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Old 01-21-2012, 02:15 PM
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So, its been a while since I have been on this site....I believe last time was when it was still called Acura-cl.com lol.

Anyhow, I will be buying a 3.2 TL here soon and have been trying to find out what springs I can run on it since everything everyone says is all about the 2.5. Don't tell me GC's please because I already have a car that handles pretty damn well, I just want a better handle/smoothness/lowered a bit.

Any input would be awesome.
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Old 01-22-2012, 03:39 PM
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All these views and not one reply? There is a DIY for rear springs for the 3.2 but nothing on the front. What springs were used on the rear or anything close to comparable for these?
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Old 01-23-2012, 07:15 AM
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I used JDM UA3-specific, so I'm not sure what other springs would fit. They're very stiff, but still rode nicely before the shocks blew.

Unfortunately I didn't take them off the car for sale, so sorry.

~Cheers~

P.S. IIRC, you could use a Legend shock/spring combo with the TL's fork, so maybe that would where to look.

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Originally Posted by bkmc24 View Post
All these views and not one reply? There is a DIY for rear springs for the 3.2 but nothing on the front. What springs were used on the rear or anything close to comparable for these?
those rs*r springs from japan. had to buy them since eibach discounted there springs and i didnt want to go for GC. so bought from japan instead..it was worth it but pricey..blah

dont go90go have have extra springs?
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At the exchange rate it's not really worth it. A new set of Espelirs costs $350 locally, plus international freight.

I don't have extra springs at the moment, though.

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