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I'm planning to buy the Eibach prokit for my 2000 Civic coupe, but the thing is I heard that the Prokits made for Civics are pretty soft...which is not that great for handeling. Anyways, because of this, I'm thinking about buying the Prokits made for Integras because they are stiffer and have a much higher spring rate. I've heard of people doing this before because they want their prokits to be more stiff on the Civics but do you guys recomend that i do it? I already have the KYB AGXs in my room, and i just need the springgs but I'm not sure which one to buy. Any help will do. thanks alot.
 

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H&R sport springs:) screw eibach!
 

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they don't have a H&R spring that lowers 1.4 inches...Theirs lowers the car by liek 1.75 in the front and 1.5 in the back, it's too low for me because i'm too cheap to use a camber kit.
 

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GenXcopz said:
they don't have a H&R spring that lowers 1.4 inches...Theirs lowers the car by liek 1.75 in the front and 1.5 in the back, it's too low for me because i'm too cheap to use a camber kit.
you will NOT need a camber kit for a sport drop.
 

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still....a 1.75 is a bit too low for me, the people who did construction around my block are a bunch of retards....on all of our houses the curb is about twice as high as the normal height...everytime i drive into my driveway, it feels like i'm going over a huge speed bump...it's pretty bad...but i still want to lower my car, but 1.4 is about as low as i will go....so which prokits should i use for my civic? the civic ones or integra?
 
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