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I’ll have to get a measurement when I get it out of the car, type r is 20.5mm and I believe 10th gen non si’s were 16.5 but I’ll have to confirm
👍🏻 Yeah, makes sense.
and….🤷🏻‍♂️….prob costs way less than a progress 22mm, and the 1.5mm loss vs the CTR bar will be too minimal to notice.
 
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👍🏻 Yeah, makes sense.
and….🤷🏻‍♂️….prob costs way less than a progress 22mm, and the 1.5mm loss vs the CTR bar will be too minimal to notice.
From oem part sites the type R bar went up a lot, it’s like 200 now. It’s probably better to get an Si bar or second hand type r bar.
 

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From oem part sites the type R bar went up a lot, it’s like 200 now. It’s probably better to get an Si bar or second hand type r bar.
Im kind of a loyalist myself. I’ll wait to get the Progress 22mm. Used them on multiple cars in the past. 👍🏻 Never once failed me on quality.
 
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Im kind of a loyalist myself. I’ll wait to get the Progress 22mm. Used them on multiple cars in the past. 👍🏻 Never once failed me on quality.
I think it’ll be a better buy. I only got the type r cause someone local was selling it for 100 bucks even
 

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I run a 22mm Progress RSB from my 10th gen Accord on my Sport Touring. Bolted right up.
 

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That’s awesome! How does the ride feel now with the RSB?
Definitely handles better. Car is very planted. I run Eibach Sportlines on my ST but our drops are similar so you’d get the same experience.

I ran H&R on my Accord too. Good springs.
 
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With just the springs the car felt way better, I’ll have to see how it feels on some twisties when the hardware comes in for the swap. I like H&R’s and they never did me dirty when I had them on my mustang
 

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Just installed the 22mm RSB no problem. It has definitely been a big improvement.
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Quick picture before work. Ordered the new 27won RMM today so will install that and CTR RSB together :thumbsup:

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