Neuspeed sports are really good. They drop about 1.5" maybe a little more after settling. They usually run 150-160 for a set. Suspension Techniques also are really good but they drop about 2" and they go for about 120. hope that helps.
Every single eibach lowering i have seen has looked perfect. Especially the pro-kits. i haven't heard of anyone complaining about their prokit being too low, many of them say it isn't enough and then they go after the sportline kit or ground control kit. I love my sportlines. about 1.8 inch drop maybe 2 and it's just a little stiffer feeling than stock, but boy does it handle well.I have found that eibach pro kits on preludes do not lower 1.4 inches...they lower more like 1.8 inches...everyone who has them looks like they are slammed....I think eibach is a poor manufacturer of springs....they tend to sag way way below what they claim.
the owner of redline autosport told me that he's not sure how longs its going to last but he said he can keep the deal on as long as he gets enough buyers. there like 9 right now, 1 more and were set.94honda said:How long will that group buy last??
well if you have newer stock shocks...you should be fine for a couple years.CivicDude2000 said:Wow, that's a damn good deal! I'm seriously thinking about getting those. Will I have to get aftermarket shocks too if I get the neuspeed sports or will my stock shocks be okay?