More pics of my civic *updated pics 6/14

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looking good justin!

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looks awesome lowered... what kind of sticker is that above the right taillight???

what kind of suspension setup???

nice work :thumbs up:
 

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sticker = phillipines flag.
suspension = some springs i bought off of a guy i work with
 


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yeah, the altezzas happened by chance, i busted my stock ones and altezzas were hella cheap, this is before i knew anything about modding and what not and when they were just coming out. i actually like the dual exhaust, itll be cooler once a get a new bumper. yah, i hella want rims, but im gonna wait till i have a place to park my car indoors, i dont live in the most friendly neighborhoods
 

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Originally posted by "DLS TekNiQue"

it would be a phat ride without the altezzas and dual exhaust (in my opinion they are hella RICE)
and some nice rims
 

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so all you did was change the springs? cuz i plan to lower my car by about 1-1.5 inches...but i want to ask u...did u just put on the new springs, or did u get new shocks too?
 

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stock shocks will last for a while if u just change the springs. that's all i did was keep my stock shocks. but i recommend getting aftermarket ones if u r not hurting for $.
 

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really...i didnt know that...does company really matter...i mean the elbaich ones are like $230 for my car, while "goldline" are only $100...cuz i really want to drop my car...i would take your advice...cuz u guys know ur stuff...but i am strapped for cash...so no new shocks now
 

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Originally posted by "deval"

really...i didnt know that...does company really matter...i mean the elbaich ones are like $230 for my car, while "goldline" are only $100...cuz i really want to drop my car...i would take your advice...cuz u guys know ur stuff...but i am strapped for cash...so no new shocks now
Are you planning on getting eibach pro-kits? If so, eibach says you don't have to purchase new shocks since they are designed to work with them. You also won't need a camber kit. I had them before and they rode almost like stock springs. Also $230 is a little expensive :thumbdown:
 

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well...is 1.5in street legal? cuz right now everything on my car is street legal...and i want to keep it that way...but coilovers arent bad...but i want to keep stock shocks for now...so im lookin for just springs
 

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yeh i have seen the eibach pro-kit for 200 and cheaper. for that price, and not having to upgrade shocks, those r a good choice. if u want adjustable springs, ground controls r real nice.
 

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u can keep your stock shocks on with adjustables, just make sure u dont really slam it all the way down. if 1.5 is all u want, u can have it with adj-coilovers too. if u were planning on buying adjustables eventually, it would save u the hassle of having to get another different set of springs in the future if u went ahead and bought adjustables now. :twocents:
 

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ok...hmmm...you guys got me thinking now...i really dont want a huge drop, cuz over here in NJ...the potholes are HUGE...one of my friends had one of his rims crack in 1/2 on him... :shock: .....so im thinkin that 1.5 isnt too bad...

so if i go with a regular set of springs, those should work good right? i dont want to spend $200...cuz installation is gonna kill me too...so thats why im askin...

any good aftermarket brands that wont kill my pocket?
 




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