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does the comptech integra sway bar fit a 92-95 civic hatch si??

 
Old 09-28-2004, 12:09 AM
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I was looking on comptech and they didn't have one for my year. I wanna go comptech but i'm not sure what to get. does anybody have any suggestions so i could hang faster turns. I already got a neuspeed strut in front and i'm gonna lower it for sure.
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https://honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1004518
there you go hope that helps
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dont waste the money on the comptech.
get the itr 23mm rear sway its only 100 bucks from password jdm
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Old 09-29-2004, 10:38 PM
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thanx for the great suggestion. Does the sway bar require any drilling? What ways are the Jdm sway better than the comptech sway besides the price. I do want the <U>best</U> If the two sways are pretty equal in quality ofcourse I'll go with the cheaper one but i do want the best. thankx
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well 92-95 civics rear lca's did not come predrilled with swaybar mounting holes, so you'd have to drill them or swap the lca's out for teg lca's.

suspension techniques swaybars however, mount to the bottom of the shock, so you dont have to drill.
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personally, i'd suggest using the comptech. save your subframe from ripping out like mine did. bigger isn't always better. the comptech is a very nice piece that i wish i would have had.
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Default Re: does the comptech integra sway bar fit a 92-95 civic hatch si?? (filinese47)

would i be able to put a suspension techniques sway bar on if i use i lower my car with Teins.
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Default Re: does the comptech integra sway bar fit a 92-95 civic hatch si?? (filinese47)

i've never heard of clearance issues with swaybars because of certain coilovers
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and dude if i get comptech then i have to change to the itr thingy.$$$and Time and drilling
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Default Re: does the comptech integra sway bar fit a 92-95 civic hatch si?? (filinese47)

My 95 CX has teg front lca's. i know a teg sway bar will fit, i'm guessing a 92-95 civic si front sway bar will fit the same just want verification. anybody know for sure? thanks.
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swap your EH LCA's to Integra non-ITR LCA's to bypass the drilling. do you have the tie bar that comes with the combo? if so, that's the way to go...
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i drilled my old ones, the only problem with that is you have to make sure your cars rear end is completely level or it could mess things up. i would suggest getting integra LCAs
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couldnt u just get aftermarket LCA's like omni's and it would work? or will you still be required to drill?
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by egcoupe94 &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">couldnt u just get aftermarket LCA's like omni's and it would work? or will you still be required to drill?</TD></TR></TABLE>

i would also like to know about this?
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most aftermarket rear lower control arms come with a pre drilled mounting hole for the sway bar.. all you gotta do is look at a picture of the control arms to see if there are 3 mounting holes.. and thats it.. i have yet to see an aftermarket control arm that doesnt have a spot for a rear sway bar.. i like wicked tunings rear control arms, because they have rebuildable bushings... which is always a good thing..
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aftermarket lcas have mounting points for sway bars but are definitly not worth the money.. just get some integra lcas at a junk yard and save yourself the money... unless of course you can spend the extra money and get some nice lookiing aftermarket ones... its really up to how much u want to spend and if u want the bling look..

as far as sway bars go... i took a tour of the eibach factory and i can tell you that they have tested out numberous bars on some crazy machine that bends them to test the rigidity of the bars and yes... bigger is not always better...

the comptech setup is very nice and i know a friend who runs it and he is very happy with it. The ITR bar is a very good piece if its oem but just be weary if u but it on without a subframe reinforcement because it will tear your subframe especially if u dont have really high spring rates to match with the bar.. goodluck

my vote is for comptech or ASR
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eeejay you've got it backwards-

Subframe tearout is more likely to happen when a larger diameter sway bar is used in conjunction with high spring rates, not low spring rates.
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so what about 600 lb springs with gsr stock bar?
How likely is this to tear out the sub frame?
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Default Re: does the comptech integra sway bar fit a 92-95 civic hatch si?? (filinese47)

anybody know if the 94-00 comptech kit (sway bar and tie bar) fit the EG's?
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The Integra Comptech swaybar does fit the EG's. I have it on my hatch and I love it!!

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what about the tie-bar?
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The tie bar is an integrated part of the whole unit. The whole thing fits great!

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Here you go buddy.......... I definitely felt the difference when I put the whole kit on at first, but I was getting alot of understeer so i threw some jdm itr's on front and damn I love the way my car handles now
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bad ***!! thanks guys!
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nice nice setup...gotta grab me the comptech too...looks way to dope...got the SSR lca after ready
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