when I'd enter a turn; ended up being a rear hub with bearings so worn I could wobble the wheel back and forth.
 
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Old 04-28-2014, 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Scottwax View Post
You can pick up the front and rear TL Type S anti-roll bars and D bushings at your local Acura dealer for under $200, that will greatly increase roll stiffness while leaving your car at stock height. Be a whole lot cheaper than going with coilovers.

Thanks for the recommendation! What year Acura TL type S anti-roll bars and D bushings do you recommend?
 
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Old 04-28-2014, 02:15 PM
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Originally Posted by shipo View Post
When I bought my used 2001 Accord I noticed rear end noise and an alarming wiggle or sway when I'd enter a turn; ended up being a rear hub with bearings so worn I could wobble the wheel back and forth.


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Originally Posted by Pearness View Post
Thanks for the recommendation! What year Acura TL type S anti-roll bars and D bushings do you recommend?
2007 TL-S 27 mm solid front bar is 51300-SEP-A21
TL-S 20 mm solid rear bar is 52300-SEP-A11

You can either get the OE D bushings from the dealer when you order, or get urethane D bushings (which compress less and make the bars respond to lean more quickly through Energy Suspension. Get the proper bushings for the diameter of the bars.
 
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