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

  1. turboxd

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    Any update?
     
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    Yes, cut the bump stops... Otherwise your suspension will be rendered useless and yo uwill be bouncing on Foam instead of your suspension on crappy roads...
     
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    Wanted to circle around - Have roughing 15k on my springs now - they did settle a bit and I absolutely love the look:) New rims this weekend as well if all goes well:) Eibachs and Stock rims/tires with the 20mm spacers, car is dirty but you get the point:)

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    I've heard no update, still waiting.
     
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    I just called today. They said they're expecting it to be up sometime in early October and will announce it via their social media platforms! Front drop of 1.3 and rear or 1.5 I think around 230-260 msrp
     
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    Which side markers are those?
     
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    What did you do to your side markers? Doesn't look like lights? Looks great!
     
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    Bad news... just got this response from them:

    "Yeah still testing out our prototype springs. No solid time on when these will be available…maybe January. "
     
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    Pro's or Sport line? 18" niche wheels.

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    If it’s eibach you’re inclined on getting I suggest the sport...prokit was not enough of a spectacular difference imo. Currently on d2 coilovers.
     
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    I've seen where people have posted that coilovers give a rough drive. Is that the case with your set up?
     
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