Finally, proper lowering springs specific to Si Coupe & Sedan - by Eibach

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After doing lots of my own research to figure out which spring I was going to choose.....looks like Eibach has just released a set specific to the Civic Si Coupe (or Sedan). There is a difference between Si and non-Si coupes.

Civic Si Coupe or Sedan:
  • Front and Rear
  • Ride Height: Moderate Lowering
  • Manufacturer Part #: E10-40-036-02-22
  • Note: Avg. low 0.9"F & 1.1"R

Non-Si Coupe, Sedan or Hatchback:
  • Front and Rear
  • Ride Height: Moderate Lowering
  • Manufacturer Part #: E10-40-036-01-22
  • Note: Avg. low 1.4"F & 1.2"R
NOTE: This information is from Tire Rack where I have placed an order for the Eibach Pro kit.



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After doing lots of my own research to figure out which spring I was going to choose.....looks like Eibach has just released a set specific to the Civiv Si Coupe. There is a difference between Si and non-Si coupes.

Civic Si Coupe:
  • Front and Rear
  • Ride Height: Moderate Lowering
  • Manufacturer Part #: E10-40-036-02-22
  • Note: Avg. low 0.9"F & 1.1"R
Non-Si Coupe:
  • Front and Rear
  • Ride Height: Moderate Lowering
  • Manufacturer Part #: E10-40-036-01-22
  • Note: Avg. low 1.4"F & 1.2"R
Sedan: Hatchback: Coupe:
Hmmm I wonder if these are the proline springs?
Also my concern is the back sitting lower than the front, giving the car a reversed rake appearance.
 

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Do it! Take pics and measurements! Thanks!
 

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So does that mean you're going to order them and tell us how it feels/looks etc? :) That sounds like a great drop.

After doing lots of my own research to figure out which spring I was going to choose.....looks like Eibach has just released a set specific to the Civiv Si Coupe. There is a difference between Si and non-Si coupes.

Civic Si Coupe:
  • Front and Rear
  • Ride Height: Moderate Lowering
  • Manufacturer Part #: E10-40-036-02-22
  • Note: Avg. low 0.9"F & 1.1"R
Non-Si Coupe:
  • Front and Rear
  • Ride Height: Moderate Lowering
  • Manufacturer Part #: E10-40-036-01-22
  • Note: Avg. low 1.4"F & 1.2"R
Sedan: Hatchback: Coupe:
 

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Hope they're ok with the stock dampeners. I may look into these springs for a .9 and 1.1 drop. Is is the prokit or sportlines? Sportlines are usually a bigger drop.
Excited to see it!
Already ordered....available 11/03.
 

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They are the same part number for Si Coupe or Si Sedan.
Thanks. Your original post was a little oddly formatted. But you cleared it up in your follow up post.

You should change OP to:

Civic Si Coupe / Si Sedan
&
NON-SI
 

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Hmmm I wonder if these are the proline springs?
Also my concern is the back sitting lower than the front, giving the car a reversed rake appearance.
Most lowering springs lower the rear more because of all the weight in the front of the vehicle. It will be level.
 

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Most lowering springs lower the rear more because of all the weight in the front of the vehicle. It will be level.
I hope so, Ive had eibach sportines on previous cars (1997 Integra, 2005 Civic Si) and the back always sat lower. It could have been fender illusion but it wasnt a good look.

I think the springs the OP is referring to is probably the prokit due to the conservative drop.
 

                           

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