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Old 20 Jan 2008, 09:31 pm
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Default 2007 Honda Civic Si Coupe Suspension?

Hi,I have a 2007 Civic Si Coupe (Figi Blue Pearl) and am looking to lower it just a bit to give it an even more aggressive stance.I like to keep everything as OEM as possible when it comes to my cars (no crazy fast and furious stuff). However, lowering the Si is omething I really want to do.What is the best way to go about this. I've looked into Lowering Springs (Eibach, TEIN) and was wondering if spring alone will do the trick? Or do I need coil-overs, etc. I'm not looking to go crazy low with the car just .75-1" inch drop will suit me fine.Thanks for your help!
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Old 20 Jan 2008, 09:46 pm
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Going with the spring kit will work but the ride will be harsher than it is now.
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Old 20 Jan 2008, 10:01 pm
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Your best bet is the get the Honda Factory Performance lowering kit.You can purchase this from your dealer, or online ( http://www.hondapartsdeals.com/produ...ry-performance )It will run you a little more than Eibach springs, but it wont void your warranty, it wont diminish ride quality very much, and can be installed by the dealer, so it would make this modification fall under warranty as well.If you decide just to go with springs, get the Eibach lowering, as it lowers the car the least amount.Coilovers are best for racing applications and when you want to adjust ride height often. They can run up to $1300 installed. The HFP Sport Suspension are coilovers btw, and for their quality, the price is awesome! But it all comes down to what you want to spend. If your sole intent is to lower, go with the springs.*EDIT* I just noticed you said you have FBP, lucky. I wanted Fiji but couldnt find one. So I got Nighthawk Black Pearl. Fiji is the best color on the new Civics though.
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