Most of the suspension components on the 10th gen civic are the same parts used on the 10th gen accord.Here lies the problem; only one company manufactures adjustable end links: Godspeed. Most companies are concentrating all their design efforts into the 10th Gen Civic. Case in point, Eibach makes a front sway bar and lowering springs for the 10th Gen Accord; however, they do not make end links for the aforementioned parts. I do not understand the thought process behind this thinking.
I asked Eibach if any of the other parts (excluding the rear sway bar) for the 10th gen civic would work on the accord; they told me no. I wanted to have all Eibach contol arms and end links; but Godspeed seems to be ahead of the game in this aspect. Thank you for the help everybody.Most of the suspension components on the 10th gen civic are the same parts used on the 10th gen accord.
were the god speed ones longer then oem? I just lowered my car on coilovers and the rear is fine but im riding on stock ride height because the front endlinks werent long enough to my coilovers.Anybody know the torque spec on the front end sway links? Just picked up Godspeed ones