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Old 01-08-2019, 11:13 PM   #1
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I need a third opinion..

I'm at odds between my mechanic who installed my Coilovers a few months ago saying I'd need shorter tie rod ends for when I lower the car in the summer, and told me to get these , and my tuner friend who saying I'm going to get bad bumpsteer and that I should keep it stock and get camber kits.

Right now my car is a little lower than the stock ride height but it still made do with the tie rod ends that came with the coilovers, he told me these will be useless when I would lower it.

However, before installing the coilovers I was on skunk2 springs and would get clunks when turning the steering wheel, it's gone now (just a little fyi)


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What kind of suspension is it. Not sure what the mechanic is talking about. Definitely do get the rear camber kits though, so your alignment will be proper

If you hear clicking while driving or turning that means your tie rods need replacing. The clunking noise comes from the suspension
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What kind of suspension is it. Not sure what the mechanic is talking about. Definitely do get the rear camber kits though, so your alignment will be proper
negative camber can improve grip when cornering. But you will go thru tires quicker

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If you hear clicking while driving or turning that means your tie rods need replacing. The clunking noise comes from the suspension
clicking can also be from bad endlinks on the swaybar
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Best thing to do get under the car and start looking at all your suspension and steering parts make sure everything is tight and check all the bushings your self you will know if one is bad etc
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What kind of suspension is it. Not sure what the mechanic is talking about. Definitely do get the rear camber kits though, so your alignment will be proper

If you hear clicking while driving or turning that means your tie rods need replacing. The clunking noise comes from the suspension
As of yet it's the stock suspension, I haven't done anything. RSX use Macpherson if thats what you are asking.

My car has rear camber kits on so i'm not worried about the back.

As for the clicking, it went away when my mechanic took out the lowering springs and replaced it with Godspeed Coilovers. It would be kind of like a clunking sound when you turn the wheel at low speeds but when going faster it would disappear


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negative camber can improve grip when cornering. But you will go thru tires quicker


clicking can also be from bad endlinks on the swaybar
Swaybar bushings at the back need replacing, as for endlinks, I'm not sure

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Best thing to do get under the car and start looking at all your suspension and steering parts make sure everything is tight and check all the bushings your self you will know if one is bad etc
The main problem I have is my mechanic saying I need these short tie rod ends because when lowering the car it would be too long.

My friend said I'd get bad bump steer if I do however he tells me to get front camber kit.

Should I take it to another mechanic for a look?
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If you go low enough the tie rod ends can run out of threads. One of mine doesn't need them, the other the previous owner installed them. This one I can't get a low profile jack under, so I may not want to go that low anyway. Better coilers come with camber plates on the front. So much is written, so much is myth and so much is true. As low as I am, I don't notice any ill handling effects. I've read about bumpsteer, but not sure if it will effect my lap time to the grocery store. Even then, that gets argued about. For a track car, sure. I'd figure how low you going to go and the coil overs first. Anything is possible and they all come with positives and negatives. A good looking drop doesn't require new rod ends, but good looking is subjective.
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If you go low enough the tie rod ends can run out of threads. One of mine doesn't need them, the other the previous owner installed them. This one I can't get a low profile jack under, so I may not want to go that low anyway. Better coilers come with camber plates on the front. So much is written, so much is myth and so much is true. As low as I am, I don't notice any ill handling effects. I've read about bumpsteer, but not sure if it will effect my lap time to the grocery store. Even then, that gets argued about. For a track car, sure. I'd figure how low you going to go and the coil overs first. Anything is possible and they all come with positives and negatives. A good looking drop doesn't require new rod ends, but good looking is subjective.

My coilovers have the pillowball mounts etc

I'm looking for a 2.5" to 3" drop as the front is still pretty high.

I won't be literately "slamming" my car to the ground, just want it lower than what my skunk2 springs was
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negative camber can improve grip when cornering. But you will go thru tires quicker


clicking can also be from bad endlinks on the swaybar
Never thought about that. You learn something new everyday. Ive never had a car with bad endlinks, however I think its because I always buy a bigger sway bar with new endlinks lately for my cars
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My coilovers have the pillowball mounts etc

I'm looking for a 2.5" to 3" drop as the front is still pretty high.

I won't be literately "slamming" my car to the ground, just want it lower than what my skunk2 springs was
That's getting into shorter tie rod territory.
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I want to clarify something here, please correct me if I'm wrong.

Tie rods are for setting tow.

When your car is at stock ride height, the tie rod ends are relatively horizontal with the ground.

When you raise up the car, dropping the hubs down lower, the tie rods are no longer horizontal and are now pointing down. This brings in the tow, as the distance from the steering rack and a straight hub is now longer.

When you drop the car, the same thing happens. The tie rods are no longer horizontal and are now pointing upwards. This again brings in the tow for the same reason as above.

So in either case, you would need extended tie rods. There is only so much thread on the steering rack. You need, at least, the diameter of the steering rack thread screwed into the tie rod.
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I want to clarify something here, please correct me if I'm wrong.

Tie rods are for setting tow.

When your car is at stock ride height, the tie rod ends are relatively horizontal with the ground.

When you raise up the car, dropping the hubs down lower, the tie rods are no longer horizontal and are now pointing down. This brings in the tow, as the distance from the steering rack and a straight hub is now longer.

When you drop the car, the same thing happens. The tie rods are no longer horizontal and are now pointing upwards. This again brings in the tow for the same reason as above.

So in either case, you would need extended tie rods. There is only so much thread on the steering rack. You need, at least, the diameter of the steering rack thread screwed into the tie rod.
These are what my mechanic told me to buy when i'd lower the car, would these solve the problem?

Also it seems clear that I don't need front camber kits, am i right?
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These are what my mechanic told me to buy when i'd lower the car, would these solve the problem?
That's opposite what I was thinking, so I'm looking for an explanation. I see threads stating both, needing longer or needing shorter tie rods.
Are you increasing camber as well? That might be the reason for shorter tie rods

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That's opposite what I was thinking, so I'm looking for an explanation. I see threads stating both, needing longer or needing shorter tie rods.
Are you increasing camber as well? That might be the reason for shorter tie rods
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or you can go with reverse tie rod ends
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normal tie rod end is on top

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These are what my mechanic told me to buy when i'd lower the car, would these solve the problem?

Also it seems clear that I don't need front camber kits, am i right?
No need as long as your suspension has camber plates. If they dont have them them you can buy cheap camber bolts. depends how low your dropping the front though
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No need as long as your suspension has camber plates. If they dont have them them you can buy cheap camber bolts. depends how low your dropping the front though

i dont have camber plates, just the pillow ball adjustability atop the coilover
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I want to clarify something here, please correct me if I'm wrong.

Tie rods are for setting tow.

When your car is at stock ride height, the tie rod ends are relatively horizontal with the ground.

When you raise up the car, dropping the hubs down lower, the tie rods are no longer horizontal and are now pointing down. This brings in out? the tow, as the distance from the steering rack and a straight hub is now longer. Shorter?

When you drop the car, the same thing happens. The tie rods are no longer horizontal and are now pointing upwards. This again brings in out? the tow for the same reason as above.

So in either case, you would need extended tie rods. There is only so much thread on the steering rack. You need, at least, the diameter of the steering rack thread screwed into the tie rod.
I think what you say makes sense but the solution is the opposite to what you're thinking, because if you bend them "longer" wouldn't you need to thread in more to resolve the tow? This is why you'd eventually need shorter tie rods, once you run out of threading them in. Maybe? I speak with little experience but just thinking about the situation (and why K_Tuned offers shorter ones)
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Simple, if you lower the car, the suspension swivels in a bit as it travels on an arc--double wishbone doesn't do this, single rsx pivot does. If you keep the same setting, your car will toe in as it pushes on the backside of the strut. As you lower you need to adjust inward to get correct toe back out. If you go too low you need a shorter inner rod or shorter tie end. Moderate lowering is fine, but past a point--you'd know because you can't get enough toe out, you need shorter something.
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Simple, if you lower the car, the suspension swivels in a bit as it travels on an arc--double wishbone doesn't do this, single rsx pivot does. If you keep the same setting, your car will toe in as it pushes on the backside of the strut. As you lower you need to adjust inward to get correct toe back out. If you go too low you need a shorter inner rod or shorter tie end. Moderate lowering is fine, but past a point--you'd know because you can't get enough toe out, you need shorter something.
exactly what I was thinking, but said so much better!
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So the other thing is, you'll get some neg camber as you lower. The rear seems more than the front. I didn't notice much up front but the back had more, perhaps a tighter pivot, or the rear strut was lower. They are Ksport and maybe I just didn't lower the front as much, looked fine as these normally look lower in the back, or maybe like me, the front should go down a bit? My new one came with F&F and is low. The previous needed shorter rod ends and it rubs here and there even rolled.
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