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Old 8th September 2016
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Hello All,

I'm currently running a shocker set up behind the grill of my '12 honda accord. I'm going to be picking up a K3HA hopefully today and will try to get it to fit in the same location as the shocker set up was. I hope to start a build thread as it get's closer to actually doing the work. Looking forward to learning more from this site and it's members as the time goes on.
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Welcome to the forum from a SoCal native that just got a '13 Accord EX-L. It has all the bells and whistles but no horns or navigation system.
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Old 11th September 2016
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Well, I can say a shocker system can fit behind the grill!! I hope I can shoe horn in the K3HA... Santa Ana huh? I'm up in Apple Valley.
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Good luck with that. I doubt you'll get a K3 into the front of the Honda - even on single mounts. They need a lot of space. You might need to stick them into the trunk or under the back somewhere. Check out the posts from user "repeatman" ; he's one the seasoned horn addicts on the forum here and has a K3 in his Accord I think.
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It's Honduhh ....

https://www.trainhornforums.com/member.php?u=780

She's the one with a Honda Civic hatchback with a K3 in it.






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Old 13th September 2016
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Thanks for all the info guys!! I really do appreciate it!

I haven't had any time to pull the car apart yet but I'm not giving up hope. I'm really hopefull to get it squeezed in there. I really want it in my daily driver but if worse comes to worse it'll get installed into my truck.
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Old 15th September 2016
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Hey what's going on. I'm from the Bay Area. I'm saving up for a k3 to put on my mustang.
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well, you could always Put the K3's On remote Mounting Brackets Like I did behind the rear bumper, Stick a T Fitting on and have both shockers and K3's Food For thought!









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Hello, I'm from India..

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