!! civic si lowering help !!

civexspeedy

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so now im thinking 1 inch is not enough but i dont want 2 inches, i am not completely familiar with hondas but what is a good spring that will lower 1.3 inches to 1.6 and can still be used on the stock shock, also i want around the same ride as stock
 


#45
i found a spring i like a neuspeed sport spring 1.5 front 1 inch rear, so now my question is i do not know much about neuspeed does anyone have a opinion on them
 
#46
I think Springs settle. So, you may get a lower drop than advertised. I recommend getting H&R Sport Springs for your needs if you don't want a too aggressive of a drop but want to trim the fender gap a bit. They're the black springs and lower 1.5 - 1.8” on average according to their official website.

http://www.hrsprings.com/products/springs/

They cost $229 shipped from here: http://www.robearracing.com/cat-civic-96-00-springs.cfm

$225 shipped from eBay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/H-R-SPORT-S...:1999|Model:Civic&vxp=mtr&hash=item3cbbced37b
 
#49
Seems I forgot about everyone sorry about that...I've had the h&r sports on for about a month now rides great nice stance will post a few pics a lil later on for those still around

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#50
I put D2 springs on 2.5 Fr 2.25 Rr looks nice still want lower save your money and buy one peice dont learn the hard way its not fun
 
#51
I put D2 springs on 2.5 Fr 2.25 Rr looks nice still want lower save your money and buy one peice dont learn the hard way its not fun
Couldn't agree mord research is key...that's why I decided againt tein and love my h&r springs...for my setup coils weren't a neccesity but are unmatched

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