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

  1. Moab23

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    It is a bit rough/stiff but I wanted it that way due to my exhaust. If it gives too much the exhaust is the the first to scarpe. #thanksAlotGreedy
     
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    I just got my Eibach Pro-Kit with two front-left springs. Aren't the front springs supposed to be different?
     
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    How much of the bump stop we have to cut? mine did not came with the instruction for some reason and installed them with the bump stops not cut.
     
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    Debating between switching my touring 17" OEM rims (Stored for Winter) for 18"x8.5 40mm offset on 235/40/18 rubber for spring as I think 18" is the ideal size for civic, was looking to invest no more $1600.00CDN for a new setup. Now thinking it might be better to get the pro-kit for my touring sedan with the front and rear sway bar along with the rear camber kit installed, might be slightly less than the wheels and tires and although the stock rubber is probably not the best for cornering, braking and acceleration I might have to make due until I can find the extra scratch to do the other mod. Any opinions on which would be the better way to go?
     
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    This is the Eibach Prokit right?
     
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    Yes it is.
     
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    I just checked the Eibach site and didn't see the sportlines yet specific for the Si. Where did you find them?
     
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    I apologize but I misread it on procivic.com. It said all except SI. I do see quite a few people running sportlines on their SI's. I wonder if they're just running the non SI versions.
     
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    oh gotcha! Ya a lot of people are running the non-si version. Eibach I believe said they are testing the Si now and should be releasing them like mid February but I don't know for sure.
     
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    Yeah Eibach needs to get off their ass and release the Sportline for the Si wonder if @360glitch might know anything on a release date for February:hmm::coffee:
     
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    I gave up. Maybe sometime in 2019. :rolleyes:
     
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    Damn, I got all excited thinking it was released already... I’ll just keep patiently waiting :headbang:
     
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    Hey everyone
    I would like to buy eibach pro kit lowering springs
    I got the wheel spacers on my coupe si 20mm front 25 rear
    And I have worried about the rubbing
    Can someone advice me? Thanks
     
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    I have 18x8.5 +25mm with pro kit, and I do rubbed in the front side maker where the crew is located. with 20mm spacer install your front wheels gonna be offset +30mm? It definitely rub when you hit bump/dip even with 15mm spacer.
     
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    Yeah I got 20 front 25 mm rear
    So the offset is 30 front and 25 rear right?
    I was thinking when I will put pro kit springs I can move 20mm spacer to the back and front I can run without but I think it will look stupid
    What you think ?
    And also you rubbing much? or just a little bit probably you don't have any pic hmm
    Thanks for the responding
     
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