1. Guest, see the CivicX Forum Rules and User Agreement before posting.  After reading click here to dismiss this notice →
    Dismiss Notice

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

Discussion in 'Civic Si Forum (10th Gen)' started by DoingOK, Oct 27, 2017.




  1. DoingOK Senior Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Sep 28, 2017
    Posts:
    132
    Featured Threads:
    1
    Thanked:
    234
    Location:
    Smithfield
    First Name:
    Rich
    Car(s):
    2017 Civic Si Coupe
    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.
     
    Last edited: Nov 7, 2017
  2. AsianGuy98

    AsianGuy98 Senior Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Apr 20, 2017
    Posts:
    696
    Thanked:
    359
    Location:
    Illinois
    Car(s):
    2017 Civic Si Sedan
    No Si Sedan love?
     
  3. OP

    DoingOK Senior Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Sep 28, 2017
    Posts:
    132
    Featured Threads:
    1
    Thanked:
    234
    Location:
    Smithfield
    First Name:
    Rich
    Car(s):
    2017 Civic Si Coupe
    They are the same part number for Si Coupe or Si Sedan.
     
    Steadyhands thanked this.
  4. jeremiah

    jeremiah Senior Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Oct 16, 2017
    Posts:
    127
    Thanked:
    67
    Location:
    Northern California
    First Name:
    Jeremiah
    Car(s):
    2017 Honda Civic Si coupe, 1999 Lexus Gs300
    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.
     
  5. J3T

    J3T Senior Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Oct 16, 2017
    Posts:
    51
    Thanked:
    15
    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Swfl
    First Name:
    Jet
    Car(s):
    2017 Si
    Do it! Take pics and measurements! Thanks!
     
  6. elusiveaura Senior Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Aug 15, 2016
    Posts:
    884
    Featured Threads:
    1
    Thanked:
    781
    Occupation:
    IT
    Location:
    Tennessee
    Car(s):
    18' Civic Type R CW , 18' Accord 1.5 Touring. 17 SI Sold
    Garage Profiles:
    1
    So does that mean you're going to order them and tell us how it feels/looks etc? :) That sounds like a great drop.

     
  7. OP

    DoingOK Senior Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Sep 28, 2017
    Posts:
    132
    Featured Threads:
    1
    Thanked:
    234
    Location:
    Smithfield
    First Name:
    Rich
    Car(s):
    2017 Civic Si Coupe
    Already ordered....available 11/03.
     
    elusiveaura thanked this.
  8. elusiveaura Senior Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Aug 15, 2016
    Posts:
    884
    Featured Threads:
    1
    Thanked:
    781
    Occupation:
    IT
    Location:
    Tennessee
    Car(s):
    18' Civic Type R CW , 18' Accord 1.5 Touring. 17 SI Sold
    Garage Profiles:
    1
    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!
     
  9. AsianGuy98

    AsianGuy98 Senior Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Apr 20, 2017
    Posts:
    696
    Thanked:
    359
    Location:
    Illinois
    Car(s):
    2017 Civic Si Sedan
    Your posts specifically says Coupe.
     
    Last edited: Oct 27, 2017
  10. OP

    DoingOK Senior Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Sep 28, 2017
    Posts:
    132
    Featured Threads:
    1
    Thanked:
    234
    Location:
    Smithfield
    First Name:
    Rich
    Car(s):
    2017 Civic Si Coupe
    "You" are correct AsianGuy98. I was interested in the Coupe only.....but I went ahead and looked up the information for you. Just because I'm cool like that. ;)
     
  11. tehSteve

    tehSteve GrayBeard McGootch

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Sep 3, 2017
    Posts:
    534
    Thanked:
    328
    Occupation:
    #SiClubNJ Chapter
    Location:
    New Jersey
    First Name:
    Steve
    Car(s):
    2011 BMW 335xi, 2017 Si Coupe, 2010 EvoX GSR, 2005 BMW z4 3.0i
    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
     
  12. AsianGuy98

    AsianGuy98 Senior Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Apr 20, 2017
    Posts:
    696
    Thanked:
    359
    Location:
    Illinois
    Car(s):
    2017 Civic Si Sedan
    Nowhere on Eibachs site does it say anything about the Si's.
     
  13. RamrodSi Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Aug 3, 2017
    Posts:
    30
    Thanked:
    16
    Location:
    Johnson City, TN
    First Name:
    Josh
    Car(s):
    2017 Honda Civic Si coupe
    Most lowering springs lower the rear more because of all the weight in the front of the vehicle. It will be level.
     
  14. jeremiah

    jeremiah Senior Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Oct 16, 2017
    Posts:
    127
    Thanked:
    67
    Location:
    Northern California
    First Name:
    Jeremiah
    Car(s):
    2017 Honda Civic Si coupe, 1999 Lexus Gs300
    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.
     
  15. OP

    DoingOK Senior Member

    Rank:
    Joined:
    Sep 28, 2017
    Posts:
    132
    Featured Threads:
    1
    Thanked:
    234
    Location:
    Smithfield
    First Name:
    Rich
    Car(s):
    2017 Civic Si Coupe
    AsianGuy98 thanked this.
Loading...

Share This Page