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There are a lot of ways you can upgrade, modify and personalize your Honda CR-Z, but few make as big a difference to your every day enjoyment and comfort when it comes to driving it as improving your suspension. Suspension upgrades allow you to improve both performance and ride, meaning you can take your CR-Z from the fantastic car it already is, to a whole new level. If you want these great benefits without paying too much, CARiD is the place to shop. We have a whole range of fantastic Honda CR-Z suspension systems, shock absorbers and other gear that can help you get the ride you want, and at unbeatable budget friendly prices we are sure you'll be delighted with.

Honda CR-Z owners across the nation trust CARiD to bring the best products and accessories for their car right to their door, and we also give our customers unrivaled customer service. All of this means that if you are serious about upgrading your Honda's suspension with terrific gear from top brands like Competition Engineering, Daystar, Hellwig, Hotchkis, Rancho, Eibach, Truxx and Energy Suspension you are making the right choice when you order at CARiD. We stock products like Honda CR-Z lowering kits and alignment camber kits for your year of CR-Z, so take a look at what we have on sale and our great deals to choose yours today!

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      Honda CR-Z 2011, Airtech Front and Rear Air Suspension System by KSport®. Front Upper Mount: OEM Reuse. Rear Upper Mount: OEM Reuse. KSport offers air suspension kits ranging from no frills with manual paddle controls up through...
      All air suspension kits include 4 air springs with height adjustability and 36 levels of damping adjustmentBasic kit features 1 Viair 380C air compressor, while Deluxe and above kits feature 2 Viair 380C air compressors
      $2,755.00 - $5,225.00
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      # 17806612
      Honda CR-Z 2011, Excel-G™ Shock and Strut by KYB®. Quantity: 1 per Pack. Restore your vehicle's original performance for normal driving conditions with the Excel-G twin-tube gas hydraulic shocks and struts that offer additional...
      Designed to restore original handling and controlCalibrated to compensate for age and miles driven
      $49.05 - $69.05
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      # 118991131
      Honda CR-Z 2013, R-Series™ Front Lower Control Arm by MOOG®. 1 per Pack. Replace your worn or damaged bushings with stronger and longer-lasting bushings from MOOG that effectively absorb substantial loads and are less prone to...
      Restore handling and enable proper alignmentReduce noise
      $155.28
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      # 98957094
      Honda CR-Z 2011, Front Lower Control Arm and Ball Joint Assembly by Mevotech®. Quantity: 1 per Vehicle. Premier Line Warranty. The primary function of a control arm is to provide the connection point between the body of the vehicle...
      Eliminates uneven steering, squeaking noise, and excessive tire wearAllocates vehicle body weight to the tire for vehicle stability and alignment
      $196.64
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      # 159946411
      Honda CR-Z 2011, Control Arm and Ball Joint Assembly by Beck Arnley®. For one hundred years, Beck/Arnley has been providing premium OE quality parts for vehicles. Beginning with motorcycle parts in 1914 and transitioning to import...
      OE quality products from top original equipmentTop quality materials
      $129.33
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      # 85047265
      Gas-Magnum™ RV Shock Absorber by Monroe®. Quantity: 1 per Pack. With Metal Dust Shield. Without Extended Bumper Stop. Without Extended Hydraulic Lockout. Lower Mounting Code: Loop Bushing Mount - 0.625" Bushing ID x 1.313"...
      Twin-Tube internal designResists bushing walkout for longer service life
      $27.05 - $28.37
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      # 109990578
      Gas-Magnum™ 65 Driver or Passenger Side Shock Absorber by Monroe®. Quantity: 1 per Pack. With Dust Shield. Without Extended Bumper Stop. Without Extended Hydraulic Lockout. Upper Mounting Code: Loop Bushing and- Sleeve Mount -...
      Twin-Tube internal design"Self-lubricating" fluid seal designed to retain gas without excessive wear or friction
      $69.07 - $71.24
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      # 150247593
      , RS5000™ Shock Absorber by Rancho®. 1 Per Pack. Includes: Dust Shield, Protective Boot. Piston Diameter: 1-3/8". Reserve Tube Diameter: 2.18". Not Compressed not Extended Bumper Stop. Twin-Tube Design. Limited Lifetime Warranty...
      Twin-Tube internal designTen-stage velocity sensitive valving: Provides tuning specific for each vehicle
      $50.99
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      # 150247597
      , RS5000X™ Shock Absorber by Rancho®. 1 Per Pack. The core of this new and innovative shock from Rancho® is the unique and patented rebound valving system and an advanced compression phase of the shock absorber. This proprietary...
      Twin-Tube internal designProgressive Engagement Valving
      $50.99
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      # 150247601
      , RS9000XL™ Shock Absorber by Rancho®. Finish: Liquid Metallic. 1 Per Pack. Includes: Dust Shield. Piston Rod Diameter: 0.71". Body Diameter: 2.75". Reserve Tube Diameter: 2.75". Not Compressed not Extended Bumper Stop. Nitrogen...
      Triple-Tube internal designLarge, tri-tube body: Increased fluid capacity to operate cooler
      $110.99
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      # 109990586
      Universal Gas-Magnum™ Steering Stabilizer by Monroe®. Quantity: 1 per Pack. Without Dust Shield. Without Extended Bumper Stop. Without Extended Hydraulic Lockout. Lower Mounting Code: Special Mount. Upper Mounting Code: Special...
      Offers superior comfort and extra control when operating conditions get more demandingStops vibration before it gets to the driver
      $28.15 - $29.03
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      # 78109381
      Universal Front or Rear Sway Bar Bushings by Energy Suspension®. Inner Diameter: 1.43". These are sets of replacement polyurethane bushings designed to exceed factory OEM levels of vibration dampening and support at the points...
      Set of replacement polyurethane sway bar bushings (designed for front or rear applications) that meet or exceed OEM levels of vibration dampening refinementChoose the Front or Rear set that includes reinforced, zinc-coated outer steel mounting sleeves, or individual bushings-only sets
      $17.68 - $19.25
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      # 135447898
      Excel-G™ Rear Shock Absorber by KYB®. Restore your vehicle's original performance for normal driving conditions with this twin-tube gas hydraulic shock that offers additional damping force to compensate for things like age and...
      Designed to restore original handling and controlCalibrated to compensate for age and miles driven
      $38.81 - $45.33
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      # 159350694
      Universal Rear Lifted Blocks by Skyjacker®. Quantity: 2 per Pack. Material: Ductile Iron. These lift block kits from Skyjacker are an affordable way to add some lift to your truck.
      Level Your Daily DriverGain Serious Ground Clearance
      $47.46 - $79.59
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      # 135693060
      Universal Dust Boot by KSport®. Quantity: 1 per Pack. Do you need replacement parts for any of your Ksport Coilovers? Sometimes you loose something, or need a backup part or two at the track. Here are a few popular replacement parts.
      Great priceGreat quality
      $19.00




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    Great Tubes
    Fit great and are heavy duty.
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