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Hey SRLNCLT,

From what I've heard and researched for myself is that most likely there will be no dramatic change. I had one guy tell me that it is pretty close to 1" drop, but then another guy tell me no change at all. I think that they will give you a drop but nothing more than 3/4". This only because they are a different factory spring and specified for the Si.

Hope this answers your Q?..:D
 

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Don't quote me on this, but I think it may be a little higher in the front due to the heavier engine in the si???? I really don't know for sure though.
The si's stock aren't any lower than any other civic.
 

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Si springs are 26% stiffer in front, and 34% stiffer in the rear, or maybe it was vice versa, but anyway this information is from Sport Compact Car when the Si came out in 99. Also, the Si shocks are stiffer along with the increased springs rates. With those springs, your handling will definately improve, especially if you went with the Si shocks as well.
 
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