2016 2017 Civic Sedan Eibach Springs Available Soon!

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Both Eibach Pro-Kit and Sportline springs will be available to ship in about 1 week! This initial release is designed to fit the 2016 and 2017 sedan 1.5T models, but will probably also work on the 2.0L non-turbo LX and EX models, although the ride height may be slightly different.

These springs will slightly lower your new Civic in addition to providing better handling characteristics. The Sportline springs are more aggressive than the Pro-Kit.

For more information and to purchase, follow the links below.

Pro-Kit Springs: http://www.procivic.com/pages-produ...347/index.html

Sportline Springs: http://www.procivic.com/pages-produ...355/index.html


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Both Eibach Pro-Kit and Sportline springs will be available to ship in about 1 week! This initial release is designed to fit the 2016 and 2017 sedan 1.5T models, but will probably also work on the 2.0L non-turbo LX and EX models, although the ride height may be slightly different.

These springs will slightly lower your new Civic in addition to providing better handling characteristics. The Sportline springs are more aggressive than the Pro-Kit.

For more information and to purchase, follow the links below.

Pro-Kit Springs: https://www.procivic.com/pages-produ...347/index.html

Sportline Springs: https://www.procivic.com/pages-produ...355/index.html


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Hatchback?
 

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Both Eibach Pro-Kit and Sportline springs will be available to ship in about 1 week! This initial release is designed to fit the 2016 and 2017 sedan 1.5T models, but will probably also work on the 2.0L non-turbo LX and EX models, although the ride height may be slightly different.

These springs will slightly lower your new Civic in addition to providing better handling characteristics. The Sportline springs are more aggressive than the Pro-Kit.

For more information and to purchase, follow the links below.

Pro-Kit Springs: https://www.procivic.com/pages-produ...347/index.html

Sportline Springs: https://www.procivic.com/pages-produ...355/index.html


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Will this fit 2017 civic hatchback?
 
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I'm guessing the springs will fit the hatchback, but before Eibach advertises that, I'm sure they'll want to actually test fit them on a 2017 hatch model. So, for the time being, I can't officially say they will work.
 

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I'm guessing the springs will fit the hatchback, but before Eibach advertises that, I'm sure they'll want to actually test fit them on a 2017 hatch model. So, for the time being, I can't officially say they will work.

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Yes it will fit the 2017 Hatchback LX from what Eibach is saying, since that uses the 1.5T motor.
mine is a lx sedan 2.0 it fit
 
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2016 sedan here
Is it necessary to get aftermarket shocks for the pro kit springs? i know its only a mild drop and i was wondering if it would work out fine with the stock shocks as its not super aggressive like the sportline. thanks
 
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Is it necessary to get aftermarket shocks for the pro kit springs? i know its only a mild drop and i was wondering if it would work out fine with the stock shocks as its not super aggressive like the sportline. thanks
For the Pro-Kit, no aftermarket shocks are needed. It's a very mild drop. Even with the Sportline, I would say the factory shocks would hold up fine.
 

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For the Pro-Kit, no aftermarket shocks are needed. It's a very mild drop. Even with the Sportline, I would say the factory shocks would hold up how is the wheel gap
 
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The wheel gap is much improved over stock. I *THINK* Eibach's picture of the white Civic is with the Pro-Kit, but I'm not 100% on that.
so if i order it will fit cause 2017 civic lx 2.o let me knoe if they will fit thx
 
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