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  1. nicko
    02-17-2011 06:04 AM
    hey man, where have you been? still have the old cb? i miss the g-square
  2. nicko
    01-11-2011 05:26 AM
    man the floodings serious, hope you guys are alright. arent you near brissie? take care mate
  3. OCEAN
    03-14-2010 11:25 AM
    sup cam
    new to CB7 & was looking at your DIY'S ROH and I am wondering if there was any other hub that will work too or the just the 98 CL hub? will 97 work also?
  4. YOanthony
    12-15-2009 05:57 PM
    Yes. >.< hahah. I heard from a few people on here that there aren't many of us.
  5. YOanthony
    12-15-2009 05:54 PM
    I'm in South Australia. There's no one from South Australia, I swear.
    What's OzAccord?
  6. YOanthony
    12-15-2009 05:40 PM
    Hey! I'm Anthony! I see that you also live in Australia? :o
  7. JTEK24
    07-07-2009 10:51 PM
    Im working on the Matlab now, I need some help please
  8. nicko
    06-14-2009 09:13 PM
    Ive never come across that site before. Ill join up thanks man. btw. im only apart of Ozhonda just for social reasons... disappointed about the CB numbers.
  9. Cam
    06-04-2009 11:41 PM
    Gees. Sounds like a bit of stuffing around. Good to hear about king springs though. I had +42 16's with 205's and didn't have any issues with scrubbing. How big are your wheels? You may be lower than me too. Mine isn't super low anymore. UCA was hitting the fender too much. You should join ozaccord forums. Small community that just got going again but its nice to not have all the ozh idiots around.
  10. nicko
    06-04-2009 09:00 PM
    working with jeff atm to get the suspension right. had those skunk2 springs all round but the rears were not captive and popped in and out everytime i came into the driveway. in any case the ride was too stiff and after any good drive my back and neck would start to hurt. we decided to replace the rears with supposedly lowered king springs but it propped my car back up to stock height even when we spun the skunk2 coils onto the lowest perch. was then ripped off by a shop here who instead of heating and compressing them ended up cutting them. so dodgy. anyway jeff went straight to king springs directly and organised with a rep that my rears be replaced and modified to a lowered 1.5 inches properly all free of charge. king spring customer service is outstanding. courier came to pick them up yesterday and they were sent to gold coast. cant wait to get them back. cars like a funnycar at the moment sitting in my garage with the rear end up in the air as it was easier to put the stock springs back while we wait.
    in terms of whats next on the list: im riding on 225's at the moment and the front rubs when im in full lock so ill probably get the rubbers replaced for the front two. still even then not sure if 205's will fix the problem as i reckon its all about the offset. got these rims off jeffs ck accord and he says the offset is +43. in terms of the front suspension.. its perfect. on red konis and coilovers are spun to its lowest and the skunk2 springs are captive.

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