Thanks hachiroku. I was thinking the same thing - all it needs now is just to be lowered. I can't wait till my H&R springs come in.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by hachiroku:
Nice rims, Nemogira. I want them !
Now all you need is the suspension system.
Yes the tires DO stick out (a little). I'll try to take a closer pic once the van is down. You see, right now I about to paint the brake components and the van is currently tilted in the air. So, I guess we'll have to see how goes with the H&R's. But I'm not too worried because this setup is identical to my friend's. He's had it on his Ody since 99 and had no problems whatsoever.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by hgani:
Nice wheels, Nemogira. The wheels' color seems to match the body color.
Looking at your last picture though, seems like the tires would rub the fender when you lower the car. The outer edges of the tires seem to be right under the fender lips, are they?
How much did he lower it by. I know some Acura TL owmers with some H&Rs (with the same drop) and they didn't need a camber kit or new shocks. But then again I'm talking about two different vehicles. Also, the place where I order mine said H&R were still in the process of testing/developing. That was like a week or two ago. Don't know if it's true or not. All I know is I don't have my springs yet.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by PDM:
The tires will "camber" in normally as you lower the van.... which leads to the next question... Since there is no rear camber adjustment, does this mean we have to custom make a rear upper camber adjustment when lowering the van ? I know of a local 99 Ody owner that had his own springs made, and had to make a custom rear upper camber adjusting arm/bolt to correct excess negative rear camber.
ps... Darn H&R still hasn't got the springs yet as of last week...... wonder if they are waiting for enough orders or not ? I'm not installing my 18"s until I get the van lowered.</font>