Lowering my civic

Discussion in 'Wheels / Tires / Brakes / Suspension (All Gens)' started by CivicEk-ITC-804, Oct 11, 2011.



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  1. CivicEk-ITC-804

    CivicEk-ITC-804 New Member

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    EM1Nate EM1N8's 99 Si

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    Yea thats what they are.. adjustable coilover springs. I have something similar on my EM1. I think they allow you to drop as low as 4 inches. I had to raise mine back up b/c I lost my front lip due to tire pieces on the interstate.I love the slammed look but its not ethical for a DD.
     
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    CivicEk-ITC-804 New Member

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    haha what else would i need? like a control arm or anything else so my wheels wont be out
     
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    This. And depending how low you go possibly a camber kit.
     
  7. CivicEk-ITC-804

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    should i get like 2" all around?
     
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