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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-31-2016, 11:03 AM Thread Starter
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Another lowered Pilot

What's up everyone just wanted to share some pics of my lowered 2013 pilot. Mods are:

Modified H&R lowering springs
SPC rear camber arms
RV6 PCD, J Pipe and 3rd Cat delete
OEM window visors
OEM hood deflector
OEM Premium Chrome Running boards
22x9 +38 Giovanna Dalar5 chrome wheels with Falken rubber 265/40/22

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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-31-2016, 11:35 AM
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Very nice!


I'm putting the H&R lowering springs on my Explorer Spot this weekend. You got to love a lowered black car.


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Sharp. How many inches is it lowered? I am ordering a set of Tein Custom Super Racing Coilover next week.
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Sharp. How many inches is it lowered? I am ordering a set of Tein Custom Super Racing Coilover next week.
about 2 and half in the front and 2 in the back. I'm interested in the information on the coilovers would you mind sharing?
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Nice! First I looked and thought - it's so NYC, and then I see you are in Brooklyn. Just watch out for those path holes, them roads are horrible in NYC.

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Not at all. I am getting a set of Tein coilovers made;

TEIN.com: SPECIALIZED DAMPER - PRODUCTS

That are going to be based on Tein's Super Racing Coil overs;

TEIN.com: SUPER RACING - PRODUCTS

Going with just slightly stiffer spring rate than stock. Going to start at about .75" lower than stock and go from there.
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Awesome. If your willing to share the price I would be interested in a set also. Maybe twins would give us a break for ordering together. Send me a message if you have time.

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Not at all. I am getting a set of Tein coilovers made;

TEIN.com: SPECIALIZED DAMPER - PRODUCTS

That are going to be based on Tein's Super Racing Coil overs;

TEIN.com: SUPER RACING - PRODUCTS

Going with just slightly stiffer spring rate than stock. Going to start at about .75" lower than stock and go from there.
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hey guys i am new here, i just bought a 2012 touring
i need this thing lowered
can you guys help me please?

Djzacknyc which kind of H&R lowering springs are you talk about it?
also which kind of modificaition are you talk to?

if there is any other way to lower it please let me know ( i dont like air ride)
thank you

can i see your car in person? ( i am from long island as well

thanks
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Looks amazing! However now you turned your SUV into a station wagon.

2013 Pilot Touring
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hey guys i just bought my H&R, where do you cut the springs on back ( where there is more springs or other side) sorry i cant explain
i am learning english
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Looks good. Nice job.
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hey guys i just bought my H&R, where do you cut the springs on back ( where there is more springs or other side) sorry i cant explain
i am learning english
Daniel--

The springs are wound in opposite directions for right and left sides of the car. The ends of each spring fit into the upper and lower "perches", with the ends of the spring in recesses that are made to hold the ends of the spring. As you remove the old springs from the car, plan on putting the new spring in with the coils in the same direction and you'll be fine.

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Daniel--

The springs are wound in opposite directions for right and left sides of the car. The ends of each spring fit into the upper and lower "perches", with the ends of the spring in recesses that are made to hold the ends of the spring. As you remove the old springs from the car, plan on putting the new spring in with the coils in the same direction and you'll be fine.
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Get the springs installed? Pics?
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Front springs installed with no modification? Rear springs as well?
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